VT-LOGO wTAG

Secretly almost everyone loves to sing and make music.
Some just don’t want to perform for an audience.
You don’t have to!

 

About George Grant

Adventurous Musician and Intrepid Teacher

With a diverse background in world music, jazz-fusion improvisation, sacred vocal music, creative writing, nature education, movement, and meditation vocalist-percussionist George Grant has earned a reputation as “an adventurous musician and intrepid teacher.”

Utilizing his vocal toning, frame drumming, contemplative movement, sound healing, and music meditation techniques George helps students develop skills that aid them in stress reduction, wellness, self-healing, self-awareness, and team building.

From the comfort of your own home utilizing Skype, Zoom, FaceTime and other online technologies with George one-on-one learn these valuable skills that aid in stress reduction, wellness, self-healing, team building, and positive outlook.

INVITATION TO CHAT WITH GEORGE WITHOUT ANY OBLIGATION

 

You may have questions, let’s visit!  I can learn about you and your goals and tailor lessons to fit your needs.
Call me at (208) 720-2933 or email me here. If you email please be sure to include your name and phone number.

Secretly, almost everyone loves to sing and make music.

 

Some may not want to perform for an audience.

 

You do not have to!

Without needing to sing yourself — sit in a chair or lay on your back in street clothes and learn to feel intuitive vocal toning and harmonic overtones, made specifically for you, to resonate, and integrate your body-mind-heart-soul.

The voice and the drum are like a hand and a glove. Light intuitive drumming naturally supports vocal toning, without the need to learn complex traditional rhythms or meters. For those who want more, deeper rhythm training is fun with Play Along recordings.

To empower both the client and the practitioner, intuitive singing has been part of hands-on healing traditions for thousands of years.

 

Vocal Toning is extremely beneficial and supportive for many light-touch non-agenda therapies, including: Cranial Sacral Therapy, Polarity Therapy, and Reiki.

If you can stand and walk, you can do Music Meditation In Motion.

 

Anybody, at any skill level, can gently explore their own ways to move slowly, find balance, hold still, and respond to shapes of other people.

Sign up for online professional continuing education courses including:

 

Vocal Toning and Drum Talk Courses for Music Therapy CBMT Continuing Education Credits

 

Vocal Toning for Massage Therapy Continuing Education Credits

VTnet-LOGO