We transform lives and provide positive wellness experiences through the healing power of music, yoga and meditation. 

We exist to meet a growing need in our community for physical and mental wellbeing. We believe that everyone has the right to experience the joy and substantial benefits of music, yoga and meditation. Unfortunately, those who are most vulnerable -facing physical, mental and economic hardships- often have the least access to these extraordinary tools for healing and empowerment. We are here to change that!!!

We offer innovative intervention programs to empower people in health care facilities (hospitals, aged-care, disabilities, mental health) and underserved communities (incl. youth and women's shelters). In 2015 we provided over 200 free therapeutic yoga and music sessions (3000 face to face interactions) in 5 facilities in Sydney. We are currently serving 10 facilities in Sydney, Illawarra and Byron Bay. 

 

OUR PROGRAMS

SOUND HEALTH

We bring therapeutic yoga, meditation and music delivered by qualified and trained volunteers to Aussies who need it most. Projects include yoga therapy for teens with Eating Disorders, music and yoga at Sydney Children's Hospitals (Randwick and Westmead), Miroma Special Needs BUPA Aged Care, Oasis Youth Shelter, Detour House Women's Refuge, Caretakers Cottage, House With No Steps and new facilities commencing soon.

 

SOUND SCHOOLS

We set up music schools and training programs for children in underprivileged areas enabling them to develop their creativity and talent. First Sound School launched in North Bali in May 2014. Next Sound School launching in Tanzania in Jan 2017! 

 

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SOUND WAVES

We produce educational recorded music and videos as a free resource material for underprivileged communities.  The first project is called A Sound Earth CD, a children’s album about environmental issues.

 

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SBS article on A sound life click the link below to read the story.

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