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What is Live Therapeutic Music?

Live Therapeutic Music is an art based on the science of sound, used successfully to calm and regulate heart beat and respiration, equalize brain waves and reverse the classic stress response. Click to view more information 


Therapeutic Music services are offered for people faced with physical,mental and emotional challenges, whether it may be at home, school, a nursing home or a clinical setting. This is a service not a performance. For more research on live therapeutic music click here

How is this beneficial to me?

Research shows that live therapeutic music can:

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  • equalize brain wave activity
  • calm and regulate heartbeat and respirations
  • reduce muscle tension and improve mobility
  • help regulate body temperature
  • increase endorphin levels, reducing pain
  • boost the immune system
  • stimulate digestion
  • promote feelings of well being

Click to view abstract paper on preterm infants and live music

What kind of clients benefit from these sessions?

Live Therapeutic Music is being used successfully with many types of clients, including those who are acutely ill or injures, those suffering from dementia, a learning disability, those on the "Autistic" spectrum, premature babies, birthing moms, stressed executives, those looking for alternative health & wellness, and the dying.


While I was working in a healthcare institution, trained techs, recorded the patients vital signs after I facilitated a 20 minute therapeutic music session at the bedside. I was told hundreds of times, that the person's high blood pressure dropped 30 - 40 points, the heart rate regulated and the oxygen uptake increased! That is an awesome demonstration of a unique holistic modality!


Who professionally facilitates a Live Therapeutic Music Session?

A Certified Music Practitioner brings pleasant and appropriate live music to someone. Each Music Practitioner is a graduate of the Music for Healing & Transition Program, a course of study which includes medical and musical classes provided by qualified instructors. There are 3 categories of professional practitioners that offer music as therap Just watch the video at the top of this page to see and learn more!

Click to view my CMP Certification