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Hello!

Thank you so much for coming to my website! 

Harmonious Healing is about uniting the body, mind, and spirit! 

It is about discovering our most authentic selves!

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My Story

      My journey began at the age of 9 with the flute. I loved the recorder in my Elementary school Music program. My dad took me to a music store and said, "pick any instrument, and I will buy it for you!" I chose the flute because it was the same fingerings as the recorder, at least somewhat. I am so lucky that I chose one of the most beautiful instruments. It was then that I knew I discovered my first passion.

 

      I am grateful to have been recognized in many state competitions including being the winner of the Advanced Masterclass at the Florida Flute Convention with Paula Robison and Leone Buyse, the Texas Flute Festival Masterclass Competition with Gary Schocker, the Wisconsin Flute Festival Masterclass competition with Marianne Gedigian and receiving 2nd Prize in the High School Young Artists’ Competition as well as the the College Young Artists’ Competition at the Florida Flute Association. My journey with music has given me the privilege to travel nationally and internationally to many places across the United States as well as Guatemala, Canada, Spain, and France.

   

      I received my Bachelor's in Music Performance from the University of Central Florida under the teachings of Dr. Nora Lee Garcia and studied with Dr. Tadeu Coehlo at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. 

      I am a certified teacher of the Alexander Technique. I completed my Alexander Technique Training in Chicago (ATTiC) with Daria Okugawa. This is a AmSAT certification, requiring a 3-year, 1600-hr teacher training.  I have also have had the privilege of completing post-graduate work with, Helene Weisbach (AmSAT, Emeritus Member)

 

      I completed my Music Therapy Internship at Giant Steps, a therapeutic day school for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The internship is a requirement to become a MT-BC with a minimum of 900 hrs at internship, and 1200 clinical hours over the course of the program. I work at the Niles Township District for Special Education as a Music Therapist. 

     I currently teach and perform in Chicago and in the surrounding suburbs. I have a private teaching studio in Logan Square. 

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