Stephanie Miller shows how the harp offers a perfect paradigm for linking heaven and earth, the arts and sciences, as well as body, mind and spirit.
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Doors open 6:15 pm for light reception & CASH bar.
The Twentieth Century Club
FREE parking in UPMC lot across the street!
4201 Bigelow Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA. 15213
Please offer a Donation from the Heart when attending this event.
Vibroacoustic Harp Therapy (VAHT), is a unique method of utilizing the vibrations of live therapeutic harp music to help bring one’s body back into balance. The harp is a resonant instrument and when it is played, one can easily feel the musical vibrations. The VAHT process harnesses the harp’s natural vibrations via amplification and channels them directly into a special mat that has embedded speakers. While lying on the mat, onw feels the harps vibrations moving through his or her body. Often the VAHT experience is said to feel like a musical massage.
Stephanie Miller, CMP, VAHPT, is a therapeutic musician, certified drum circle facilitator, composer, and performer. Her original music has been featured in two documentaries: Discover Ireland: A Literary Adventure (2005) and most recently in Bethany’s Story: The Power from Within (2013). She also performed in and provided music for Dinosaur Diorama’s web series All’s Faire.
She is also a co-founder of Music for Life of Pittsburgh, LLC, which provides music related services for every facet of life. She graduated in 2008 as a Certified Music Practitioner from the Music for Healing and Transition Program. As a CMP she provides bedside therapeutic harp music for patients in various Pittsburgh hospitals including the Children’s hospital of Pittsburgh and The Heinz Campus VA Hospital.
In 2009, Stephanie completed her training with Sarajane Williams, MA, VAHTP, as a Vibroacoustic Harp Therapy Practitioner. She offers Vibroacoustic Harp Therapy sessions at the Green Heiress Holistic Health. She has also been offering demonstrations of VAHT at the Hillman Integrative Wellness fair for attendees. For more information please visit www.musicforlifepgh.com.