Bring the music of the Healing Harp to your 
Home, Hospital, or Corporate Meeting Room!



Music practitioners are not new, but may be new to you. Boethius, a Roman Philosopher, c.475-525 said, “Music is the principal that unites body, soul, and spirit.” With rising costs of health care, music is a cost effective resource for your patients, who will benefit from the soothing sounds of live acoustic and vibrational harp music.

The therapeutic musician uses the inherent healing elements of live music and sound to enhance the environment or the patient “in the moment,” responding to their condition or changing condition, making it more conducive to the human healing process.  Therapeutic live vibrational music is used for managing acute and chronic health conditions, distress, and promotion of the body’s natural healing. 

Music is an effective intervention with patients of every age. This ranges from those born into the neonatal intensive
care unit, through to those in hospice care at the end of life for whom music mitigates “medically necessary stress.”
  • Hospitals
  • Hospice Facilities
  • Medical Offices
  • Home Health Care
  • Veteran’s Healthcare
  • Wounded Warrior Services 
Harp Therapy
Benefits of Therapeutic Harp
  • Reduced reliance on pain medications.
  • Fewer Nursing bedside calls.
  • Greater satisfaction with physician care.
  • Increased patient draw with innovative added care modality.
  • Family member satisfaction with care of loved one.
  • Visible uniqueness of care services. 

Live Vibrational Therapeutic Music

“In the field of neuroscience today, music is considered as a powerful tool to understand brain functions and music–
brain–behavior interactions. Music engages a host of cognitive processes such as acoustic analysis, information
processing, sensory motor integration, learning, memory, decision making, emotion, and creativity. The neuroscientific models of music therapy is based on the principle that, “plasticity” as its veritable nature, brain engages in producing music by indulging an array of cognitive functions and in turn gets restored and altered via music even in the non-musical domains of functioning. In other words, music can stimulate complex cognitive, affective, and sensorimotor processes in
the brain that can be generalized and transferred to non-musical therapeutic applications.”
(Music-based cognitive remediation therapy for patients with traumatic brain injury. Front. Neurol., 24 March 2014)
Reduce Patient Costs
“Effectively and appropriately deployed, music is a relatively low-cost intervention. Internationally, art-based interventions are gaining traction beyond their clinical effects, due to the savings they can provide.”

Patient Satisfaction
“The clinical use of music is both an innovative and an evidence-based practice that has been proven both to satisfy patients and to lower the cost of care.”

Improved Outcomes
“In spite of over half a century of positive outcomes for patients, music therapeutics has not been fully or routinely integrated into health care.” “Music is promoted as a technology for healing in prestigious hospitals and health care settings, and the study of music-based health care interventions is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).” Wolf, L & WolfBrown Wolf, T (2011) 

Therapeutic live harp music at your home, hospital, or clinic $40.00 per session by a Certified Music Practitioner (CMP) with harp for you or your loved one facing surgery, birth, cancer and treatments to reduce stress. CMP also available for business and corporate meeting. 

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