Research / Projects around complementary Sound Methods. Sound as a Source of Energy.
We are very pleased to announce the third international ONLINE Sound Symposium on research/projects around complementary sound methods.
We look forward to welcoming you!
No prior experience is required. If you have a singing bowls at home, we would love to invite you to participate in our interactive sound exercises at the end of our program.
With the presented you may enrich your personal as well as work sound practice.
ORGANISATION AND ENROLMENT
Time Sund, 20 November 2022, 11.30 AM – 3.00 PM, CET (Berlin) / 6.30 – 10.00 PM, AWST (Perth)
Place Online via Zoom
Prerequisite none, everybody is welcome
Price Euro 59,00 – Enrolment here.
AUD 88,00 – Enrolment here.
Or enrolment and questions by e-mail to:
Christine Heckel (EN, DE, ES) Ute Colemann (EN, DE)
Lecture: Self-Effective – Potentials of the complementary methods
Health is a gift. Health cannot be taken for granted.
We can all be self-effective in order to protect our health.
The pandemic gets to the heart of the issue. Health is fragile and balances between risk factors and resources.
Instead of being passively dependent only on medication and vaccines, we can all actively strengthen our immune system.
We can become self-effective, with mindfulness, meditation, sound, and relaxation.
Thereby we snap out of passivity, the victim role, and become creators of our life and our health again.
In a memorable and “interactive” way, this lecture demonstrates the potential of complementary methods and of each individual.
After studying mathematics, computer science and business administration, she worked as a teacher and headmaster. She has been offering seminars and workshops in the psychosocial field across Germany since 2010 at her “Zentrum für Prävention und Psychosoziale Weiterbildung” (“Centre for Prevention and Psychosocial Further Education”).
The focus is on further training to strengthen health and life skills based on salutogenesis. She has been a board member of the “Berufsverband der Präventologen e.V.” (“Professional Association of Preventologists”) since 2012, and a board member of the “Dachverband Freie Gesundheitsberufe FG“ (“Umbrella Association of Independent Health Professions”) since 2013. She is a lecturer at several state-recognized universities, where she teaches Salutogenesis, health literacy, health promotion and prevention. In addition, she advises day-care centres and schools on various aspects of health. Under the title: “SoS-Schule ohne Stress®” (“SoS School without Stress”) she has published a parenting guidebook.
In her private life, she volunteers as an emergency pastoress.
Dorothee Remmler-Bellen: https://www.praeventologe.de/
Lecture: Research/Projects Around The Peter Hess® Sound Methods
This lecture will present basic research and projects around the Peter Hess® sound methods. These include a pilot study on the effect of regular sound massage on stress processing and body image as well as studies on the effect of regular sound exercises with singing bowls. Furthermore, various bachelor theses are presented.
At the same time, the insight into the various studies presents the diverse application possibilities of the sound methods and singing bowls.
was a senior teacher of German and philosophy and worked for a long time as a secondary school teacher and in publishing. He is an authorised trainer in Peter Hess® sound massage and the Peter Hess® sound methods as well as a research assistant at the PHI. There he is the contact person for the areas of press and public relations, the course of studies „Bachelor of Science Complementary Methods/Sound Resonance Method“ as well as development and research. He is also a board member of the European Association of Sound Massage Therapy.