All I can say is what an amazing experience and fantastic job you all did putting the virtual ESM together!
It is an interesting experience to learn in virtual. We had a lot of opportunities to learn and practice the technique of identifying the resonant tone. I also gained new knowledge on the application of therapeutic harp music in palliative care and transition. I look forward to attending the new module 3 to further develop my skills in the future.
Thank you so much for the wonderful support for the last module.
I really appreciate your support during the module.
Thank you especially for the considerations for us non-native English speakers.
The transcript helped me a lot when I wanted to review the classes.
I liked the teamwork you presented during the presentation by Christina, as she did speaking, and AU team did slides, etc.
The experience in ESM was very interesting to me.
I realized intentions actually transmit via zoom during the ESM sessions.
I wonder how the experience would be if I could attend the actual ESM in future.
The module study was intensive for us. Thank you for being so calm, composed and patient throughout, holding such a lovely space for us!
Attending the IHTP study has been such a wonderful experience! We all come in at different levels & harp experience, but we are encouraged to delve into the world of improvisation and flourish in our own unique ways. Most importantly for me, the IHTP learning is a journey into finding my creative expression and connecting in with my soul. My deepest gratitude to Christina, IHTP mentors and teachers who make this journey happen! With love & blessings.
On the way back to my time zone I sort through my many notes and documents, pause again and let the images of the last two weekends pass by. The various creative exercises have inspired me to develop my own ideas, the many inputs on resonant tone, improvising and working with humans as well as with animals were lively designed and have enriched my life. The application of what we have learned will only find its confirmation in practice which will enrich us with new insights. That is what I want to work towards.
Thank you all for allowing me to participate! I really appreciated the virtual setting in that loving environment, supporting each other on its unique way.
Thank you so much such a great meeting.
We Japanese have enjoyed and felt deep friendship , thank you.
And special thanks for you that your harp therapy for animals, I’m really really interested in that ! I want to go your area and play with you, someday.
So, I’m looking forward to seeing you all soon.
I appreciate Christina and all the IHTP AU staff for finding the first time ever way of teaching ESM online because I wanted to learn this so much. It was really a precious opportunity for us, students, during this difficult time due to the Covid-19 worldwide pandemic, during this situation for us not being able to travel and meet others.
Our experience might differ from the in-person training, but I still found I could feel and catch a lot from my various partners in our Zoom break-out rooms and match them. So it became an exciting practice for me every time. And it was my joy to meet people from all over the world, too! For me, for example, especially the double resonant training was eye-opening and was so interesting.
I could learn the ESM overview, and it was understandable for me very well at my present level. So I think now it's my next journey to practice them by myself further and explore more in detail. I found a lot to explore on these various ESM topics and want to experience them more accurately. These were indeed the topics I wanted to know deeply. So I feel I was surely given the direction and overview during this online ESM.
I hope to join the non-virtual ESM someday when this pandemic settles. Maybe I can feel something more powerful? But I felt this online opportunity also gave me the sense of remotely doing something, and I love that, too. Yes, we want to do whatever we can!
That's it. Thank you for all.
Thanks for everything. I appreciate the tremendous amount of work this first-time project entailed. It was, in my mind, a real success.
I got a lot out of the training. I thought for me it was more comfortable in many ways because I didn't have to rave, adjust to a time change or any of the other environmental factors when away from home trying to work through an intense program. I am glad to be a part of the IHTP family.
Thank you so much for your dedication and work to putting this event together.