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Sound Therapy Teacher Training


``The soul always knows what to do to heal itself. The challenge is to silence the mind.`` - Carolyn Myss

Therapeutic sound is now being studied throughout the West for its unique ability to make the listener feel better overall. As it grows in popularity, so do the number of scientific studies proving its efficacy. ONEYOGAHOUSE has hosted Sound Meditations since we opened our Brooklyn doors, as we believe in integrating the nuances of pranayama, sound (also known as nāda yoga), and meditation to bring fresh perspectives and richness to this growing community.

Join us for our first ever in-studio Sound Therapy + Meditation Training at ONEYOGAHOUSE. OYH Founder and teacher Anna Haddad, along with sound practitioners Brittany Simone Anderson, Mattan Sharvit, Jessica Caplan, and Florencia Fridman have created a 5-weekend, in-person training (with online supplementary lessons and study guides). This training is for those who are seeking to infuse pranayama, vocalization, and sound meditation into their teachings and self practice, as well as for those who are aspiring to work alongside sound therapists with a depth and exploration that standard classes cannot provide.

This training will take you to the next level of coming home to yourself and creating a transformative yoga practice and experience that will last a lifetime towards self healing and growth.

Investment: $1,600

$1,450 (Early Bird - through Feb 28th)

$1,100 BIPOC Partial Scholarship

Course Schedule
Saturday, April 1 12pm - 6pm
Sunday, April 2 1pm - 6pm
Saturday, April 15 12pm - 6pm
Sunday, April 16 1pm - 6pm
Saturday, April 22 12pm - 6pm
Sunday, April 23 1pm - 6pm
Saturday, April 29 12pm - 6pm
Sunday, April 30 1pm - 6pm
Sunday, May 7: Final Exams 1pm - 6pm

What You Will Learn

All participants will receive a more detailed syllabus along with the reading material and study guide when registered. Below is what students can expect to learn during Sound Therapy Teacher Training.

  • Categories of sound experiences and complementary therapies
  • Arc of the class – How to sequence a sound experience
  • Science behind sound in practice
  • Studies around sound : Why we work with sound
  • Sound on the body: therapeutic applications + somatics
  • Sound on the nervous system; psycho-somatic effects
  • Trauma informed + DEI work across the sound landscape
  • Cymatics: Study of visible sound + vibration
  • “Sonic Embodiment:” Vocal toning + exploring vocal resonance in the body
  • Working with the voice + how to pair voice with instruments
  • Sound as a mixed medium (Eastern, Western, Indigenous evolutions of sound)
  • Practice playing + sequencing instruments: bowls, wing, sansula, forks, ocean drum, monolina, gong, chimes, chakapa, shruti, rattles and shakers
  • Practice teaching alongside your guides in public Sound Journeys at ONEYOGAHOUSE
  • Lead a Sound Therapy + Meditation Workshop at ONEYOGAHOUSE

Self Study + Recordings

The Sound Therapy Teacher Training will consist of virtual and in-person experiences designed to further your sound therapy practice and deepen your understanding of therapeutic principles. Below are the current requirements for an individual student.

  • Access virtual lectures. (10 hours)
  • Observe and/or participate in 2 Friday evening sound experiences at OYH (4 hours)
  • Complete the self-study curriculum (15 hours)
  • Cultivate and maintain a regular personal practice (15 hours)
  • Lead and participate in weekly practice sessions (4 hours)
  • Lead a sound therapy + meditation session at OYH within three months of graduation (2 hours)

Asked Questions

Is this in person or virtual?

This is a hybrid offering. We meet in-person every Saturday and Sunday April 1st- May 7th. Additionally, you will have access to pre-recorded virtual lectures to complete during the week.

What if I have to miss an in-person day of training?

We prefer that you don’t miss any days, as time has been strategically planned out. However, life happens. If you think you are going to miss a day, please let us know as soon as possible, and we will do our best to accommodate your absence, but we will not be able to make up more than 2 sessions.

Will I receive a Sound Therapy certification?

Yes, you will receive a certificate of completion from ONEYOGAHOUSE. As of now, there is no governing body equal to Yoga Alliance for therapeutic sound; however, our program is facilitated by leaders in the field of sound and yoga therapy and is a well-rounded course.

What does a typical week of sound training look like?

