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Sound Healing With the Native Flute

Broadcast on August 11, 2021
Hosted by Christine Stevens
With Mary Youngblood

Mary Youngblood focuses on the meditative and sound healing powers of the Native flute and how to learn Native flute for personal empowerment. Based upon more than 10 years working in two prisons with American Indians, Mary shares stories of healing, stories of using the flute for hospice and end of life, and shares a prayer on the low E Alaskan Yellow Cedar flute.

In This Session:

  • Learn about four different flutes and how the wood and scale have different effects
  • Exprience how the Native flute brings sound healing to the listener, releasing them from stresses
  • Be inspired to learn to play the Native flute for your own personal empowerment
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Mary Youngblood

2XGrammy Winner & Criminal Justice Reform Advocate

Native American Mary Youngblood, half Seminole and half Aleut, is the first woman to professionally record the Native American Flute, and the first woman to win not one, but two Grammy Awards for "Best Native American Music Album" in 2002 and 2006. 

As a music teacher she focuses on the meditative and sound healing powers of the Native flute and how to learn Native flute for personal empowerment. For more than 10 years, Mary has been a volunteer with the California State Prison Sacramento, Arts in Corrections program. 

 

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