Over the past few years I have been on a spiritual path of self-healing and seeking purpose in my life. I began studying East Asian healing and energy philosophies, taking classes in yoga, tai chi, meditation, and vibration movement. Then I attended a crystal singing bowl sound bath and chakra series that changed my life in ways that I never would have imagined. At one of the sound baths I was introduced to a Tibetan singing bowl and the sound vibrations resonated with me. After further research, I discovered that there were sound therapies using singing bowls and that I was meant to learn the traditional ways of healing with these bowls. Fate stepped in and has taken me on an incredible journey to become a Himalayan Chakra Singing Bowl Sound Healer and Owner of Singing Bowl Soundsations.
And so, the journey begins. I attended the Atma Buti Sound & Vibrational School in Boulder, Colorado and trained under Master Teacher, Suren Shrestha who shares with so much love and compassion the traditional ways of healing with Tibetan singing bowls – bowl layouts, mantras, healing intentions, and therapies – that have been passed on to him from his Nepalese teachers. In November 2016, I completed certification and began my practice offering private sound massage healing and group sound baths.
In 2017, I went on to become a certified Usui Holy Fire Reiki Master/Teacher under Melinda Kaur and in 2018 a Shamanic Reiki Master through Shamanic Reiki Worldwide. I have also completed the required course of study in Usui Ryoho Reiki to become an Animal Reiki Practitioner. These beautiful healing modalities are offered as a stand alone session or add-on to sound massage healing.
Fall 2018, I trained with Arden Wilken through Bastyr University and received certification in Basic and Advanced Spiral of 5ths Tuning Fork Sound Therapy.
In addition to energy healing studies, I have always had a love for music and graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in Studio Music from Silver Lake College and a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from Illinois State University. Through singing bowls I have found my voice and my call to service.