Music for the young generation
Music Therapy with Dr. Chandrakant Sardeshmukh
CLUSTER EXTENSION PROGRAMS GROUP REVIEW FORM (1)
Name of Course: MUSIC THERAPY – Dr Chandrakant Sardeshmukh
Date: 10 th March 2005
Venue: Mercedes College, 540 Fullarton Rd Springfield. SA 5034
Names of schools participating
- Blackfriars Priory School
- Cabra Dominican College
- Mercedes College
- Mount Carmel College
- Our Lady of the Sacred Heart
- Siena College
- St Michael's College
- St Aloysius College
- Thomas More College
What was the course about?
- Music can effect how you think and feel.
- Indian music (sitar) can relax your body and mind.
- Music can be used for health and healing.
- We experienced different feelings and then had a discussion.
- People can come together and make other people happy.
- Music vibrating throughout your whole body. It relieved my stress and certainly helped me through my healing process of my back injury.
- Releasing tension.
- Mind and body alignment
- Releasing what's going on in your body.
- Tuning into your self. It made me feel great.
- Feeling the energy so it can relieve stress and make you feel light as a feather.
- Music vibrates through our body and blood and helps us to relax and feel happy and better about ourselves.
- The importance of a balanced life.
- It was about someone else's culture.
- Music is a science.
What did you learn from attending?
- By doing this my body became more peaceful.
- Music makes you feel different things. The sitar makes you feel refreshed, light and different to anything else – a great experience.
- The different ways that music can soothe the body and help release stress. How it can help by making different parts of the body vibrate and release blocks.
- An opportunity to experience and reconnect and allow my body just “to be”. A chance to listen and respond.
- Music is very soothing. It is a good way to relax after sport or after school.
- Finding more time for myself and relax and reflect more rather than trying to work around a busy life and forgetting to chill out by yourself.
- Relieved stress and tension from my body. (2)
- Food and sleep are important.
- That I had quite a lot of tension in my knees and legs.
- Music is a science and sitars are made from pumpkin wood. Music can alter your mental state and relax the body.
- That my life is very stressful and that I need to set time aside for myself to relax.
- Music is very strong and is very easy to relax your body.
- Music can be used for therapy and relaxing.
- That you have to eat right and look after yourself properly. That music vibrates through your body helping you to relax.
- That different types of music relax different body parts and that it does it to everyone differently.
- The world is stressful and we need to stop and think about ourselves.
- Music vibrates through our body and makes us happy and energetic.
- Vibrations are good for the body and give you energy.
- I think too much to be relaxed by music.
- Particular types of music can make you feel certain ways, vibrations and feelings.
- There are things you can do to release your body of tension to lead to a happier life.
- I learnt to really tune into myself. It made me think about myself.
- How music helps people to relax and keep a calm state. How different types of music do different things. How my body uses music.
- Music can bring great benefits through its vibrations. You have to believe to be able to benefit from it.
- This makes people feel good and I feel good too.
- I found that after listening to the music I felt very relaxed and light. I learnt that by listening to music I can relieve stress and open my mind. I was a very enlightening and interesting session.
- That I need to eat better and that music affects how I think.