In January I made the first of many video blogs. It was called Saying Yes to Pleasure. I’m finally following up with another video. This one is on the power of sound. Many of you know about my background with sound, as an energy healer and singer/songwriter/recording artist. Sound is very powerful for connecting on an emotional, non-verbal level. When it comes to the area of relationships, sound is tool for self-development as well as deepening with a partner. Most people have shyness around opening their voice. This is a cultural issue.
I have been giving presentations on sound healing for the past year and a half focusing on research and science, as well as offering voice workshops for self-expression, personal awareness and healing. I love this work. I find the research absolutely fascinating and awe-inspiring. I have had great feedback from the workshops and also great results with private sound healing sessions. But two months ago, I had an experience that impressed upon me the absolute beauty and unquestionable power of sound vibration. Some of the research that I particularly love
My husband and I live in a suburb of Vancouver called Pleasantside. This neighbourhood used to serve as a summer cottage getaway. Every house is oriented for a view of the Burrard Inlet so the houses stack one upon the other on a hillside. Since our house is lower on the hill we live, effectively, under the eaves of others. We love having the view like everyone else but in the summer we have a little problem. Above us, the houses sport huge decks and swimming pools and they become
Four years ago I had a powerful experience that marked my transition from being an urban recluse to trusting and sharing my gifts as a healer. For a decade I had been holed up in a Vancouver apartment, studying complimentary healing and practicing yoga and meditation. Each day my husband would go off to work and I would go inside to work. In August 2008 I registered for a Continuum workshop at Hollyhock on Cortes Island. I was very drawn to this method of transformational voice and movement therapy. I