Create Well-Being and Control Stress with Positive Sound

Listen to “Controlling Stress and Anxiety With Sound”.

Stress and anxiety seem to be more rampant than ever! So, I called Sharon Carne, founder of Sound Wellness and author of ‘Listen From the Inside Out.’ In addition to being an author and the lead trainer for Sound Wellness, she has produced 8 CDs, including “Transmutation, Shed the Negative,” “Woodland Song,” and “Blissful Chimes,” and a series of DVDs, all based on creating a space of calm and well-being

In our conversation, Sharon shares how sound creates positive and negative responses in our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies, plus
• How to use a simple hum to relieve stress and calm yourself,
• Why it is essential to understand the impact of how sound influences well-being,
• Ways to create a more peaceful environment for stress and anxiety reduction,
And, so much more…

More About Our Guest: Sharon Carne is an author, speaker, musician, recording artist, sound healer and Reiki master. She’s the founder of Sound Wellness, whose programs are at the forefront of education in how sound and music can be easily applied to your everyday life – to reduce stress, support your health, energize you, inspire you and more.

Sharon has felt the love of music for most of her life. After falling in love with the Classical guitar in her teens and earning her Bachelor of Music and Master of Fine Arts degrees, she has taken her love of music and dove deep into understanding how sound can create wellness and well-being.

In addition to being the lead trainer at Sound Wellness, Sharon speaks and trains for corporate and private events – many of them based within the medical community, including Integrative Health Institute at Mount Royal University, Canadian Blood Services, Canadian Mental Health Commission, the Alberta Health Region conference on Chronic Disease Management, plus numerous staff and teacher conferences, countless radio shows, and many corporate and private events. Learn more at

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