To study the energy body through experience and theory.
To cultivate the practice of non-judgement of self and others.
To cultivate the practice of loving kindness.
To develop an awareness of trauma informed practice.
To develop a personal meditation practice with voice and Himalayan singing bowls.
To gain competence in offering sound healing through voice and Himalayan singing bowls in one to one sessions.
To gain competence in offering a group relaxation session using voice and Himalayan singing bowls.
18-month course beginning November 2023. Next course dates TBA for 2024.
One weekend in-person gathering per season with one online meet up in between.
Small group (maximum 8).
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested.
About the Tara Centre
The Tara Centre is a grassroots social enterprise with a mission to improve the health and wellbeing of people facing disadvantage in our community. We offer support to people living with emotional trauma, chronic stress and anxiety, as well as offering wellbeing sessions in the community as an intervention. Our client group is diverse and we have worked hard to build connections with local groups and organisations, and serve asylum seekers, refugees, carers, pensioners, people on benefits or sanctioned, those off work due to disability or illness, in recovery from drug and alcohol misuse, with cancer, anxiety or other chronic health issue, or living in poverty.
BA in Law and Psychology (Keele University)
MPhil in Criminology (Cambridge University)
PhD in Health Research (Lancaster University)
Practitioner Certificates in Sound Healing (College of Sound Healing) and Emotional Freedom Techniques (AAMET now EFTi)
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Tara Centre, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 1TH, United Kingdom