music of the soul

Music permeates every part of Rachel’s life from yoga classes to drumming and the intensive work of using music as a tool for healing with patients in the clinical setting and in Reiki sessions. Rachel’s primary instrument is voice and also utilizes Celtic harp, guitar, shruti box, metal tone drum, Native American flutes, quartz crystal bowls, a variety of melodic instruments as well as djembe, frame drum, and doumbek.

Make Music with Rachel

Rachel has over a decade of experience in the healing and expressive arts and is active in facilitating incorporating chant, drumming and movement to support healing and empowerment at yoga studios, retreats, conferences and other gatherings regionally,  nationally and internationally.

Contact Rachel to book her services for your event today.

Visit her calendar to see what is happening virtually and in person.

Purchase Rachel’s Music

You can listen to both of Rachel’s CD’s, YogaSong and Almost There, on Spotify

Music and Therapeutic Applications

Rachel is a Certified Music Practitioner®. She works applying live music at the bedside as a tool for healing with voice and harp with patients in hospital and hospice units. Rachel is also a trained REMO Health Rhythms Group Empowerment Drumming Facilitator and utilizes vibrational medicine with voice, Native American Flute, quartz crystal singing bowls and drumming with varieties of groups including yoga classes. Rachel served as a consultant for Music & Memory (add trademark) for Laurelview Village from 2018-2023.

Music Education

Rachel is a graduate and served for 9 years as an Executive Board member of the Music for Healing and Transition Program, an international certification program for therapeutic musicians. Through MHTP and other opportunities, Rachel has studied music and sound healing with David Darling, Fabien Mamien, Ruth Cunningham, Libana, Silvia Nakkach, Russill Paul and Jim Donovan. Rachel is enrolled in Russill Paul’s Yoga Mystery School studying, experiencing and applying chant and mantra to be connected to Source and enter deeper into Divine Mystery with an open heart. Rachel has been learning from Jim Donovan, M. Ed. Chair of Fine Arts at St. Francis University, Master Drummer/Teacher for well over a decade and is honored to be on his faculty for Summer Rhythm Renewal, Rhythm Revival and served from 2015-2020 as a member of the Fine Arts Faculty at St. Francis University in Loretto, PA.

Empower Your Organization in Understanding the Healing Power of Music.

Bring Rachel, an experienced presenter and teacher to your next conference. Rachel is available for presentations on Music & End of Life Care and can tailor any presentation on the therapeutic benefits of music to the needs of your organization.

Consult Rachel on how to integrate music into your organization’s delivery of services.

Contact rachel today about making music