Musician and sound healer Lori LeBlanc will present Tibetan two singing bowl concerts: Friday, Sept. 16 from 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. at the Camden Yoga Barn, 255 Molyneaux Road; and Sunday, Sept. 18 from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Belfast Yoga Studio, 424 Belfast Center, in the big red and white building at 9 Field St.

As an artist and a musician, LeBlanc has a passion for music that led her to explore the healing power of sound.

“The Tibetan singing bowls, from Nepal, are not only pleasing to the human ear, they offer harmonic vibrations that support healing and balancing,” said LeBlanc, who is certified in Polarity Therapy and BioSonic Repatterning as well as Tibetan Singing Bowl Therapy.

LeBlanc said this ancient practice allows listeners to access a meditative and physically relaxed state.

“These beautiful bowls invite us to open our hearts, clear our minds and enter the deep well of silence,” she said.

LeBlanc has been a sound healer and a licensed massage therapist since 1994. In her practice, she has used vocal toning, tuning forks, the didgeridoo, drums, bells and gongs as tools for healing. More recently, inspired by her teacher Shree Krishna Shahi, a third-generation singing bowl master from Nepal, LeBlanc has offered singing bowl therapy to both groups and individuals.

Suggested donation for the concerts is $15 to $5. For more information on the concerts or her work, send email to, call 208-7492 or visit

VillageSoup Art/Entertainment Editor Dagney Ernest can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by email to