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About this webinar
How To Relax Your Mind Through Music
Music is a part of everyday life. It is hard to imagine a life without music. Whether it is a bad day, a motivating one or whether it is raining outside, you need music to feel alive.
Whatever art form or language it is, anything soothing to the ear is beautiful. We need music at all points of life. You name any occasion, we need music to inspire us, to motivate us, to make ourselves stronger, and to pull back ourselves. Music truly acts as an inspiration for people.
Apart from this, music also plays a huge role as therapy. Music is a very good medium of expression without being judged as we all are afraid to do that in front of people because of humiliation. Music has the power to heal souls.It touches a human's soul deeply and has the power to strengthen a human being from inside. We can hear music everywhere we go. It can be the sound of the flowing river, the sound of vehicles, and birds chirping.
In this webinar, we are going to learn how music can be helpful to heal ourselves and for our relaxation? Also, we are going to get an insight into using music for various purposes.
Virendra Verma Violinist
Virendra Verma is a senior disciple of great violinist Sh. Sharat Chandra Srivastava, playing Violin for more than 17 years, currently working as a Senior Faculty in Music Department of Seth Anandram Jaipuria School from the year 2009, performing Violin in India and abroad. He is also the Chairman of Krintan (A world of Music and Dance) since 2013. He had also represented India in the World Economic Forum in Davos (Switzerland) in 2010.
Benefits Of Webinar
The webinar shall focus on the following points:
- Learn about music as a healing element.
- Get to learn simple musical tones that can be used for relaxation.
- This session may drive your inspiration for music.
- Interact with the mentor and clear your doubts regarding music as a relaxation component.
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