Date Recognized: September 20, 2019
Sector: Community & Faith-Based Organization
Wellness Music Therapy and Essential Oils was created to advance the knowledge of music, sound vibration, and the beneficial properties of plant-based products for mental and physical support. Our goal is to foster a community of support and discovery for the clients we work with and with other healthcare practitioners.
We utilize a multidisciplinary approach and provide educational resources for healthcare practitioners and customers about the benefits of music, sound vibration and plant based natural health remedies. Also a training platform, Wellness Music Therapy and Essential Oils teaches a collaborative approach that combines transpersonal counseling, music therapy techniques, meditation, crystal singing bowls, journeying through essential oils and guided imagery to help clients discover how to lead an inspired, content and harmonious life.
Through our network of practitioners in the community, we serve children, adolescents, adults and older adults, homeless, veterans and military families, and people with various developmental and physical disabilities.
Wellness Music Therapy and Essential Oils is a leader in the community, providing training for wellness practitioners, education for clients and public workshops focusing on natural wellness products and imagery techniques that can help those living with chronic pain or sadness. We work closely with veterans to create new supportive therapies within the Healthcare System, as well.
When asked about why she wanted to become a partner with Live Well San Diego, Ellen Whealton, Owner, responded: “I believe in the vision of Live Well San Diego and can see how seamlessly it fits with that of Wellness Music Therapy and Essential Oils. I’m particularly in alignment with the overall vision to work together with other healthcare partners to create meaningful change in the community. I believe that collectively, we can empower ourselves and others to advocate for an take control of our health."