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Sound Healing with the Native Flute From War Zones and Refugees to Covid and Beyond

Broadcast on June 29, 2022
With Christine Stevens
Hosted by Alec Sims

Experience an evidence-based protocol using the Native Flute for healing. Christine Stevens will help us discover how the flute helps create heart-centered consciousness and how each person has a different resonance and heart song.

In this session, you’ll:

  • Experience a sound healing application of the Native Flute
  • Discover how the flute can be used in addressing symptoms of COVID, long haul, burnout, and grief
  • Explore the spiritual benefits of a flute sound
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Christine Stevens

Speaker, Author & Music Therapist

Christine Stevens is an internationally acclaimed speaker, author, drummer, and music therapist. Holding master’s degrees in social work and music therapy, Christine inspires people all over the world with her message that music promotes holistic health, spirituality, and wellness. Christine is the author of Music Medicine, The Healing Drum Kit, and The Art and Heart of Drum Circles book and DVD. She’s recorded three play-along albums: Reviving Rhythms, Drumming Up Spirit, and Drumming Up Diva. A leader in the music and wellness movement, Christine also serves on the editorial board of Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing.

Christine is the founder of UpBeat Drum Circles, which offers training programs and global online courses. She’s trained facilitators and led workshops around the world, including in Iraq, Hong Kong, Brazil, South Africa, Japan, and Western Europe. Through Remo, the world’s largest drum company, Christine co-created the HealthRHYTHMS evidence-based group drumming protocol, which is used in schools, medical centers, and veterans hospitals worldwide.

Christine’s work in Iraq was featured in the book and DVD Discover the Gift. Televised media credits include PBS, NBC, KABC-Los Angeles, KTLA Los Angeles, Tournament of Roses Parade, London Tonight, Living Better TV, Discovery Health, and Hong Kong News. As a contributing writer, Christine’s work has been featured in Fitness magazine, Spirituality & Health, Body & Soul, Fast Company, First for Women magazine, The Oriental News, The Christian Science Monitor, U.S. News & World Report, Yogi Times, and Natural Beauty and Health.

Christine Stevens