kathy_hamerKatherine Hamer

Katherine Hamer is a Certified Singing Bowl teacher, practitioner & artist. She is a graduate of the State University at New Paltz with a BA degree in Art History, Art and Earth & Physical Sciences. She has studied extensively with master teachers around the world in the fields of spiritualism, mysticism, sound & energy healing, meditation, Neuro Lingustic Programming (NLP), psychology, and intuitive arts.

Kathy is a devoted student, friend and colleague of Master Teacher Suren Shrestha and is licensed to teach and practice singing bowl healing through the Atma Buti International Sound Healing & Vibration Institute located in Boulder, Colorado.

She has been invited to share her collection of ancient singing bowls at distinguished venues such as The United Nations, Canyon Ranch, Soul Camp (East & West), the Rubin Museum, the Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Ahimsa Yoga & Music Festival,  Rodney Yee & Colleen Saidman’s Yoga Shanti NYC Studio, Donna Karan’s Urban Zen, Courtney Bauer’s Studio Anya, and more.

In her practice, Kathy sees many different people walking unique paths. She specializes in working with clients healing the side effects of cancer, emotional & physical trauma, PTSD, stress, anxiety and grief.  She especially loves sharing the bowls with children in New York City and around the world. 

She is a member of the Sound Healers Association and is honored to on the Board of Directors for the Aama Orphanage Education Foundation (AOEF) supporting the children of Khandbari, Nepal.

Katherine maintains a private practice in Manhattan and Upstate New York.

For more information on Suren Shrestha, visit www.SurenShrestha.com & www.AtmaButi.org

For individual, group sound healing meditations or to become a certified practitioner call or email.

Sound & Vibrational Healing with Ancient Tibetan Singing Bowls
293 Central Park West, Suite 1R
New York, NY 10024
Email: info @ katherinehamer.com
Phone 917.763.8337 

SoulCamp/MC Yogi/ 2015

Soul Camp West 2015

“God save the child that rings that bell.
It may have one good ring, baby, you can’t tell.
One watch by night, one watch by day.
If you get confused, listen to the music play”.

Franklin’s Tower (Hunter/Garcia)