Sound Healing Summit 2020
Program & Replays
Sounds of Health: The ear-brain-voice-body-spirit connection
There's no better place to find self-empowerment than in your own unique voice. It's the ear that sings and speaks, internally and externally. By fine tuning ear-brain-voice-body connections, one has the potential for personal transformation and the power to discover a new you! Based on the research and wisdom of Dr. Alfred Tomatis, father of audio-psycho-phonology, the tools Darlene Koldenhoven shares bring together pragmatic aspects of science with the subtleties of the psyche for confident self-expression.
In This Session:
- A foundational understanding of how audio-psycho-phonology works, what conditions it influences, and an introduction to the research and work of Dr. Alfred Tomatis
- Why it's essential to tune your voice and train your ear to provide maximum performance with minimal effort for good mental and physical health
- Where one can get help with the ear-voice-brain-body-spirit connection, which is critical to good health and optimal functioning
Darlene Koldenhoven, MMV
Darlene Koldenhoven has a GRAMMY Award and 3 Nominations, first inductee into the Indie Music Hall of Fame®, has a Masters in Voice and B.M.Ed, certification in NLP and Sonic Therapy and was on the adjunct voice faculties at UCLA, CSUN, CSLA, & Citrus College as a credentialed educator. She is a Vocalist, Keyboardist, Composer, Songwriter and Author of “Tune Your Voice: Singing and Your Mind’s Musical Ear,” book w/7CDs & mp3 download available at TuneYourVoice.net endorsed by Juilliard, Don Campbell and more. Darlene’s award-winning music is available everywhere including The CARE Channel in hospitals-hospices. Debuting #1, Color Me Home, won Best Vocal Album 2017 and 20 awards and 35 nominations globally; Chromatones (2019 Music of the Year), Tranquil Times (#1 Best New Age Album). She was the featured soloist in the platinum DVD & PBS Special, Yanni, Live at the Acropolis seen by over 1.5 Billion viewers worldwide and has sung on over a thousand recordings in film, TV, albums, commercials etc. Darlene was the production vocal coach, music director, and tambourine-waving choir nun in both Sister Act films with Whoopi Goldberg. Internationally, Darlene has presented workshops, conferences, concerts, writes a column and articles for magazines on the voice and vibrational healing. Recently, Darlene has contributed her time by traveling to India 3 times to sing in concerts in support of environmental and humanitarian causes. Based out of Los Angeles, Darlene teaches/coaches voice and practices sonic therapy in her studio or by video apps. More information at DarleneKoldenhoven.com.