Webinar - Natural Harmony™: An Instrumental Guide to Blending Music & Community

Tuesday, June 29, 2021, 2:00pm - 3:15pm  
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Natural Harmony™: An Instrumental Guide to Blending Music & Community 

Music parks benefit every member of the community, but few communities have a music program available and affordable to everyone. A permanent installation of instruments changes that. A simplified system allows anyone to play, regardless of training or ability, and instruments can be designed for individual and ensemble play. Music transcends age, gender, ethnicity and mobility, and is a gathering force that builds better communities and helps makes people kinder. 

Join property managers, distributors, architects, landscape architects, and recreation and park professionals for a complimentary professional development webinar. 

Learning Objectives: https://www.playcore.com/professional-development-natural-harmony

Educational resources and continuing education certificates will be provided. CEUs for a total of 1 Professional Development Hours (.1 IACET CEU / 1 AIA HSW LU / 1 LA CES HSW PDH). Learners receiving CEUs must meet the criteria for participation and achievement of learning objectives.

Learn how to plan the program for your community as well as earn a continuing education certificate for the course.



Certified Instructor


Lindsay Hill
Vice President, Specialty Play Group,   
PlayCore View Bio
Inés Palacios, PhD 
CORE Training & Professional Development  
PlayCore   View Bio

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Music is an expressive language that is woven through the cultural fabric of generations and civilizations. Recent brain-based research has explored the powerful combination that music and nature has on our physical, mental, and emotional health, and the collective benefits that build more harmonious communities. Natural Harmony™: An Instrumental Guide to Blending Music and Community provides valuable tools to help create meaningful outdoor music parks, as well as case studies that share examples of communities that have successfully used musical instruments to unite the community.

Click here to request a free copy of the program.

The instructor of this learning event is employed by PlayCore and discloses interest in participants partnering with PlayCore on their play and recreation initiatives.