KIN SOUND THERAPY
EDUCATOR II

In this module, you will achieve the following: 
* Outline the History and Mechanics of Sound healing  
* Recognize Vedic vs Tibetan Systems of Sound Healing 
* Define The 5 Principles of Sound Healing 
* Distinguish Types of Vibration 
* Associate the effects of Sound on the Brain and Nervous System in Clinical Settings 
* Experience Sensory Processing (auditory and vestibular balance) 
* Produce Sensory Modulation (harmonics and the visceral nervous system) 
* Use the Chromo Nyasa Sound Technique for energetic balance and sensitivity 
* Apply the Circle of Fifths to Sound Healing 
* Analyze harmonic and dissonant pairings for optimal use 
* Discover Crystal Bowls Technology (Hz Frequencies) 
* Apply Playing and Tuning your Bowls 
* Assess individual client or group needs 
* Create and Design best practice solutions for sound healing sessions
By the end of the module, you will: 
* Develop, Find and Apply The Power of the Voice 
* Distinguish the Use of the Voice in Indigenous Traditional Medicine 
* Understand Medical Evidence of Applied Vocal Use 
* Develop Breath and Oral Motor Facilitation 
* Recognize Voice, Ear, Brain Mechanics 
* Apply Vocal Techniques for Somatic Releasing 
* Facilitate Simple Body and Vocal Warmups 
* Create Vocal Vibrato 
* Produce The Four Voices 
* Find Vocal Range 
* Understand the use of Psychoacoustic Notes in Non Verbal Expression 
* Facilitate Vocal Expression in a one on one and group setting 
* Develop the Sounds of Natural Emotions 
* Facilitate the Recognition of the Tangible and Intangible Voice

Module 1: Crystal Sound Resonance
(Repeat)

Module 2: Multidimensional Voice
(Repeat)

