We are so honoured to be collaborating with Akiko Igarashi, distinguished teacher of healing, for two beautiful workshops to help you master the art & science of sound healing.
(A) Introduction to Ancient Tibetan Singing Bowls
In this workshop you will explore the history of this ancient healing art, the effects of sound healing and gain a firsthand experience of the benefits.
Learn to play the singing bowls, feel their beautiful vibration, and understand the therapeutic use of sound for pain management as well as space/energy cleansing in this essential workshop.
How will you benefit
- Learn how to use ancient healing tools such as Tibetan Singing Bowl and Tingsha correctly to maximise its usage
- Enhance your ability to discern the harmonics created by Tibetan Singing Bowls. This helps you to select the perfect bowl for yourself
- Learn how best to maintain the healing tools if you own one
What's included in this course:
- How to use the rimming stick and gong stick correctly
- How to listen to the bowls
- History and understanding of energy and sound healing
- How to treat a bowl (maintenance)
- How to select the best bowl for yourself
(B) Specialised Singing Bowl Workshop - Using Tibetan Singing Bowls in Yoga & Meditation Class (For Yoga Teachers and Meditation Practitioners)
If you wish to gain unique skills, and master simple yet powerful practices to bring sound into your own life, this is the workshop for you. Learn to incorporate sound into your daily practice, internally and externally, and use singing bowls as a personal healing tool. In addition, understand how to harness the power of sound to facilitate yoga & meditation classes for your students.
This specialised workshop not only focuses on tingsha bells and tibetan singing bowls, but also gives you a very solid background in yogic practices, like Nada Yoga, which is the flow of sound yoga in ancient traditions.
In this specialised workshop, you will learn how to
- Deepen relaxation during the savasana
- Help release tension of body and mind
- Balance energy fields
- Facilitate Meditation
- Understand a quicker way to get into the meditative state
- Ground & center in order to hold space for others
Students must first attend 'Introduction to Singing Bowls' Workshop
Please bring your Singing Bowl and Tingsha (Tibetan bell) if you already own one. If not, spare ones will be provided.
Schedule & Investment
(A) Introduction to Ancient Tibetan Singing Bowls : $210
4th Nov, Sunday 12-2.30pm. BOOK HERE
(B) Specialised Singing Bowl Workshop - Using Tibetan Singing Bowls in Yoga & Meditation Class : $265
4 Nov, Sunday. 3-6pm. BOOK HERE
Location: 230A River Valley Road (2nd floor)
Nearest MRT : Fort Canning
Parking is available at the open air carpark along Mohd Sultan Road or at UE Square
Akiko Igarashi is a distinguished teacher of healing. She is a Reiki Instructor, a Qigong practitioner, a Yoga teacher, and a Tibetan Singing Bowl Master. Above all else, Akiko is a dedicated student of life.
The practice of inner stillness and focus began at a young age with Akiko. Born in Hokkaido, Japan, she was raised in the Eastern tradition of mindful living and the knowing of the interconnectedness of all beings in our existence. Akiko has walked the pilgrimage route of Camino de Santiago Compostela three times, volunteered in orphanages, and studied healing with teachers in far-off places of Nepal, India and Japan.
Through her own journeys, Akiko embodies the understanding that to heal others we must heal ourselves. This healing of the self comes from a willingness to see, feel and listen to the messages within. And from that point of bliss, greater joy is experienced by giving, and receiving in return. This is the gift Akiko wishes to share with the world through the Shima Healing Institute and its associated projects.