Music Heals, Moves, and Changes Lives.

When the body is experiencing dis-ease, it is out of harmony. Therapeutic Music can restore the body back to health.

What is Therapeutic Music:

Music that is intended to alleviate a physical, emotional, or mental concern. Common usage of the term usually refers to acoustic music played or sung live in a variety of healthcare settings, to enhance the healing atmosphere.


Therapeutic Music in Healthcare Settings:

I enjoy bringing comfort to others by providing Therapeutic music in healthcare settings such as: Acupuncture Clinics, Alzheimer's Units, Ambulatory Surgery Units, Bedside of Patients, Burn Units, Delivery Rooms, Dental Offices, Dialysis Centers, Hospice Care, Intensive Care Units, Operating Rooms, Psychiatric Wards, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Senior Centers, and Message Therapy Clinics.

Benefits of Live Therapeutic Music:

Boost the immune system

Decrease muscular tension

Reduce blood pressure

Stabilize heart rate

Relieve anxiety and stress

Improve body movement and coordination

The Healing Voice

The human voice is a healing instrument that creates forceful sounds to break up stuck energy in the body, soothing sounds to calm the nervous system, and

nurturing sounds to put cells in a receptive mode, allowing in nourishment to release toxins while making the body whole.

- Joy Gardner Vibration Healing Teacher

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Disclaimer: As a therapeutic musician, I am not providing medical or health care services, or attempting to diagnose, treat or cure any physical, mental or emotional issue, disease or condition. If you are experiencing any of these conditions, please seek the advice of a trained medical or mental health professional. 

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"Lady Johnnie's generosity and caring spirit are touching the lives of the patients and families who come from all across Georgia and around the world for care at Winship."

-A. Puche, Winship Cancer Institute

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