Comings & Goings: Therapeutic Musician Training

Studies show the beneficial effect of live music to reduce anxiety and ease pain. This month, the nonprofit Music for Healing & Transition Program is initiating a certification program for musicians who would like to create a healing environment for people who are giving birth, prematurely born, dying or recovering form illness or surgery. Students will learn to serve the ill and dying with live therapeutic music at bedside. Serious amateur and professional musicians, vocal or instrumental, are encouraged to apply.

Course schedules, descriptions, and application materials are available at www.mhtp.org. Or contact the local area coordinator, Kristen Iversen, CMP, 385-414-5500 or peacemusicnet@gmail.com.

 

More January 2016 Comings & Goings:

Beltex Meats opening

SL Chiropractic welcomes Angie Binkerd

Vive Juicery expands

Sunny Strasburg moves

Waldorf school opening, August 2016

Local home brew shop expands

State-of-the-art Public Safety Building

Sensory deprivation tanks—the latest cure-all?

Sonita: Afghani rapper in Utah

Utah company, Healthy Hemp Pets, makes CBD-rich dog biscuits

Study with CATALYST Magazine garden writer James Loomis

Sweet Adelines local chapter open house