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Amber Arnold

Sacred Vibrations Sound Healing
Founder
Amber Arnold is a Sound Healer certified by the International Academy of Sound Healing, a Reiki Practitioner, Folx Medicine Maker, Ritual and Sacred Ceremony Curator, with various trainings in a wide variety of healing modalities ranging from Embodied Movement, Somatics, Reiki, Vibrational Therapy, and more.
Sound Healing is an ancient technique that has been used for thousands of years to harmonize, relieve stress, and bring balance to the human body, and in many ways imitates the vibrational healing that our earth uses to balance and heal itself. Sound is at the root of all the work that Amber does. She has a deep understanding of the way frequency, vibration, and resonance effect the cellular functions of the body.
Amber was born in Somerville Massachusetts and lived throughout the state of Massachusetts with her mother who is an artist and therapist, and her father who is a musician. Amber spent part of her childhood in Nashville, Tennessee where she was fully immersed in the music scene. Her first experience with the healing power of sound was while learning to play the violin as a child. She attended the Community College of Vermont to study business, and eventually found herself exploring various healing modalities that supported her passion for bringing collective healing to people in her community through vibrational therapy, plant medicine, and cultural somatic practices. Amber draws on intuition and deep-rooted wisdom from her ancestral lineage to bring a multi-dimensional healing approach to those with whom she works.
Now based in Brattleboro, Vermont, Amber is the founder of Sacred Vibrations Sound Healing. She will join the Clemmons Family Farm in the Fall of 2019 as an artist-in-residence, using her healing arts for creative placemaking and build a multicultural community on one of the rare farms in Vermont that are African American-owned. Amber’s residency is one of the many collaborations between the Farm and Vermont’s Artists of African descent fostered through the A Sense of Place project funded by ArtPlace America.

My Speakers Sessions

Thursday, September 19
 

2:00pm EDT