Our students are invited to attend sound therapy and meditations every Friday evening, followed by 2 full days of class on Saturdays and Sundays. Throughout the week, you are encouraged to practice asana and/or meditation regularly, meet with your sound partner, and watch a pre-recorded lecture and complete the reviews.

Do I need to have instruments before I start the training? Where can I purchase instruments?

Us! We will sell instruments at OYH, but if you’re looking for something we don’t carry, we’re happy to direct you to one of our trusted sellers.

Is there any pre-reading for the training I need to do ahead of time?

Yes, the reading is included in your syllabus and manual once you register.

Do I need to be a certified yoga teacher?

Nope. While being a yoga teacher may put you at an advantage, this training is open to everyone with a passion for sound.

Will I have the opportunity to be part of the OYH Sound team?

Yes! This begins with you assisting in classes and can evolve as you grow more confident leading this sacred space.

Will there be 1:1 time with Sound practitioners?

Yes, this can be scheduled. Just let us know who you’d like to work with.

Is there a payment plan?

We can arrange this. Please email us ( for more information.

Is there a BIPOC scholarship? How do I access it?

Yes, partial scholarships are available. Please email with your need and we’ll be happy to talk to you more.


Brittany Simone Anderson is a wellness educator and C-IAYT yoga therapist with a specialty in cancer care, PTSD, and race-based traumatic stress (RBTS). Brittany uses therapeutic sound, meditation, therapeutic yoga, and expansive breath techniques to alleviate symptoms associated with disrupted psychological or physiological states.

She is a DEI educator and program manager at Prema Yoga Institute and co-host of The Werk Podcast; a safe space to support the decolonization of health, wellness, and spiritual spaces. Brittany believes that well-being is our birth right, and as such, it is our responsibility to take an active role in our own wellness. Brittany is a Lululemon Legacy Ambassador, dog mom, and world traveler.

Your Teacher: Mattan Sharvit

Mattan’s journey to lead sound has not been a conventional one. Unlike his yoga teaching, Mattan started to lead and hold space from a peculiar coincidence, from a sore place that was soon replaced with joy. He found himself naturally leading sound ceremonies, playing with the heart, feeling with each vibration.

His journey is reminiscent of the stories of his dear teachers, Colleen, Rodney, Sharon, and others who found their way to yoga by accident: one day, they found themselves in front of their class, and they knew – they were going to be yoga teachers. Mattan’s mission is to support the unraveling of the secrets of the Universe through vibration, frequency, and energy.

Your Teacher: Jessica Caplan

Jessica Caplan is a Hudson Valley-based sound therapist and vocal embodiment coach, known for her voice-infused sound experiences and gentle, open-hearted approach to embodying the authentic voice (Sonic Embodiment). Jessica leads immersive workshops, retreats, and trainings in the art of voice and sound, as well as one-on-one sound mentorships, voice programs, and her signature group voice program for women RECLAIM, which she created in 2021.

A graduate of the Open Center’s Sound and Music Institute and Grammy award-nominated artist Silvia Nakkach’s Yoga of the Voice certificate, Jessica has guided over 150 students in sound immersions she co-founded and led at Maha Rose in Brooklyn and in the Hudson Valley (Sound School), and Pure Yoga in NYC (Sound Yoga Therapy for Prema Yoga Therapeutics). She’s a regular guest teacher for yoga and sound trainings, among them Sage Academy of Sound, Brooklyn Healing Arts, and Abby Paloma’s Restorative Yoga TT’s at Yoga Vida and Sky Ting Yoga in NYC. Her work has been covered in the New York Times, the Observer, Vogue, and on CBS news. She is a Reiki practitioner, long time yogini, and draws inspiration from her studies and practices of classical Indian music, Native traditions, and nature.


Florencia Fridman is a self-empowerment artist working with heart opening therapies involving Ceremonial Grade Cacao, yoga, sound journeys, and breath as instruments for transformation. Florencia is passionate about supporting the voices of indigenous nations, wisdom keepers, and guardians of the sacred lands.

She has studied under Mayan elders from Guatemala and indigenous communities of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Florencia has opened for Deepak Chopra and facilitated ceremonies for the corporate world at Spotify. She was a ceremony guide resident at The Assemblage in NYC and has shared Cacao at NYU. She is the co-Founder of Cacao Lab, a Ceremonial Cacao brand aiming to bridge the gap between modern culture and indigenous communities.


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