Avishai Barnatan

Vibration is at the core of all life. The miraculous phenomenon of sound and music has played a key role in our human experience throughout the ages.

I am fascinated by how music can inspire us, give us strength and courage and dispel the illusion of being separate from nature and one another. Sound has the power to alleviate physical pain, shift emotional and psychological states and re-align us with our natural frequency, bringing about healing, harmony and connection.

My work and service is to help you ‘tune in’ and support you on your journey. Whether facilitating a sound healing session, composing, recording, producing or performing on stage.

I currently live in the lush Byron Bay hinterland where I also record and produce the work of other artists – helping them bring their music to life! I perform with my band Hamsa at private events around Australia.

Music helps me share what I cannot express with words. During my travels my love affair with music grew and I spent endless nights playing and singing my heart out, eventually performing and touring internationally. This taught me that music is a universal language that can bridge cultural divides and bring people together in harmony, unity and open hearts.

Inspired by ancient and mystic wisdom, as well as contemporary scientific research regarding the power of sound and its therapeutical effects, I began to understand that we are ultimately vibrational beings by nature and are constantly affected by our environment.

In 1990, I started exploring different aspects of sound and its uses for physical & emotional transformation and healing. I now facilitate group and individual sound healing sessions – applying different techniques of voice work and vibrational therapy to help inspire, alleviate pain, stress and anxiety and give people support on their healing journey. Through the years I have worked with people with cancer, various addictions, anxiety and stress related conditions.

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Did you know your voice is an incredible healing instrument?
Come join a transformational experience and discover how to release stress and bring more harmony and focus into your life.

This coming Saturday 20th October from 11.30am-3pm at Ananda Hot Yoga 9 Bayview st. Belgrave. limted spots available!

The Vocal toning workshop is a fun and profound vocal exploration. Learn some simple vocal toning exercises, overtone singing and gain powerful tools for your own practice and healing. In a safe supportive environment you can learn how to use your voice for releasing stress and blockages, increasing harmony and clarity and raising your vibration.This is not a singing workshop ! You don't need to be a singer! In fact If you feel shy or constricted with your voice and expression, this can be a great gift for you

“Avishai Barnatan is a master of sound and his voice is a true instrument. I really enjoyed exploring my own voice under his guidance" Kathy Kruger

"Avishai has a beautiful, gentle way of holding safe space. I felt welcomed and inspired.
The workshop reminded me that sound is medicine and I found myself humming all the way home." Beata

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11 months ago

Soundshower starting at 7 pm at Dance of life 250 George st Fitzroy.
If you’re in the neighbourhood come join. If you’re wondering about the recent road work around here... it’s all clear near the studio 😃
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11 months ago

Just about to start a soundshower at wemove studio in Mullumbimby. If you are feeling it welcome to get here before 5pm. ... See MoreSee Less

12 months ago

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here's a short inspirational video about some of the effects of music...

Hashem Al-Ghaili
Here is what music does to your body.
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2 years ago

From the Pyramids to Coral Castle, tales of sound levitation exist throughout history. Scientists are now proving the physics behind these unlikely myths, and this tale from 1939 shows it is possible with heavy stones. Explore more forgotten technology: http://bit.ly/2CVIJn6
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