Samonas

Samonas stands for Spectrally Activated Music of Optimal NAtural Structure. The Samonas system is a powerful and sophisticated tool for auditory intervention based on the findings and experience of classic music therapy, neurobiological research and understanding of brain functioning.

 

Samonas combines and represents the knowledge of Nature, Physics of Acoustic Sounds and the development of Psycho-Acoustic Structures relating to all parts of the human organism.

 

Samonas Sound Therapy comes from the "Klangstudio Lambdoma" of Ingo Steinbach. Steinbach's highly original work should be seen in the tradition of the great Alfred Tomatis, but it extends Tomatis' ideas in several important ways.

 

Tomatis and Steinbach agree that music's overtones (high-frequency tones that you may not even notice) can profoundly energize and invigorate our ears, brain and total body. But Steinbach stresses the importance of using enjoyable, euphoric, audiophile quality CD recordings, because he found that the brain is more responsive to pleasant sounds.

 

For more information visit www.samonas.com

Upcoming Events

Preschool Play Group

Children aged 3-5. Class limited to 6.

When: Fridays 8:45-10 for 8 weeks beginning Sept 27, 2019

Instructor: Lara Levine, MOTR/L  For more info go to our Groups page.  Please be sure to register online!

Wired to Learn: Sensory based strategies to help kids grow.

Participants: For teachers, parents, caregivers and other child professionals.

When: October 12th, 9 to 3pm.  

Where: Radisson-Portland  

Cost: $150

Instructors:  Sharron Donnelly & Lara Levine

Sign up at: 360-885-4684

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Listening with the Whole Body

Participants: For therapists who have a background in sensory integration.

When: October 25-26th, 8 to 4:30pm.   

Instructors:  Sharron Donnelly, MS, OTR/L

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Shoulder to Shoulder Conference

A multi-disciplinary conference providing professional training and building stronger partnerships on behalf of children in the child welfare system. 

When: October 28, 2019 

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Free Fall Sensory PDX Classes

The Misunderstood Child: Understanding and Treating Sensory Processing Disorders

When: October 17, 2019 

Instructors:  Sharron Donnelly, MS, OTR/L

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Problem Solving Sensory Strategies for Home + School

When: November 21, 2019

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Parent Support Groups

APT partners with Swindell's Resource Center to provide Sensory Seminars PDX once a month at Providence. For more info go to: oregon.providence.org/news-and-events  to view next event.  Please be sure to register online!

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