The power of music and movement

The healing power of music combined with the conscious focus on movement can free the cells and create a powerful healing force in our bodies. 

Every cell has a cellular memory. All of our life experiences are stored in our cells. Like the hard drive of the computer. Sometimes we need to defrag the hard drive and clean up our computers, deleting files that no longer serve us.  

This can be done with a multitude of talk therapies and detox programs but in my experience the most effective, effortless, fun way to clean up the cellular memory is through the conscious use of music and movement.  

Many people love to dance and free dance definitely benefits the body, heart and soul. With focused attention to the body and specific attention to different parts of the body, the energy centers (chakras) and visualization, this cleaning up process can be enhanced and can exponentially deepen the benefits of any movement technique including dance, yoga, Thai chi….  









Different music, in my experience, resonates with different energy centers and personal experiences locked in the physical body, the emotional body and the energetic body. But all music can be used as a vehicle to access our cells. 

A guided journey into the body, heart and soul, through music and movement is what I specialize in and utilize in my workshops.

It is a powerful journey that can bring up a lot of emotion, feelings, and sensations culminating in quiet integration at the end to help the cells balance and harmonize. It is a powerful healing journey for all who wish to partake.








“Ah, music,” he said, wiping his eyes. “A magic beyond all we do here!” 

J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone  

“Music has always been a matter of Energy to me, a question of Fuel. Sentimental people call it Inspiration, but what they really mean is Fuel. I have always needed Fuel. I am a serious consumer. On some nights I still believe that a car with the gas needle on empty can run about fifty more miles if you have the right music very loud on the radio.” 

Hunter S. Thompson