Music Therapy is a growing non-invasive intervention in hospitals, hospices, rehabilitation-centres, elder's home, army barracks, pre and post surgical wards, health centres and the like, all over the world. Decades back, the Americans had pioneered using music as a therapeutic intervention for rehabilitation of the world war veterans. However, historically and also legendarily it is the Indians who pioneered the application of nada as a form of yoga to uplift once level of consciousness to achieve 'relaxed alertness'.

Upcoming Events

 IMTA in association with Mantarang Counselling, presents a Music Therapy Awareness workshop at Hubbali, Karnataka on Mar 10th, 9:30am to 4pm at M.B.A. Seminar Hall, B.V.B College Campus, Hubbali

IMTA in association with Meera Centre for Music Therapy and Research presents “Nadamanthana”, a music therapy workshop by IMTA Therapists at Phoenix Arena Auditorium, Madhapur, Hyderabad on Feb 23rd 2019, 9:30am to 5:00pm


About Us

To propogate Music Therapy as an alternative intervention in hospitals, hospices and various other areas, where music could be profitably used for the benefit of mankind.

To make a professional forum for the working Music Therapists of India so that they can meet at regular intervals to exchange their professional skills and understanding of this nascent subject.

Indian Music Therapy Association

Office: No. 32, “Sree Maatha” 5th Main Road, Sir M V      Nagar, Ramamurthy Nagar, Bangalore - 560016