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Sharon Carne

Sharon Carne

Calgary, Canada
403-668-4085
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Keynotes, workshops, in-house training, workshops, retreats, webinars, lunch-n-learns
Speaking Topics
Alternative Health, Brain and Body, Healing, Health and Wellness, Holistic Health, Lifestyle, Relaxation/Meditation, Stress, Wellness
Travel Info
from Calgary, AB
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www.soundwellness.com
Target Audience
Professional Associations, Business professionals, Health care professionals, traditional and alternative, educators

We all use music and sound intuitively to change our mood after a tough day. Science has shown not only how deeply we are wired for music and sound, there is also growing evidence in how effective specific choices can be to reduce stress, help us focus and be more productive, strengthen our immune system and so much more.

Sharon is the founder of Sound Wellness, whose programs are at the forefront of education in how sound and music can be easily applied to your everyday life - to reduce stress, help you concentrate, energize you, support your health, bring harmony to your life and so much more. 

Sharon Carne, BMus, M.F.A. is an author, speaker, musician, recording artist and consultant. She has been a faculty member of The Conservatory at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta since 1988. Sharon is the author of Listen from the Inside Out, and has produced and recorded several CDs, solo and with others. In addition to many years of personal research on sound and energy healing, Sharon has received training from sound healing pioneers, Jonathan Goldman and Tom Kenyon. She is a certified Sound Healer, Acutonics® practitioner and Reiki master.

Sharon has spoken for the National Health, Work and Wellness conference, the Integrative Health Institute at Mount Royal University, the Canadian Blood Services, the Holistic Nurses Association, the Calgary Health Region, the Manitoba Health Region, the Mental Health Commission of Canada, the City of Calgary, the Calgary Board of Education Staff Conference, the Northwest Guitar Festival, private corporations, and many others.

Associations:

Workplace Speaker Network

Evolutionary Business Council

Holistic Chamber of Commerce

eWomen Network

Sound Healers Association

Alberta Registered Music Teachers' Association

Mount Royal University Branch Teachers' Association

Chamber of Commerce

Keynote and seminar topics:

Topic 1. Ancient Healing Meets Modern Science

Music and sound are a physical experiences. The human body is hard wired to respond to sound. Scientific studies have shown that the right kinds of sound and music (for you) are major stress busters! They can also improve focus and concentration, connect and synchronize hemispheres of the brain enhancing creativity, boost the immune system, lower blood pressure, speed and enhance learning and memory, decrease pain, and effortlessly create the relaxation response in the body.

This is a hands-on session. Focusing on three different elements of Sound Healing/Sound Therapy, attendees will experience a variety of ways sound and music can:

• create a relaxed body and focused mind

• reduce stress

• enhance creativity for a meeting

• boost the immune system and connect with the inner healer

•induce sleep

Once achieved, these result in reduced absenteeism, presenteeism, and employee turnover.

Attendees will learn

• how deeply the human being is wired for sound

• some of the science behind how sound affects us

• several simple stress reduction and focus techniques using sound they can apply right away in everyday life

Topic 2. Sound@Work

Numerous studies on productivity in the workplace have found that a noisy workplace can result in up to a 60% loss in productivity. In addition, noise contributes to absenteeism, presenteeism, mistakes and irritability. In this session, participants will compare the sounds of different work environments with several sound and music solutions and discover ways of creating a work environment conducive to productivity, creativity and harmony.

Neuroscience has shown that individuals respond very subjectively to sound and music. Many of us use music to change our mood. It is not yet common knowledge that music creates specific physiological responses in the body and mind. Certain kinds of music can improve focus and concentration, connect and synchronize hemispheres of the brain enhancing creativity, boost the immune system, and effortlessly create the relaxation response in the body.

Participants will

• experience how sound creates physiological response in the body and mind.

• experience different work sound environments.

• experience several sound and music solutions that have been shown to enhance productivity.

• evaluate the effectiveness of the solutions through their own experience and through discussion in small groups.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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