Physically, spiritually and emotionally. We are all made up of energy, vibrations. Using sound vibration we can unblock stuck energy, build energy, improve energetic flow, health, mood. 

Similarly, sound therapy can be grounding, helping to process and release mental and physical trauma. Sound can heal and balance us. Voice is the essence of us.  

In our fourth podcast podcast episode, join us in conversation with Maria Nayler, world renowned singer/songwriter, voice coach and sound therapist to discuss sound therapy and how you can heal, support and balance your own personal vibration.  

Maria Nayler seamlessly blends her vast toolkit of sound medicine, drawn from decades of working with the voice as a tool for healing, sound therapy and her time spent studying in the rainforests of Peru with medicine men and women who use sound as a proven tool for healing.

Additionally, Maria studied at the British Academy of Sound Therapy at Chichester University, qualifying for her Higher Practitioners Diploma.  

From The Heart is a podcast about Yoga, Mindfulness, healing and wellbeing from Dawn Lister and Daniel Groom, founders of Anahata Yoga Centre, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, UK. 

Conversations in this light hearted, kind and honest podcast series brings together people who have found ways to practise self-care in their lives, by sharing their knowledge, experiences and insights. 

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Thank you so much for listening, sharing and supporting our new podcast.

For the latest episode from ‘From The Heart’ head over to our podcast page.

We hope you enjoy it. 

Podcast reviews:

“Always enlightening and interesting! Good for the soul – friendly, inclusive, informative and caring, like a warm hug from a good friend. What more could you want from a podcast?”

“Fantastic podcast. Wonderful interesting subjects and very enjoyable to listen to.”

“Incredible!!! Spirituality plus real life, sprinkled with a huge dose of love. This podcast will speak to your soul. Raw, authentic and honest. Despite how it’s commercially depicted, yoga isn’t some contortionist act or sweating in a studio. Nor is it a group hippies chanting. Yoga is life. This podcast is an absolute blessing!!”