Listings in Music and Church
Morning Gloryville is an immersive morning dance party. We are the pioneers of sober morning raving – responsible for bringing conscious clubbing to the world stage.
Sound health work is now becoming more and more accepted in the mainstream. There are two distinct areas: 1) Sound and music for meditation, relaxation, learning, and productivity, and 2) The use of sound for medical uses.
351 9th Street #202
San Francisco, California 94103
The Vibrational Sound Association (VSA) focuses on education using unique instruments such as singing bowls - through teaching, workshops, training, and sound therapy. The VSA is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization.
3107 S 6th Suite 111
Lincoln, Nebraska 68502
JOIN OUR FREE SOUND HEALING CLASS We want to make healing with sounds accessible to people throughout the world....so we're offering a FREE introductory sound healing class!
Sound Healing Academy
Go Native America journeys for culturally curious people who don't want to be 'tourists'! We'll take you on a journey you couldn't have the knowledge or connections to create for yourself. Small groups or private tour to the heart of Indian country.
National Geographic Traveler | Go Native America
Bruce BecVar is a gifted multi-instrumentalist and composer best known for his collaboration with Deepak Chopra on the best seller The Magic of Healing Music Series a 3 CD set focusing on balance of the Ayurvedic body types Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
Kimberly Meredith is a self-taught Medical Intuitive, Trance Channeler, Surgical Hands-on Healer and Spiritual Teacher with gifts of the holy spirit. Her work revolves around the simple concept that anger and negative energy causes disease.
Aum & Garden
13363 Ventura Blvd
Sherman Oaks, California 91423
The Spiritual Life Center is a loving, vibrant family that welcomes home people of every age, race, culture, sexual orientation and people with disabilities - all people. Together, we transform lives.
3835 Freeport Blvd
Sacramento, California 95822
“Through Do It For The Love our hope is to provide the opportunity for healing to take place, families to bond, and for lifelong memories to be made - all through the experience of live music." ~Michael Franti & Sara Agah Franti, Co-Founders
Do It For The Love
360 Grand Avenue #350
Oakland, California 94610
Gordon Burnhman Has played music professionally, taught music, and later taught Music Therapy at Northeastern University, Boston, MA.
2708 Foothill Blvd., Suite 407
La Crescenta, California 91214