In Person Retreats


In-Person Retreat Sound Healing Immersion

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Robin Landsong


Christopher Parnell

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We invite you to join us for this Sound Healing Immersion: A profound journey of self-discovery and transformation. Reclaim your voice, awaken your creativity, and ignite your Sound Healer within.

Be immersed in the ancient resonance of Didgeridoo vibrations from Christopher, and soul-nourishing melodies of Singing Medicine from Robin. Let the vibration of music welcome home your sense of belonging while Robin is singing to the back of your heart at the same time Christopher is playing Didgeridoo to the front of your heart!

Together we will navigate through inner obstacles, opening the way to greater self-compassion. Self-compassion is a natural way to heal trauma response in our brain and body. We will expand our capacity for resilience and spaciousness within.

Embracing self-accounting can be a path to reveal purpose. We will celebrate embodiment through singing together, dancing, and Christopher drumming.

We will create art as a way to make our metamorphosis visible, create sweet connection, and unveil new depths of understanding. Join us on this land with sacred hot spring soaking and dancing our way to collective growth!

Robin led events:

  • Visionary art slide show: sacred messages from her Near Death Experiences where you are bathed in our belonging in The Web of Life.
  • Gracefully descend into the Delta brain state through group Craniosacral Therapy sessions.
  • Play in guided art-making sessions, allowing creativity to flow.

Christopher led events:

  • Engage in embodied breathwork, a sacred journey of self-discovery.
  • Experience somatic movement, guided with live music.

Heart Ceremony Led Together

  • Each person will receive their unique Medicine Song while being immerse in Didgeridoo Sound Healing, transformative vibrations with Singing Bowls, and Drumming.
  • We will end the retreat with a Sacred Dance Party.
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About Christopher Parnell

Sound & Breath Facilitator, Didgeridoo Crafter

For the past eleven years, I've dedicated myself to the fine-art of sound healing facilitation. This journey began with a profound shift in intention—from seeking escape to embracing embodied connection. Through this shift, I've attracted mentors and meditation practices that have helped me rewire limiting beliefs, continually unlocking the path to living a more purposeful life.

Located in Mt. Shasta, California, I spend my days crafting Didgeridoos and facilitating transformative sessions in Didgeridoo Sound Healing, Breath-work, and Qi Gong. Drawing from my extensive study with teachers of various healing modalities, I've cultivated a deep connection to the power of breath, heart, and hands. My teachings are inspired by my own life experiences, offering a practice of mindfulness that fosters presence and awareness.

About Robin Aisha Landsong

Craniosacral Therapist, Transformational Speaker, Visual Artist, Medicine Singer, Medical/ Health Intuitive, and Author of Loving Bravely

I have had two Near Death Experiences during the Rhodesian War in 1977 when I was eight years old. When I was called back to life by the Medicine Song of a rural Zimbabwean woman, it opened my own Medicine Songs, and I have given Singing Medicine to over 16,000 people over the past 22 years.

My specialties as a Craniosacral Therapist are trauma resolution, the neurobiology of connection, and restoring the natural rhythms in the body. I see each person’s gifts, strengths, and underlying cause of their physical, emotional, or spiritual distress. I help people come home to their creativity, intuition, and embodiment.

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Singing Medicine Ceremony

Singing Medicine Ceremony heals our collective need for belonging and being seen. Robin begins the ceremony with a prayer to hear, “What is Medicine for each person here today?” Through allowing the ancestral voices in the land to sing through her, each person receives a unique song that transmits, “I see you, see your courage for growth, see your vulnerabilities, see your generational healing, and your innate wholeness.” Each individual song adds to the group healing.

Singing Medicine calls people home. When our vitality is home, we can feel our true ‘yes’, and authentic ‘no’ in our body. We deepen our capacity to show up in our creativity, our heart, and our Divine Calling.

The songs that come through Robin range from a nurturing lullaby to a fierce initiation. She listens for the song you were born with, and weaves that with the songs she carries. People have experienced healing on physical, emotional, and generational trauma levels. We finish the ceremony with the group toning together. There will be time at the end to share our experiences. You are invited to come be deeply seen and connected!

Singing Medicine

Singing has been used as effective medicine for body, soul and community in many cultures throughout human history. People who attend Singing Medicine events report a variety of experiences. Many are profoundly moved and find renewed creativity for their purpose. Some experience emotional healing and tremendous insight, and for others being sung to is a pivotal life event.

Below are several experiences written by people after attending a Singing Medicine event. We asked each person "Please tell us the ways you were moved by Singing Medicine."

“Every spiritual tradition of the world has used sound to facilitate the passage between states of consciousness. From time immemorial the shaman hears the hidden music of the universe and sings it back through “medicine melodies,” that reflect a sacred unity with nature and have the power to heal body, mind and spirit. Many people in our own culture today are visited by such melodies—as if spontaneous transmissions from nature or the spirit world are “singing in” to the person.

Medicine melodies can be found in all traditions: from our own lullabies to Gregorian chants, Hebrew davennen, the kirtans, mantras and ragas from India, Tibetan ritual prayers, the zhikrs of the Sufis, Buddhist sutras and tantric chants, indigenous songs such as the icaros, and healing songs from Africa and the Americas. These melodies are divinely inspired.”  

Silvia Nakkach, M.A., M.M.T.

Being sung to by Robin is an experience of being seen in a way that gives permission to be the full expression of who I am. It inspires my most authentic self, and reminds me of my deepest connection to Source. I had never experienced anything like it before. It was so potent I felt weak in the knees.