Rainbow of Sound

Program for Teachers and Harp Circle Facilitators

Become a Rainbow of Sound/Color My World Facilitator

Rainbow of sound - I can play the harp

  • Have people been asking you if you can teach them the harp?
  • Do you play the harp but do not consider yourself to be a teacher?
  • Are you already a teacher but looking to streamline your teaching business?

After many years of public and private school teaching and working individually with students, Christina Tourin has developed a program that benefits everyone involved.

Then, this turnkey package project is for you!

Packages that benefit all

After 20 years of public and private school teaching and working individually with students, Christina Tourin has developed a program that benefits everyone involved including parents being able to rent an instrument before purchasing a harp for their child.

Your teaching business

The Rainbow of Sound Facilitating Program has everything you need to run a successful teaching business.  If you are a good leader and know how to play the harp, then you can implement this program. Check out our special site on how to become a facilitator and get started.

The Rainbow of Sound program

The program is especially designed for teaching children how to Play the Harp and how to read music

The Rainbow of Sound program announces the addition of the Color My World© Series!

The Color My World© Series offers beautiful melodies for the harp beginner.

This program is specifically designed for support groups, community groups, health-care facilities and teen programs while at the same time it can ‚Ä®augment the Rainbow of Sound¬ģ¬†program for schools and adult/senior groups.

This new addition can work under the same paradigm as the Rainbow of Sound program

Offering people the option to rent the harp for 2 months, get their materials and have 8 lessons.  Or you can choose to take this program into facilities such as senior homes, support groups in hospitals, yoga centers, church groups, various healthcare facilities and after school programs.

The songs are categorized into collections that 
appeal to people in different emotional and physical states.

All the songs can stand alone just for the 
enjoyment of learning a simple song on the harp. Thus, the facilitator can teach only one student at a time or a group of 6.

  • Lullabies for babies and peaceful songs for relaxation
  • Songs of strength and encouragement for those in rehabilitation units or other places of boosting the energy
  • Songs of hope, inspiration and love for support groups
  • Songs of faith and gratitude for those in places of the unknown and recovery
  • Songs of nature and healing for well-being

The beautiful DVDs show the processes of playing the tunes

  • Those having no musical background easily learn these tunes
  • Color codes and numbers achieve success in music making
  • The songs are also multi-level arranged for groups of people including special needs and those with physical challenges ‚Ä®so that they can be part of a Harp Circle