Harp Therapy


“Amy’s music was heavenly; it literally touched my heart.

Her wonderful music will help people in their journey

to greater health and well-being.”


– Dr. Neil Treister, Cardiologist





I am both a physician,

and a  Certified Therapeutic Harp Practitioner,

1997 graduate of the

International Harp Therapy Program (IHTP)



Playing for a patient in a hospice setting.



The International Harp Therapy Program
endorses a balance between

music, medicine and spirituality.”



— Christina Tourin,  founder, and internationally-known

master harpist and teacher.







is a year-long specialized  program.

unique resonance and soothing qualities

of the harp are studied,
with extensive practice in playing

intuition-guided music and improvisation,

tailored to each individual.



I offer intuitively-guided,

therapeutic harp music for:

  • Relaxation, respite, and rejuvenation


  • Emotional support and comfort


  • Promoting of health and a sense of well-being


  • Decreasing pain, respiratory rate,

   blood pressure and pulse


  •  Increasing endorphins; decreasing stress hormones


  • Offering soothing music to strengthen the connection of

   body, mind, and spirit


  • Supporting collaboration, inspiration
    and brainstorming

   in corporate settings




My use of therapeutic harp works its magic 

almost anywhere!



Birthing Rooms  

Celebrations of Life

Clinics and waiting rooms

Corporate settings

Dialysis Units

Fire departments 




Mediation Centers 

Meditation programs

Nursing homes

Oncology Units

Operating rooms

Private homes

Rehabilitation Centers 


Senior communities


Yoga studios

Youth-at-Risk Centers



At the bedside, the patient might relax with eyes closed, or choose to strum the strings, making their own music.


                    Playing at the bedside


With a patient in a Rehab Facility

Please take the opportunity to read much more
about this amazing and unique program.









Christina Tourin’s International Harp Therapy Program page.