Lynn Noble, founder

Board Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC), Neurologic Music Therapist (NMT), Advanced Teacher of Therapeutic Yoga (RYT-500), Sound Healer

soundrootshealing@gmail.com ~ (802) 391-4437

Lynn is an integrative and humanistic practitioner, honoring the uniqueness and connectedness of each individual and group. She practices from the framework that each of us is whole, complete, and capable of self-healing. Sessions simply create the context for that empowered transformation and integration to flow. Lynn was raised with music and has studied voice, flute, guitar, piano, percussion, composition, theory, and psychoacoustics. She has found her most healing and transformational experiences through sound and yoga, and is passionate about sharing what she has discovered and witnessed. Lynn has sung with those who don't speak, danced with those who strain to walk, breathed deeply with those who are overcome by stress, and found peace with those who live in chaos. Lynn sits on the Board as Director of Development for the Mrs. JC Farley Foundation, and local nonprofit organization that supports music and arts education in rural and underserved communities. She also finds deep inspiration through adventures in nature and nourishing food. These experiences, along with education through Middlebury College, University of the Pacific, Yoga Mayu, Laughing Lotus, Asta Yoga, the Globe Institute for Sound and Consciousness, the International Academy of Sound Healing, the Kripalu School of Integrative Yoga Therapy, and the International Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy have inspired her to create Sound Roots.

As a Board Certified Music Therapist and Neurologic Music Therapist, Lynn implements evidence-based music experiences to achieve individualized non-musical goals. This encompasses cognitive, communication, emotional, physiological, psychosocial, and spiritual work. Her integrative and therapeutic yoga principles remain rooted in sharing a grounded, safe, balanced practice supported by breath, mindfulness, meditation, and alignment. Fusing art and science, Lynn uses sound and movement to kindle awareness, skill, self-regulation, understanding, and insight.

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Music therapy

Lynn Noble, MT-BC, NMT, is a board certified music therapist and neurologic music therapist.  She has experience working within many different health system configurations, from hospitals to elder care and hospice, and with many other populations in all phases of life (children and adolescents in schools, veterans, and adult mental health care). She has also shared music therapy in homes and community centers for children and adults with developmental disabilities, and in early intervention groups for families. Lynn is very open to co-facilitating and collaboration. 

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yoga

Lynn Noble, RYT-500 Advanced Teacher of Therapeutic Yoga, has been practicing yoga for most of her life. She believes that this mindfulness allows us self-observation, meaning, and intention in every moment. She is overjoyed to share the light she has found and hold space for healing and wellness. Uniting the physiological, intellectual, and emotional selves is a guiding force for her teaching. Lynn supports her students with a grounded, safe, and balanced practice that is rooted in rhythmic breath and alignment. She offers guidance to deepen each asana and explore the self in preparation for what lies beyond.

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Sound Healing

Lynn Noble is a sound healer who has been certified through the Globe Institute of Sound and Consciousness, as well as the International Academy of Sound Healing for advanced practice. She believes strongly in the power of vibrational healing, and has been trained in the use of many tools including voice, quartz crystal singing bowls, bronze singing bowls, and tuning forks. Lynn incorporates knowledge and wisdom from a variety of teachers and traditions. Our sonic environment is vital to health, and has profound effects on all levels of existance

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Mission

Sound Roots exists to share the power of music therapy, yoga, and sound healing in support of individual and community wellness. We are dedicated to creating the conditions for empowered self-healing to occur, as we are all whole and complete.We offer authentic services provided by passionate credentialed practitioners in the modalities of Music Therapy, Yoga, and Sound Healing. Using these tools, we work to create connection, expression, inspiration, empowerment, self-understanding, transformation, and peace. Sound Roots aspires to meet the needs of the community, and to integrate the modalities of Music Therapy, sound healing, and yoga tradition so that we may all grow and thrive. 


sound

/sound/

noun

  1. a particular auditory impression; sensation perceived by the sense of hearing

  2. energy transmitted by pressure waves in a material medium (such as air) and is the objective cause of hearing

  3. a particular musical style characteristic of an individual, a group, or an area

verb

  1. to make known

  2. to make or convey an impression

  3. to put into words

  4. resound

adjective

  1. free from injury or disease

  2. (of sleep) deep and undisturbed

  3. solid, firm, stable

  4. exhibiting or based on thorough knowledge and experience; free from error; logically valid based on true premises

  5. showing good judgment or sense

 

root

/ro͞ot/

noun

  1. the part of a plant that attaches it to the ground or to a support, typically underground, conveying water and nourishment to the rest of the plant via numerous branches and fibers

  2. origin or source (as of a condition or quality)

    • in music: the fundamental note of a chord

  3. underlying support, essential core

  4. the ancestors of a person or group of people

verb

  1. to furnish with or enable to develop roots;  to fix or implant

  2. establish deeply and firmly

  3. to have an origin or base

  4. to turn over, dig up, or discover and bring to light

  5. to noisily applaud or encourage; to wish the success of or lend support to someone or something