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Monday Night Zoom Talk with Kathleen Nagy
March 29 at 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM EDT$10
Humming for Health
with Kathleen Nagy
There’s a hidden superpower in your voice. It can give you the energy you need to feel better, sleep better, and live better. It’s readily accessible, inexpensive and highly effective. It is…your voice!
Learn How to get to the root cause of physical and emotional pain. I can help you unlock the valuable tools already within your body that will let it speak for itself about what needs to be soothed balanced and healed because humming:
-Releases endorphins that promote wellbeing and enhanced immune support
-Requires deep breathing that naturally reduces heart rate and blood pressure
-Increases Nitric Oxide in the sinuses to hinder respiratory illnesses
-Raises cellular oxygen levels to increase lymphatic drainage and the body’s trach removal
-Stimulates the pineal gland to release melatonin levels and relieve insomnia
-Strengthens your energetic auric field and protects you from outer negative influences
-Utilizes sound energy to create a space for alignment and the potential of miracles
When you know how to hum in your body’s musical key, you foster a more conscious, collaborative relationship with your body’s natural healing processes. I will describe how to feel your voice move energy through your body as you discover your superpower!
Kathleen is a lifelong musician. After majoring in Music Education and Applied Music on French horn at Ithaca College, she did graduate work at Yale University in French horn and Orchestral Conducting. This led her to decades of experience teaching choral and instrumental music classes in public and private schools from elementary through adult education. In that time, she also directed many musical theater productions with high school and college students.
After 20 years of performing in symphony orchestras, Kathleen spent the last couple of decades as a BioAcoustic Research Associate specializing in Voice Energy Analysis and Acoustic Biofeedback for sports or muscle injuries. She was a member of the Board of Directors for Sound Health International of Ohio for 4 years (2005-2009) and worked closely with Sharry Edwards, the founder of Human BioAcoustics.