Music for Relaxation, Comfort and Peace. Sound Healing (Tuning Forks -Singing Bowls)
10 minute break between sets
Fees negotiable for multiple performers and for recurring performances at same location. Fees subject to change.
Sound therapy, healing and illness recovery sessions are on location: Homes, yoga studios, senior living facilities, rehabilitation units, hospitals and hospice settings.
Solo performances featuring Native American and Native American Style Flutes. RAV Vast melodic steel drums and a variety of sound instruments such as the African Udu and crystal and brass singing bowls.
Includes: Prelude, as guests enter; Processional as celebrants enter; Interlude, accompanies special moments; Recessional, as celebrants exit, and; Postlude, played as family and friends leave the ceremony. Elopements are priced at $65.
Includes music while family and guests entering the venue, accompaniment to special moments, and accompaniment as family and guests exit the venue.
Music for saying farewell to loved ones and for giving comfort to family and guests. Includes music while family and guests entering the venue, accompaniment to special moments, and accompaniment as family and guests exit the venue.
Fees subject to change
3 performers - Electric violin, Native flutes and Dance. .
3 performers - Electric violin, Native flutes and Dance.
Featured instruments can include: Native American and Native American Style Flutes, Harmonium, Crystal and Himalayan 7-Metal Singing Bowls, RAV Vast melodic steel drums, Voice, Guitar, Buffalo Drums, Shakers, Udu Drum, Shruti Box, Tanpura, Freenotes, Rain Sticks, Chimes, Buddhist Meditation Bells, and Tingsha Cymbals. Fees negotiated with facility host. One or two sound immersion facilitators.
Sound healing or sound therapy is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment from a licensed physician or health care professional. Sound healing is intended to enhance your total wellbeing as a person. It may also be employed as complementary adjunct to the medical care your physician provides. If you are undergoing some form of medical treatment, please consult with your doctor or ancillary health care professional about using sound healing to complement your medical care.