Jeremy Allan Michael Sills

Jeremy Allan Michael Sills, is a gifted Musician with a B.A. in music from Carleton University, & 20 years of training and exploring the healing power of sound.  Having trained with Barclay MacMillan, Joy Gardner, Norma Gentile, Tom Kenyon, and others.  For the past 5 years he has been working with the plant medicine ayahuasca, and studying one of the most ancient forms of sound healing, working with healers in the art of Shipibo medicine rooted in the Amazon Jungle. Throughout the year, Jeremy offers sound healing meditations, Lunar Vocal Toning Sessions, Kirtan Circles, and private house concerts. His sessions weave a deep tapestry of a powerful vibration and frequency, with the intention of awareness, transformation and healing for all involved. 

A trained multi-instrumentalist, Jeremy’s cast  includes crystal singing bowls, Tibetan metal bowls, eclectic vocals, overtoning, gongs, drums, flutes, guitars & piano.  He also teaches music as well as sound healing work shops throughout the year within Canada Nationally and Internationally. He currently lives with his beautiful wife and two children for much of the year in the Sacred Valley of Peru.

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