Music4Therapy

  Using Melody to Create Harmony

Shruyate iti Shruti


From the time a foetus begins to grow, parents are delighted to hear their child’s heart beat every time they visit the doctor. Imaging shows a mass of tissue but  sound is what keeps the dream alive.

No wonder that in Classical Indian Traditions, Shruyate iti Shruti, states that a shruti isn’t only the smallest audible sound, but it is the accurately audible sound in relationship to another sound. 

When “sound” is such an integral and important part of life, can Music which is organised sound combined in such a way to create a beauty of form, harmony or expression of emotion, be far behind.

One of the most encompassing definitions of Music Therapy, is by the Australian Music Therapy Association, which states that,


“Music therapy is a research-based practice and profession in which music is used to actively support people as they strive to improve their health, functioning and wellbeing”

It is the endeavour of this program to enable practitioners  to be able to impact their clients lives by either Receptive, Active or Participative (R.A.P.) Techniques of Music Therapy.

Curriculum for 3 Day Workshop 

-  How sound affects us
-  The Yoga of sound                                                                        
-  The 5 key principles of Empathy, Equality, Opportunity, Trust, Respect
-  Emotional Intelligence in Music Therapy                                 
- The Psychology of Healing                                                           
- Dance & Movement Therapy                                                      
- The  Musical Playground                                                             
- Music Therapy – The Classical Model, The Neo Model, The Quantum Model
- Raga Therapy
- Community Music – Focus Groups, Activities, Song Writing, Story Telling

So, if you are passionate about Music and making a difference to peoples lives and even if you don’t have a background in Music, we invite you to participate in this program. For as Miles Davis, the famous Jazz Musician advised, “Play what you hear, not what you know”