The core of Living Spirit Therapy Services is in music therapy. Music therapy is a health service similar to physical, occupational, and speech therapy that uses music as the therapeutic tool for nonmusical change. In music therapy Living Spirit uses the music to address physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral needs through music. All music therapists are board certified, carrying the credential MT-BC to practice. Find more information on music therapy here.
Living Spirit Empowering Wellness Initiative
The Empowering Wellness Initiative was designed to help parents improve physical and mental health and overall wellness. This initiative is free for one month for individuals from historically marginalized communities. Check here for schedule and direct links for registration.
Sprouting Melodies Early Childhood Music Classes
Sprouting Melodies Early Childhood Music Classes offer age specific early childhood music classes for babies, toddlers, and preschool-age children focused on parent and child bonding; having fun; learning to use music to calm, stimulate, and engage; and social, emotional, cognitive, preacademic, musical, and physical growth and development.
There are options for library sponsored classes that are no cost to families! All participants also receive a professionally recorded album, at home activity ideas, a book and/or instrument, and get access to the Empowering Wellness Initiative for parent wellness while enrolled in addition to classes.
Sprouting Melodies early childhood music classes are facilitated by board-certified music therapists (MT-BC) who have undergone additional training on early childhood development and music. All classes are currently virtual.
Living Spirit also offers adaptive music lessons for children and individuals with special needs and musical playdates.
- Find this and other similar services in our Twin Cities Special Needs ShortList.
- Find more Family Music Classes Here.