Module 4: Healing the Ancestral Line
Module 5: Genetic Trauma Recoding
Module 7: Relationships & Boundaries
Module 6: Conscious Communication
Module 8: Death and Transformation
Module 9: Trauma Informed Delivery
TEACHERS ASSISTANT HOURS - 28.5
By the end of this module, you will: 
Outline the History and Mechanics of the Drum and other Percussion Instruments 
* Distinguish Drums from Across the Globe 
* Recognize the role of Drums in Traditional Indigenous Medicine 
* Understand the role of Percussion/Rhythm on Brain Dynamics and Perception 
* Apply Drumming for Entrainment and Neuroplasticity 
* Develop Rhythm Fundamentals and Applications 
* Produce Universal Drumming Patterns For Therapeutic Intervention 
* Develop Gross Motor Control & Fine Motor Skills through Physical Rhythm and Timing 
* Analyze and Apply various Drumming Techniques 
* Facilitate Call and Response Exercises 
* Create and Design Personal Percussion Set 
* Learn Drum Circle Praxis 
* Facilitate Best Practices for Individual and Group Drumming
By the end of this module, you will:
* Examine the influence of epigenetics and generational trauma on the expression of DNA code, utilizing sound journeys and guided meditations to delve into the hidden dimensions of ancestral relationships, both past and future. 
* Analyze and recognize individual and collective cycles and patterns that contribute to intergenerational trauma, employing trauma recovery strategies to break these patterns and facilitate personal and ancestral healing. 
* Establish a secure and supportive environment that encourages open sharing of stories, enabling participants to identify common wounds and retrieve shared healing practices. 
* Cultivate a profound sense of self-connection and belonging within a broader ancestral lineage, integrating evidence-based techniques to enhance this connection and promote personal growth. 
* Pay homage to the legacy of ancestors, whether their identities are known or unknown, by engaging in story-sharing exercises and co-creating meaningful ancestral celebrations that promote healing and understanding. 
* Acquire practical techniques rooted in scientific research to identify ancestral patterning, enabling you to discern recurring themes, behaviors, and beliefs within your lineage that contribute to intergenerational trauma. 
* Explore evidence-based approaches to foster ancestral communication, including methods such as meditation, journaling, and ritual practices, that can facilitate a deeper understanding and connection with your ancestors. 
* Utilize evidence-based tools and exercises to navigate and heal from ancestral wounds, promoting personal growth, resilience, and transformation within the context of generational trauma.
By the end of this module, you will: 
* Understand the concept of genomic imprinting and its role in gene expression, including how epigenetic changes influence genetic functioning and can contribute to intergenerational trauma. 
* Explore the theory of intergenerational trauma and its implications for inherited genetic changes, recognizing how trauma experiences can be transmitted across generations through epigenetic modifications. 
* Learn the principles and techniques of Genetic Trauma Recoding, a sound frequency-based modality that induces theta brain state and facilitates access to altered states of consciousness for perceiving the client's genetic inheritance through their electromagnetic field. 
* Develop and enhance extrasensory perception abilities, including retrocognition, precognition, and proprioception, to access the Akashic Sound dimension and receive genetic trauma information during the healing process. 
* Gain an understanding of the role of the subconscious mind in storing emotions, events, archetypes, and defense mechanisms that contribute to epigenetic changes, and how these factors can be recalled and addressed through the Genetic Trauma Recoding methodology. 
* Acquire skills in assisting clients in recalling genetic trauma experiences and connecting them to current physiological, emotional, or mental issues, both conscious and unconscious, through conveying perceived information of their genetic experiences. 
* Learn and apply verbal, written, and somatic releasing techniques to support clients in integrating and recoding their genetic inheritance, facilitating healing and transformation. 
* Cultivate ethical practices and maintain appropriate boundaries as a practitioner of Genetic Trauma Recoding, ensuring the well-being and safety of clients throughout the healing process.
By the end of this module you will: 
* Understand the mechanics of communication, including the elements and process of sending and receiving messages 
* Develop conscious intention and attention in giving and receiving messages 
* Learn to perceive others' emotions and express emotions effectively in communication 
* Develop active listening skills for improved communication* Understand and practice verbal and nonverbal communication techniques 
* Learn strategies for managing conflicts and power dynamics in communication 
* Analyze the communication climate and its impact on relationships, including cultural differences 
* Understand and develop positive self-talk for improved self-esteem and communication* Explore interpersonal relationship dynamics and develop skills for effective communication in relationships
By the end of this module you will: 
* Understand the relationship science and its impact on our first relationships 
* Learn about the need to belong and the attachment behavioral system 
* Analyze romantic relationships and explore strategies for choosing a compatible mate 
* Understand the relationship between relationships and health, including mortalityIdentify physical and physiological boundaries in relationships 
* Explore the concept of the inner child and age regression in relationships 
* Develop skills for giving and receiving in relationshipsLearn about the characteristics of healthy boundaries and how to establish them 
* Understand the dynamics of triangulation and co-dependence in relationships 
* Analyze the basic dynamics and core issues in relationships for improved communication and understanding.
By the end of this module you will: 
* Understand the concept of attachment and loss, including the psychological and emotional impact of losing someone or something we are attached to 
* Learn about the stages of grief and the grieving process 
* Identify common myths about loss and explore strategies for coping with loss 
* Analyze the physical and relational effects of loss, including how it affects our behavior and relationships 
* Understand the importance of choosing to recover and transform in the aftermath of loss 
* Create a loss history graph and complete loss to gain a deeper understanding of the grieving process 
* Create a relationship graph and identify recovery components to move forward in healthy ways 
* Learn to identify pain and undelivered communication in order to release negative emotions and promote healing 
* Practice the 9-point Tibetan death meditation as a tool for processing grief and accepting the impermanence of life.
By the end of this module you will: 
* Understand the definition of trauma and the principles of trauma-informed care 
* Learn how to recognize trauma in oneself and others 
* Understand the impact of trauma on the brain, stress responses, and the nervous system, including recognizing triggers 
* Analyze the core concepts of trauma-informed care, including safety, trust, collaboration, empowerment, and choice 
* Develop grounding techniques for safety in the body and reducing symptoms of trauma 
* Learn strategies for empowerment, including asking questions, encouraging agency, and the power of choice 
* Understand the delivery and application of trauma-informed care, including effective communication and the use of intuitive information 
* Explore the concept of secondary trauma and compassion fatigue, including how to mitigate their impact through self-care strategies.
* Assisting the sound therapy teacher during Crystal Bowls, Voice Healing, and Drum Healing modules by providing support and aid to ensure smooth operation of the sessions. 
* Setting up and preparing the necessary equipment and instruments for each sound therapy module, including crystal bowls, microphones, drums, and other required tools. 
* Assisting in creating a conducive and comfortable environment for participants, ensuring proper seating arrangements and maintaining a peaceful atmosphere. 
* Collaborating with the teacher to demonstrate proper techniques and practices of using crystal bowls, voice healing, and drum healing for therapeutic purposes. 
* Providing individual attention and guidance to participants during practical exercises, helping them to develop their skills and deepen their understanding of sound therapy. 
* Assisting with administrative tasks such as organizing course materials, taking attendance, and managing participant records. 
* Supporting the teacher in facilitating group discussions and Q&A sessions, addressing participant queries, and fostering a positive learning environment. 
* Participating in sound therapy demonstrations and practice sessions, both as a teacher's assistant and as a participant, to enhance personal understanding and experience. 
* Assisting in evaluating and assessing participant progress, providing feedback, and documenting observations for the teacher's review. 
* Assisting in the cleanup and maintenance of the sound therapy space, ensuring proper storage and handling of instruments and equipment after each module.
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