Halton Harps music workshops and programs serve the Halton and GTA surrounding areas. We are a certified regional provider facilitating recreational harp workshops and therapeutic harp music support services. We aim to help people appreciate the healing and recreational benefits of hearing and playing “live” harp music.
What We Do: Bring our community together to enjoy the experience of music making.
Our Goal: We are changing lives one harp at the time.
Halton Harps for…Health, Comfort, Relaxation, Restoration, Community, Education, Fun, Wellness Centers, Alzheimers Centers, Women’s Auxiliaries, Rehabilitation Centers, Correctional Institutions, Holistic Health Retreats, Long Term Care Facilities, Corporate Stress Management and so much more.
No Prior Musical Experience Is Necessary For Our Workshops.
We create unique workshop programs to celebrate and share music making experiences using our rainbow set of harps with all of you in the community. As a facilitator of the Rainbow of Sound® and Color My World© programs, we have workshops to fit the needs of children, youth, and adults. See for yourself and watch our video.
You’ll enjoy the hands on harps experience making music, meeting new people and creating new friendships. Relax and enjoy being part of this exclusive harp music making experience.
Therapeutic Harp – For Your Spiritual Care
Halton Harps brings the soothing sounds of therapeutic harp music to those in hospice, palliative care and hospitalized children including those with special needs (autism, CP, ADHD, down-syndrome etc.) Our unique offering of harp music at the bedside provides peace, comfort and relaxation to those in nursing homes, assisted living facilities and private residences. Read more…
Research has proven that when people experience the sound of relaxing music, they relax which leads to deeper breathing. In turn, this helps in the oxygenation of the body helping people to gain a better sense of well-being. ~Christina Tourin
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We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.