Vibrational Sound Healing Training Course

Join us for an experiential study of sound and vibrational healing. Learn to ignite a personal healing experience by becoming a practitioner of this wonderful phenomenon.

Come experience the blissful transformation for yourself and take away the knowledge and healing modalities of singing bowls, gongs, drums, and more.

This Four-Day Intensive Training Will Include:

  • An exploration into sound, vibration, and silence and how they can be used as tools for wellness.
  • A study of various sound tools and how to use them including singing bowls (metal and crystal), gongs, drums, shakers, chimes, and more.
  • Guidance on constructing your own sound practice for either self-care or to facilitate group sessions.
  • Demonstrations on how to integrate additional modalities into your sound practice including breath work, light movement, vocal toning and more.
  • Techniques for creating your sound space, setting the tone of the environment, a step-by-step outline on how to build your own session and tips for concluding the experience with grounding exercises.
  • A review of Edgar Cayce’s teaching on vibration.
  • Daily sound journeys conducted by Christina Grozik.
  • A screening of the documentary, Going Om.
  • A group participation sound journey to conclude the training.


This training is open to all levels from novice to advanced. Whether you are looking to adopt a sound practice for self-care, to integrate sound into an existing modality you employ or to conduct sound journeys for groups. This training will explore an array of approaches and ways to achieve a practice that is unique to you.

Participants may find it beneficial to bring the following:

  • A yoga mat, blanket and/or pillow
  • A bolster or rolled blanket for under the knees
  • An eye pillow or wash cloth to cover eyes
  • A reusable water bottle to stay hydrated
  • A journal or notebook
  • Comfortable clothing is encouraged. Daily sound journeys will be provided which can either be received by laying on the floor or sitting in chairs.
  • Shoes will be removed upon entering the room. Socks are permitted.