Bright autumn colours still abound, and temperatures haven’t dipped yet, but every day we’re inching towards the long cold winter. For many, the thought of darker days, and the threat of prolonged isolation, is a major source of anxiety and stress. It’s time to figure out how we can best cope with the inevitable. 

Comfort and community looks different for everyone, but for those seeking support, this 6-week ‘Processing Covid Together’ workshop, hosted by Sound Response Wellness, looks like a cozy way to get grounded.

Taking place on Tuesday evenings, this course will involve weekly sound therapy sessions, as well as providing participants a safe and nourishing space to share concerns, and discuss big feelings around COVID-19. 

Here’s what you can expect to learn / experience:
  • Gain a better understanding about how to manage stress, anger, grief, loneliness, self-compassion and self-care.
  • Build emotional resilience for dealing with the pandemic with practical tools to help you cope.
  • Enjoy a specially curated live sound bath experience to settle the central nervous system during each session.
  • Receive original recordings of therapeutic soundscapes to listen to whenever you’d like. 

Sound Response Wellness clients have included Rotman School of Management, Scarborough Health Network, Sheridan College, LOFT Community Services and Unison Health & Community Services.

We all need community to thrive, and this looks like a really positive space to join that will also introduce people to the fascinating world of sound therapy. Course kicks off on October 20th—get more info here