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Vibrational Wellness & Reiki Practitioner

I love vibrations. And I love sharing what I know to create vibrational shifts. New resonances. 


Having an identity that speaks to your soul is key when putting yourself and your business out there. It's my mission to assist others in achieving their visions & gain clarity. 

Coaching & Spiritual Healing in Miami with Light and Sound Meditation Events. 


We each are shining a light, a vibration. Regardless of how or where we work. It's all about your approach and the patterns of thought you invoke. 


Remember. Intentions. Magnetize. 

Are you ready to shift? 



  • Do we have to wear yoga clothes or gym clothes to attend?
    There's no strict dress code for attending a sound bath session, and you're welcome to wear clothing that you find comfortable. Many participants opt for attire that allows them to relax and fully enjoy the experience. While yoga clothes or gym clothes are often a popular choice due to their comfort and flexibility, there is no requirement to wear them. You might consider wearing loose-fitting clothing that doesn't restrict your movement, as you'll likely be lying down or sitting in a relaxed position. Additionally, you may want to bring an extra layer, such as a sweater or shawl, as your body temperature can drop slightly during deep relaxation. Participants are welcome to stay in their work attire for the activity. There is no need for anyone to change clothes.
  • What do we need to bring?
    We always suggest you bring a bottle of water with you to drink after a session. We move energy and it's important to stay hydrated. For "Turn Key" events, we will bring the mats and blankets for participants to lay. Feel free to tell your team/guests to bring a small blanket, eye pillow or anything else that will help them to feel more comfortable.
  • How early do you arrive for set up?
    Depending on the footprint of your venue, we approximate an hour to two hours prior to the start time. We like to have plenty of time to arrive, unload, set up, and settle into the space. If we do a site visit prior to your event, our arrival time will be determined then.
  • Can the Event Be Customized to Our Needs?
    Corporate clients often seek flexibility in event customization to align with their goals. They might ask if the session can focus on specific themes, durations, or incorporate certain elements. Yes, we do our best to accommodate to the requests and timelines given to us by DMC's or Event Planners.
  • How Long is the Typical Sound Bath Session?
    Duration matters, especially for corporate events with busy schedules. Knowing the typical length of a session helps clients plan their itinerary. We offer 20min 30min 45 min Keep in mind that often we have to give a window of time at the beginning to allow people to come into the room and get settled. This time depends on how many participants there are and how organized the day is. We can discuss this to see what suits your event best.
  • What Space or Facilities Are Required?
    Clients might ask about space requirements, seating arrangements, and any additional facilities needed for the session. It is recommended that we are indoors, in a quiet dedicated space. There shouldn't be people walking past the group or sneaking into different areas of the office. It is important that everyone feels comfortable, a sense of privacy, and able to sink into the vibrations. We do not require access to electrical outlets.
  • Are Group Rates Available?
    If you need to accommodate larger groups please let us know. This may require additional equipment like speakers and microphones. We have a flat fee for sound bath service. And additional per person if you request a Turn-key event with mats, blankets, & pillows included.
  • Do you do Brand Partnerships?
    Our goal is to make this work accessible to many. JMarie is the organizer and lead facilitator for Direct Your Light Studio. If you are a heart-centered brand that would like to have assistance creating unique experienes consisting of meditations, wellness content, and immersive sound experiences conect by email.
  • Do you do speaking engagements?
    Yes. Prepared topics inlcude the resorative "Power of SoundVibrations" & "Using Sound to Amplify Your Desires." They can include unique closing sound experiences from 10-20min.
  • Is a Sound Bath listening to music?
    No, a Sound Bath is not the same as simply listening to music. While both involve sound, the experience of a Sound Bath is distinct and intentional. In a Sound Bath, various instruments such as crystal singing bowls, gongs, chimes, and other sound tools are used to create a therapeutic and immersive environment. These instruments produce a range of frequencies and vibrations that are designed to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and stimulate a sense of well-being. Unlike conventional music, which may have lyrics or a specific rhythm, the sounds produced during a Sound Bath are often non-linear and harmonically rich. The intention is to create a sonic landscape that encourages participants to enter a deep state of relaxation and meditation. The vibrations of the instruments are believed to resonate with the body's energy centers, or chakras, promoting balance and healing. While some Sound Baths may incorporate melodic elements, the primary focus is on the therapeutic and meditative qualities of the sounds themselves. Participants often lie down or sit comfortably during a Sound Bath, allowing the vibrations to wash over them and create a sense of tranquility. In summary, a Sound Bath goes beyond the experience of listening to music. It offers a unique and immersive journey into the world of sound vibrations, fostering relaxation, inner exploration, and a profound sense of well-being.
  • What happens if we fall asleep during the session?
    Falling asleep during a sound bath session is entirely natural and can be a sign that your body and mind are deeply relaxed and responding positively to the therapeutic vibrations. Sound bath experiences are designed to induce a state of relaxation, reduce stress, and promote overall well-being. If you happen to fall asleep during the session, there's no need to worry; it's a testament to the effectiveness of the session's calming and soothing effects. While some participants may remain awake and fully present throughout the session, others may find themselves drifting into a more relaxed state, and some might even fall asleep. Regardless of whether you're awake or asleep, the therapeutic benefits of the sound bath are still at work. The vibrations from instruments such as singing bowls, gongs, and chimes continue to resonate with your body's energy centers, promoting balance and healing. It's worth noting that the experience of a sound bath is personal and can vary from session to session. Some individuals may find that they feel more awake and alert after a sound bath, while others may feel deeply refreshed and rejuvenated after a brief nap-like state. In conclusion, falling asleep during a sound bath is a natural response and should not be a cause for concern. It's an indication that your body and mind are embracing the relaxation and healing benefits of the session. Whether you remain awake or doze off, the therapeutic vibrations of the sound bath are working to promote your overall well-being.
  • Is it mandatory to lay on the floor/mat?
    No it's not. Typically people like to lay down for these experiences. However, it's also an option to sit on a cusion, chair, or sofa. We have done these in office areas that had everyone sitting on sofas.
  • What Outcomes Can We Expect from the Event?
    Connection to inner peace and calm Connecting to your team members Quiet the mind - monkey brain Lessen anxiety and depression Build awareness of self Release of thoughts that aren't serving in positive ways Amplify self-confidence Feeling a connection to others Inspire creative ideas and solutions
  • Is this a meditation? What if we aren't good at meditation?
    Yes, a sound bath session does incorporate elements of meditation, but it's important to note that it is quite different from traditional meditation practices. During a sound bath, participants are guided into a state of deep relaxation through the therapeutic sounds and vibrations of instruments like singing bowls, gongs, and chimes. While meditation often involves focusing on the breath or a specific thought, sound bath meditation is more about surrendering to the sounds and allowing them to wash over you. It's completely okay if you feel like you're not "good" at meditation. Sound bath sessions are designed to be accessible to everyone, regardless of their meditation experience. In fact, many people find it easier to relax and let go during a sound bath because the soothing sounds and vibrations naturally guide them into a meditative state. The sound bath experience is more about being present, letting go of stress, and allowing the therapeutic sounds to create a calming and healing environment. Even if you've struggled with traditional meditation practices, you can still benefit from the relaxation and rejuvenation that a sound bath offers. If you're new to meditation or have found it challenging in the past, a sound bath might be an ideal way for you to experience the benefits of meditation in a gentle and effortless way. Just lie down, listen, and let the sounds carry you into a state of deep relaxation and tranquility.
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