Harp Therapy

Harp therapy is the practice of playing live music for the purposes of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual healing. It brings the mind and body into balance, helping to instill calm and peace in the listener. This practice is supported by ample scientific evidence and is becoming a sought-after modality in healthcare and palliative care facilities.

 

Therapeutic Harp Music is conducted by a harpist who has received training from an accredited certification program. Nicole is a Certified Clinical Musician from the Harp for Healing Program. She works with both individuals and groups in a variety of settings, including:

Hospitals

Hospice homes

Nursing homes and assisted living facilities

Alzheimer's units

Cancer centers

Yoga studios

Private in-home sessions

In addition to providing this healing music, Nicole serves as a mentor for the Harp for Healing Clinical Musician Certification Program, in which she helps educate students who are studying to earn their therapeutic music certificate.

Benefits of Therapeutic Music

✓ Aids in stress relief, relaxation, and sleep

✓ Eases muscle tension

✓ Lowers blood pressure and heart rate

✓ Reduces pain

✓ Relieves anxiety

✓ Stabilizes oxygen saturation levels

✓ Boosts recall and orientation in Alzheimer's patients

✓ Serves as a guide during life's transitions

✓ Lays the foundation for emotional uplifting and catharsis

✓ Produces a deep level of stillness and peace in the environment

Services

♪ Bedside or lobby music in hospitals and hospice facilities

♪ Peaceful waiting room music in clinics

♪ Bedside, group therapy, or uplifting concerts for seniors

♪ Private in-home bedside therapy

♪ Meditation, yoga, and other holistic healing accompaniment

More Information

Integrating Harp with Holistic Therapies

Therapeutic Music Demonstration

Therapeutic music: your questions answered