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What’s Vibradrumhealing? Find out at the Healing Arts Center May 13
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 • Posted May 9, 2014

Danny Shuford and Kat Diamond have been on a life changing journey that has brought them to Blanco, Texas. Traveling in a Motorhome from their residence in Colorado, they have been on the road since the fall of 2013 weaving their desire to help others and their musical gifts together to create Vibradrumhealing.

They met in the summer of 2013 while playing together for a Cherokee Medicine Woman in Carbondale, Colorado. At the time Kat had her own holistic Healing Center that included Sound and Dance therapies as well as essential oil treatments for health and wellness. Danny, who had a background in health and fitness, and personal development was also a professional drummer. The two found that they shared a common understanding of the benefits of sound vibration on both the physical and emotional bodies.

Each had already been using sound vibration and movement in a variety of settings with children and adults. Kat decided to join Danny on a tour to Mexico and dissolved her business knowing that the next evolution of transformative work with people was ahead of them. After months of traveling the duo first took their work back to Colorado and offered group, couple, and individual sessions in their unique form of Sound Experience for Transformation.

On May 13th at 7pm, Kat and Danny will offer a group experience in Sound-Essence at the Healing Arts Center of Blanco and Canyon Lake. Participants will be treated to an evening of amazing medicinal essential oils and sound therapies for relaxation, focus, and increased self awareness which supports wellness on all levels. Space is limited so the center asks that you call (830) 833-0510 to reserve. Suggested Donation is $20 and participants are asked to bring their own pillow for comfort.

You can read more about the work at

The address of the Healing Arts Center is 4520 Hwy 281 South, Blanco, Texas 78606.

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