feeltone Monochord in-person and Online Training
Why we offer Trainings:
Our hands-on workshops will give you the opportunity to play, experience, and learn more about the Feeltone Monochords including the Monolini or Monolina Body Therapy Monochords and the larger Concert and Meditation Monochord. While these instruments are completely intuitive and require no prior musical knowledge or ability to play, specific techniques are offered in this training that will deeply improve your ability to play the instruments with beauty, ease, and a variety of colors, as well as to evoke the elements of nature and to hold a deeply meditative space when playing for others. All of these techniques can be used for sound massage, group meditation sessions, to accompany singing and voice work, or to enhance any kind of hands-on healing work from acupuncture to massage therapy.
*You can get 18 CMTE credits if you submit the training curriculum ask your trainer for more information.
Ongoing workshops:Level I - The Secrets of the Monochord
In this course you will:
• learn Monochord playing techniques: How to create a "flying sound carpet" rich with overtones, and how to bring out the different overtones to accent your playing.
• be given the opportunity to open your ear to the harmonic spectrum, be shown how to differentiate between different sound qualities, and understand the difference between tuning options for the Monochord strings.
• experience how playing a Monochord can open a new space for you: allowing you to relax, rejuvenate, and nourishing yourself.
If you cannot attend an in-person training we also offer online trainings with Joule L'Adara, MFA who is a certified feeltone monochord trainer, professional sound healing facilitor and the founder of Sounding Circles. LLC. Joule teaches a one-day virtual retreat and also offers one-on-one lessons for the monochord.
If you would like to learn more please email us with your questions and interest and we will get you in touch with practitioners from your field that are including the monochord in their work.
Interested? email: firstname.lastname@example.org