The Healing Wave Music Project is led by Bernadette Yao (guitar, vocals, singing bowls), Rebecca Swett (harp) and Deanna Johnson (flute)
The Healing Wave Music Project is led by Bernadette Yao (guitar, vocals, singing bowls), Rebecca Swett (harp) and Deanna Johnson (flute)

LITTLETON -- Experience music and sound therapy with the Healing Wave Music Project on Sunday, June 1, from 3 to 5 p.m., at The Congregational Church of Littleton. The event seeks to transform and uplift your life through chanting, singing, listening and meditating to the sounds of guitar, harp, flute and healing vibrations of the Himalayan and crystal singing bowls

Led by certified energy therapist, musician and composer Bernadette Yao, with accompaniment from harpist Rebecca Swett and flutist Deanna Johnson, the concert is a sonic immersion of music and sounds to transport you into a deep place of relaxation.

Yao leads workshops at the Virginia Thurston Healing Garden in Harvard. She is a volunteer at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital for patients in oncology, ICU and palliative care. Swett performs several times a month at Emerson and Lowell General hospitals' oncology and radiation waiting areas. Johnson has expanded her performances into World music with Yao and played for yoga classes.

The Congregational Church of Littleton is located at 330 King St. A suggested donation of $15 will go to a charity sponsored by the Congregational Church of Littleton. Contact HealingWaveTherapies@gmail.com or call 781-771-2201 to register. For information, visit healingwavetherapies.com.