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Tune Yourself Workshop

“Music is an innate gift to us.

We can begin to feel it by putting our hand on our heart.”

 Asena Akan

We are all born as unique instruments with different qualities and potentials. Physical/mental differences; social/environmental conditions; emotional breaks, traumas and even many experiences in daily life, feelings, thoughts, our physical health; It can negatively affect our functionality, that is, our quality of life. We might call this a kind of 'out of tune' in the language of music.

To keep immunity, morale and joy of life high in order to be healthy; Adapting to uncertainty and changes, that is, learning to 'tune' yourself is very important and music is the oldest and most powerful tool known in this direction.  In this study; Participants are offered ways to benefit from music, sounds and positive vibrations as well as being a good listener. His music is a way of self-expression and communication; They are supported to develop a new and different perspective to see it as a preventive and curative tool, as a guide.

Participants gain a new perspective on bonding; communication, expressing their emotions, revealing their potential, activating their creativity; it is aimed to re-know themselves as an instrument and to gain awareness in the direction of “establishing a bodily-spiritual balance”.  



Connecting, Communication & Music: Body-Breath Movement Awareness, Listening, Dialogue

Being a musician means establishing a strong bond with himself, with his own body and soul (as an instrument), with the instrument he plays, with other musicians, and finally with the listener/audience while making music. It is the same in life. The first step of healthy communication is 'bonding'. Participants are offered an experience where they can explore ways of connecting and communicating with themselves (i.e. their instruments) and with others.

Emotions & Music: Expressing Emotions, Transforming

Music is one of the oldest and most effective means of expressing and transforming oneself and emotions. Many musical styles have their roots in this search for expression. In the study, while examining the relationship of music with emotions and its effect on mood; Practices are carried out to explain what cannot be verbalized through music, to understand one's own and others' feelings, and to develop empathy.

Potentials & Music: Habits, Choices, Life purpose

As unique people (i.e. instruments) born with different qualities and potentials, we sometimes encounter difficulties in life. 'Why me?', which we often perceive as an obstacle. These experiences we question, and the feedback we hear from the environment about our 'limitations' may undermine our self-confidence and prevent us from trying new things and turning to new productions . To the participants; A perspective is offered to help them realize their potential with their strong and open-to-development aspects, and to set new goals in their lives by moving away from the expressions 'I can't, I can't'.  

Creativity & Music: Change, Adaptation, Improvisation

In today's world, prominent concepts 'approaches that can be 'inspired' in developing spontaneous and creative approaches to new and unexpected situations are presented.



  • Number of participants: Small group circle (maximum 20 people), Large group work/interactive seminar  format.

  • Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes (can be adjusted according to need)

  • Type: Face to face, Online

  • Usage areas: Personal development, in-team teamwork, interactive seminars within the scope of company events

  • Requirements:

Small Group Circle:

/ Participants' instruments, if any.

/ Simple rhythmic instruments, natural materials, jars, pencils, wooden materials. etc. everything is available.


Large Group Work/Interactive seminar:

/ Laptop, projector, sound system that will allow you to watch music videos.

/ Participants' instruments, if any.

/ Simple rhythmic instruments, natural materials, jars, pencils, wooden materials. etc. everything


* The workshop is open to everyone. Musical knowledge, skills and abilities are not required for participation.

** No preparation is required before the workshop.

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