Meet Wah!

  1. Ecstatic Chant Festival

    August 30 - September 2
  2. 500-hour TRAINING in Sound Healing

    October 12 - October 14

Sound Bath

‘Wah!'s voice is liquid heaven. She could be giving me directions via the 405 and I would still be healed. ’
-Samara, minister | AGAPE INTERNATIONAL SPIRITUAL CENTER

Sound Bath

A Sound Bath with Wah! is a 60 minute guided relaxation with musical accompaniment, designed to relax and heal.

We are starting simple, post-pandemic. Enjoy a mini Healing Concert... Close your eyes. Relax the body. Open yourself to receive goodness and soothing. Slow down your breathing. Take a journey with Wah!'s guided imagery and sound bowls.

A sound bath brings attention to the need for harmony and balance in ourselves and our world. We need tools to soothe anxiety and release overstimulation of the mind and nervous system.

A sound bath is performed as a song cycle - tones and chimes in the same or relative keys with spoken word cues for relaxation. There is no intermission. Seating varies from venue to venue – - some rooms have both chair seating and floor seating. You can come with mats and cushions to lie down if desired. Check the flyer to see if “FLOOR SEATING” is indicated. If not, only chair seating is permitted. Thank you.

Wah!'s CDs are used worldwide for yoga, relaxation, healing and meditation. She has performed in theatres, expos, conferences, planetariums and universities throughout the country, including UC Boulder's Fiske Planetarium, Reuben H. Fleet Science Center, Loyola Marymount University, and NJ State Museum in Trenton. She has run a record label for 20 years and published books on yoga and healing.

Sharon | fan

Los Angeles, CA

“I've been to some terrible sound baths. I appreciate Wah!'s years of experience performing - she seems to know what feels good sonically and emotionally.”

Jessie | fan

Encinitas, CA

“Wah! this was just what I needed. I haven't slept in weeks. I feel SO much better now!”

Mark | fan

Pasadena, CA

“What a voice! Every one in the audience is transported by Wah!’s effortless lyrical quality.”

Wah! in Ladies Home Journal

Spring 2015 issue …While playing music to help calm and renew people was something she had been doing in performances since she was 17, Wah! recently decided to take this concept to another level and launched The Healing Concert tour and a book called Healing: A Vibrational Exchange (Wah! Music, 2014). Her concerts encourage deep relaxation, rejuvenation, and expansion of the senses. “I want people to pull back and find a place of contentment,” Wah! says. A vibrant light show based on random patterns bathes the ceiling and walls while she plays multiple instruments, sings in a calming chant style, teaches deep breathing, distributes flower petals, and speaks in positive confirmations. “You don’t have to be more, you already are all of it,” she says. Wah! uses the same methods to comfort cancer patients and their caregivers during free workshops and hospital performances.

Ladies Home Journal Spring 2015

Wisdom of Wah!
One musician uses her natural gift of music to help people with healing and centering.

Composer Wah! whose elegant vocals have become standard in yoga studios worldwide, has launched a U.S. Tour that soothes with sound and light.

Wah! has toured the world as a musician, recorded 18 albums, owns a record lane, performed with Deepak Chopra, and lectured at Princeton University, but what she finds really rewarding is what she calls her healing work – touting music as therapeutic.

In 2007 Wah! had a brain edema and fall that nearly took her life. After her recovery, during a European concert tour, self-described healing artists began to seek Wah! out following her concerts. Sometimes their work was as simple as holding her head in their hands. “I was introduced to the world in a very different way – of sensing, feeling, connectivity,” Wah! says. “I knew I could do that with sound.

While playing music to help calm and renew people was something she had been doing in performances since she was 17, Wah! recently decided to take this concept to another level and launched The Healing Concert tour and a book called Healing: A Vibrational Exchange (Wah! Music, 2014). Her concerts encourage deep relaxation, rejuvenation, and expansion of the senses. “I want people to pull back and find a place of contentment,” Wah! says. A vibrant light show based on random patterns bathes the ceiling and walls while she plays multiple instruments, sings in a calming chant style, teaches deep breathing, distributes flower petals, and speaks in positive confirmations. “You don’t have to be more, you already are all of it,” she says.

Wah! uses the same methods to comfort cancer patients and their caregivers during free workshops and hospital performances.

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