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3 Day Continuing Education Workshop with Ruby & Suren Shrestha and Dr. William Heywood
July 15, 2022 - July 17, 2022$810.00
Puja as a Practice for Prosperity with Ruby & Suren Shrestha – Friday, July 15, 2022 • 10:00am – 5:00pm
PTSD, Trauma and the Singing Bowls with Dr. William Heywood – Saturday-Sunday, July 16 – July 17, 2022 • 10:00am – 5:00pm
3-Day Workshop Cost: $810 includes all handouts and catered lunch.
Puja as a Practice is an offering or ritual used for many generations by the people of Nepal and all over the world to invite prosperity, balance and harmony in a variety of situations ranging from home blessings, to weddings, to removing negativity and more! Join Ruby & Suren Shrestha as they offer up a day of experience and knowledge in the practice of this beautiful art.
On Saturday and Sunday, Dr. William Heywood will guide you on a 2 day journey exploring how the Himalayan singing bowls can be used to relieve the stress resulting from PTSD, trauma and more.
Ruby & Suren Shrestha:
Ruby Shrestha is originally from Kathmandu, Nepal. She moved to Boston to pursue international studies in computer science before working in hospital administration. Her love of sound healing and the growth of Atma Buti and Serenity Tibet made it clear that it was time to make a career move. Ruby is all about spreading the sound energy to the world, to let as many people benefit from this deep, beautiful and natural alternative method of healing as possible. The mantras she loves to chant are another aspect of sound healing that is a part of that gift.
Suren Shrestha was born in Nepal, where he learned the ancient healing techniques that use sound and vibration. He is the author of the book How to Heal with Singing Bowls. His love for his wife, Ruby, and their daughter, Sarina, fuels his work. His goal is to spread the healing sound methods of Atma Buti, to build a tribe of sound healers and teachers and share the experience of Divine energy beyond the troubles of modern life.
William Heywood PhD:
William Heywood is a Clinical Professor, former Director of the PhD Program at the Herberger Institute of Design and Arts, and currently Assistant Director of Wellness at the Design School at Arizona State University.
His focus in teaching is development of a pedagogy that allows students to learn emotional intelligence along with the skills of design thinking. He teaches courses on creativity and the popular “Finding Purpose”, a class that focuses on guiding students to connect their professional area with their life purpose.
He is a Clinical Psychologist in private practice and co-founder and president of the consulting firms RIA (Redefining-Innovation-Agency) and Wisdom of the Heart and, which for 25 years has focused on Body-Mind integration in the healing of trauma. Dr. Heywood received his PhD in Clinical Psychology and his training has been in Sound Healing with Himalayan Chakra Singing Bowls, Positive Psychology, Reichian Bodywork, Craniosacral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral, Somatic Psychotherapy, Gestalt and Jungian Depth Psychology. For the past ten years he has integrated sound vibrational healing in treatment of PTSD and stress related disorders.
Recently Dr. Heywood has expanded his work to include various athletes pursuing an elite level of competition. He has lectured at numerous US Rowing National Team selection camps and has worked individually with athletes on the junior, collegiate, elite, and Olympic level. His work has helped these athletes to achieve berths on various All-American and National Teams, and Dr. Heywood has received recognition from Arizona State University for his work with student athletes. Dr. Heywood has worked with the US Junior Women’s National Sculling team in preparations for World Championships.
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