Edan Sound

Heal; In Northern Middle English means ‘to make sound’, to become healthy again.

© 2017 Edan Sound, Sound Therapy by Soesen Edan

EDAN SOUND

Edan Sound, run by Soesen Edan, specialises in individual and group therapeutic sound sessions.

Soesen Edan is a certified Sound Therapist with The British Academy of Sound Therapy and a member of The Therapeutic Sound Association (TSA).

Edan Sound uses sound as a tool to help heal and balance. Soesen has worked all over the country with a variety of groups and individuals including people with Autism, chronic illness, in special and mainstream schools, with individual members of the public, with elderly dementia patients and in hospices.

Sound Services

Edan Sound works across a number of disciplines using sound.
Feel free to ask Soesen for more information on any of the areas.

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1-2-1 Sound Therapy
Group Sound Baths
Performance & Collaboration
Schools Workshops, Special Needs & Autism

Work Experience

Special Needs and Mainstream Schools:

ATHAC Group

Work with a small group of Autistic young people over 1 year. Members had a spectrum of needs and abilities. Great observations and shifts made with this group using passive sound therapy methods.

Calthorpe Academy

Mini Sound Bath sessions with severe special needs groups.

King Edward VI Aston School

Festival of Cultures, Schools Workshops with 11-16 yr olds.

Talks & Presentations:

Health & Community Care:

Terence Higgins Trust

Multiple Sound Baths run with a support group for people suffering from HIV or AIDS.

Bournville Village Trust

Regular sessions with Elderly Dementia Patients in their Care Home.

Performance, Art & Collaboration:

Collaborative performances with tabla maestro Mendi Singh and Kora player Dan Wilkinson, Birmingham Buddhist Centre & The Old Printworks.

 

No Thyself; ACE funded project, supporting Swedish band Goat; Improvised performance with percussionist Walt Shaw and Kate hall, Green St Warehouse, Birmingham.

 

Eden Reborn; ACE funded live poetry, animation & sound performance by Elisabeth Charis, Midlands Art Centre, Birmingham