Today we are featuring Dr. Shelley Snow from the healingpowerofsound.com. Please let us know what you think down in the comments!

I first met Shelley at Omega Institute in New York many years ago and we stayed connected because of a shared passion for bringing the power of sound to the mainstream. I have witnessed the profound effects of these vibrations and breathwork on my own personal body and know first hand just how powerful it can be for reducing stress, anxiety and fatigue symptoms.  I am not someone who can sing , I didn’t need to, thank goodness :}. This is really an incredible way to simply use your own voice to restore balance to the body, mind, and spirit.

Thank you Shelley for trusting and believing in yourself and in me and this project.
This one is for you!

More about Shelley from her words:

“Hi, I’m Shelley Snow, I am a music therapist, psychotherapist, and professional musician.

My passion is in leading-edge research and development of sound-based therapies for mind-body healing in health and wellbeing.

I have conducted the first major study of sound healing by a music therapist and currently collaborating with neuroscientists on studies of toning at the prestigious International Laboratory for Brain, Music, and Sound Research in Montreal. I have been a practicing therapist for 25 years, and founder of the Dorian Centre for the Healing Arts in 2011, where I currently conduct a clinical practice in music and sound therapies. I am also a professional musician.

It is my belief that the intentional use of vibrational sound is one of the most powerful tools for healing on the planet. It is my mission to help develop and realize the enormous potential of sound therapy to become a widely recognized and widely practiced approach to helping individuals and groups of people achieve greater mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health and well-being.
My mission with sound therapy is multi-faceted, as I intend to develop and further our understanding of this field through conducting scientific research; to practice and offer sound therapy as a licensed psychotherapist and music therapist; to train other professionals in the approaches I have developed; and to bring this work to an international audience, including making sound therapy resources available free-of-charge to communities in impoverished countries.”

Learn more about my work at http://www.healingpowerofsound.com.

Peace, love & Joy!