Creative Harp Workshops
Do You Want To Experience Something New?
Creative harp workshops are perfect for adults and seniors. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to play the harp or are simply curious about this ancient musical (some would say – magical) instrument, then you’re in for a treat. Our unique workshops are designed to be creative, fun, and inclusive based around music activities that bring our community together. All workshops are delivered in a safe and positive environment reflecting the different needs of the group and individuals.
Monthly harp workshops focus on playing the harp for Health and Wellness
We Are Unique Because We Use Harps
Learn to play the harp for comfort, healing and relaxation. No prior music training necessary. Learn the basics and play on your very own harp. The Color My World© Series offers beautiful melodies for the harp beginner. This program is specifically designed for support groups, community groups, health-care facilities and teen programs while at the same time it can augment the Rainbow of Sound® program for schools and adult/senior groups.
Complete Experience – Everything is Included!
We start with a little Harp History
We are inclusive – ALL are welcome
This workshop is perfect for your mental health de-stress from the daily grind and relax to the soothing sounds and vibrations you create on your rainbow harp.
How does The Harp Aid In The Healing Process?
For many centuries the beneficial relationship between music and healing has been well established and there is plenty of documentation to prove the benefits. Music played on the harp is know for and has many healing qualities:
• Resonance from the strings
• Range of pitch and tonal Colour
• Relationship between sound and recipient
• Historically the harp had been a symbol of relief and comfort
”Frequency plus intention – equals healing.” Why? Because we are rhythm, vibration with aliveness. (our molecules, our atoms, our quantum particles)
Recreational music making and Harping For Wellness Workshops are designed to encourage participants to engage with music by developing the basic skills needed individually and as a group to make music together.
Space is limited
We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.