2022 Sound Healing Summit
Program & Replays
Giving Voice to Truth: Sound Empowerment Practices for Authentic Expression
Voice pioneer and founder of The Naked Voice, Chloë Goodchild shares an experiential session to awaken the unique healing capacities of your human voice & soul. Learn to access, embody, and unify the medicinal and mystical experience of sound, supported by a body-centered singing map entitled Seven Sounds for Love.
In this session, you’ll discover:
- The seven sounds for love as a tool for vocal empowerment
- How to speak your truth through vocal exercises
- Chant and tone with Chloe playing the harmonium to support your voice
Chloë Goodchild is founder of The Naked Voice: Transform Your Life through the Power of Sound. She created this pioneering vocal medicine training program in the 90s. It provides a sound-awareness toolkit of conscious core practices, energy movement, spoken and sung mantras, devotional songs, and chants, supported by audiobooks and meditations for deep, non-judgemental listening. The Naked Voice teachings empower you to find, to heal, and to embody your authentic voice. The Naked Voice Charitable Foundation was also established to disseminate a deeper awareness of the essential role that conscious and compassionate communication plays in transforming the fear of alienation & separateness, strengthening ethical awareness, and restoring sound health and wellbeing in all realms of human life.
Chloë’s seminal book, The Naked Voice: Transform Your Life Through the Power of Sound, invites you on a compelling adventure of self-discovery and creative fulfillment through a direct experience of your own authentic voice — the voice of your personal authority, the song of your soul, your eternal identity.
Chloë sings, teaches, performs, and records on her Naked Voice Music label. Her podcast series, VOCE Dialogues: Voices of Compassionate Evolution, explores the transforming practice of compassion with innovative practitioners, teachers, healers, visionaries, musicians, artists, authors, social activists, new scientists, and entrepreneurs including Jean Houston, Jonathan Goldman, Christine Stevens, Mark Nepo & Charles Eisenstein.