KIN Sound Therapy Certification

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The First Evidence-Based Sound program rooted in music theory psychology which utilizes the Voice, the Drums, and Crystal Singing Bowls for clinical sound interventions.

 ST1 - Crystal Sound Resonance // Module 1

By the end of this module participants will be able to:

  • 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
  • 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

ST2 - Multidimensional Voice // Module 2

By the end of this module participants will be able to:

  • 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

ST3 - Percussion Rhythm and Timing // Module 3

By the end of this module participants will be able to:

  • 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


Interested in becoming a teacher of KIN SOUND THERAPY?

See the requirements to be SOUND THERAPY EDUCATOR CERTIFIED: