Trainer Profile

Hello, I’m Jen! My goal is to take the mind to a meditative state using rhythm as a conduit for contemplative practice.

Kara Welch

Kara Welch is a D.C.-based musician specializing in harp and soul. Kara has played harp since 2006 and completed her therapeutic music certification with the Music for Healing and Transition Program (MHTP) in 2019. She regularly provides healing music for patient bedsides at George Washington University as well as traditional harp gigs including everything from graduations to galas to galleries. Kara provides modal music to create a sound bath encouraging deeper meditation. In addition to her musical inclination, Kara is also a yoga instructor with a passion for yin.
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sound bath
Sound is one of the most ancient, effective, and accessible tools we have for healing. The human body is designed to interact with and embody sound in a powerful way that allow you to rest and revitalize your body, mind and spirit. Lay back, let the tones of the bowls wash over you, and drop into a state of relaxation through a guided sound meditation. Depart class feeling recharj’ed and renewed.

Harp: The harp, considered the most ancient of the stringed instruments, has been admired for its soothing and angelic sound. Therapeutic benefits of live harp music includes regulating stress hormones, equalizing and slowing down brain waves, inducing restful sleep, releasing physical and emotional suffering, and helping listeners to access peaceful states conducive to healing.