Harp Therapy

The harp gives forth murmuring music; and the dance goes on without hands and feet.” Kabir (1480-1518) 

For people who are drawn to this beautiful instrument, an individual Harp Therapy session can be soothing, uplifting and profoundly healing.

What is Harp Therapy? 

People come for a Harp Therapy session for a variety of reasons. These include physical, mental, emotional or spiritual pain, illness, anxiety, depression and fatigue. Some clients use it for meditation or as a means of inspiring creativity or problem solving. Some come from curiosity or simply because they love the harp. All are welcome. 

A typical Harp Therapy session involves live harp music specially chosen for that individual at that moment to effect beneficial change in their physical, emotional, mental or spiritual state. The music may consist of familiar favourites, or it may be improvised there and then. It may also include other supportive sounds, including singing bowls, bells, chimes, nature sounds and voice. During a Harp Therapy session there is no need to do anything at all other than relax and receive the music.

 
 
 
Individual Harp Therapy

Due to the restrictions of Covid-19, I am unable to provide in person treatments at this time. However, I still offer individual Harp Therapy sessions online via Zoom.

£45 for 1 hour session (approx.)

For further information, see Sound Healing and Harp Therapy FAQs. You may also like to read my blog posts on Therapeutic Harp and Vibroacoustic Harp Therapy.

Please contact me to book your session. I look forward to playing for you.