Wellness @ North
Taking Care of Your Temple
April 19 & May 3 | 6:30-8:30pm | Room 202
RSVP to the Hospitality Desk
Music Therapy can be used by anyone to change their physical conditions, emotional state or mental health. When used wisely and with purpose, music may prove to be the elixir needed to heal old psychological wounds and cure longstanding spiritual maladies. Recognizing that everyone has their favorite melodies and lyrics, or sounds without lyrics, music in many different forms can provide the key to enduring happiness, robust health and spiritual wholeness.
Music is the universal language. Perhaps the world will recognize the power of music to heal the divisions that exist within the community of nations. If ever there was a time for Amazing Grace to descend across the earth that time would be now.
Join us for this three-week series which will be offered in a casual environment and requires no prior musical experience.
April 19: Therapeutic Music with Sarah Maxwell
April 26: Singing Tibetan Bowls with Terri Coddington – RESCHEDULED TBD
May 3: Drum Circle with Lisa Colleen
About the facilitators:
- Sarah Maxwell- Sarah is a compassionate and dedicated professional with nearly twenty years of experience. She has a Master’s Degree in Music Therapy, plays piano, guitar Native American flute and facilitates drum circles, too. She is passionate about helping others use music in their lives to achieve their highest potential.
- Terri Coddington- Bio coming Soon.
- Lisa Colleen- Director: Bongo Boy Recreational Music Center, Certified Life Coach and Drum Circle Facilitator. Lisa’s passion is to walk beside people as they courageously move forward through transition or personal hardship. Her heart is to help empower people to find their voice, be comfortable in their skin, and move to their own rhythm. She is all about the groove and loves acknowledging and celebrating choices that allow people to shift from surviving to living, laughing and thriving. She also loves working with teenagers encouraging them to be passionate and caring leaders of authentic living and courageous examples of common sense and moral character. Lisa’s life experience as a Mom, Personal Growth Workshop Facilitator, High School and Junior High Teacher, Women’s Ministry Director, Life Coach and Drum Circle Facilitator has given her a depth of understanding in working with individuals of all ages. She creates a safe environment for people to speak their mind and process their emotions. She introduces creative tools and coping strategies so that students may begin to take steps towards personal growth and leadership.