The Healer’s Healer
Katherine Hamer is a certified Singing Bowl teacher, practitioner and artist. She is a graduate of SUNY New Paltz with a B.A. degree in Art History and Art & Earth Sciences. She has studied extensively with master teachers around the world in the fields of spiritualism, mysticism, sound and energy healing, meditation, Neuro Lingustic Programming (NLP), psychology, and intuitive arts.
Katherine maintains a private Singing Bowl healing practice in Manhattan and Upstate New York.
“Every time I leave Kathy, I feel incredibly relaxed in my being and my body and I know I can handle whatever challenge or blessing life is bringing me. If you’re seeing this, know that it’s not a mistake, and Kathy is worth every penny.”
Co-Founder and Director, Soul Camp LLC
Honoring the Lineage of
Singing Bowl Sound Healing
Katherine 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 in Boulder, CO.
Katherine is a member of the Sound Healers Association and is honored to be on the Board of Directors for the Aama Orphanage Education Foundation (AOEF) supporting the children of Khandbari, Nepal.
About the Singing Bowl Studio
Honoring the Spirit of Place & Purpose
Towns Hospital (current location of The Singing Bowl Studio)
293 Central Park West, Manhattan, New York
Towns Hospital was a famous center for the treatment of alcoholism. Dr. William Silkworth, Medical Superintendent at Towns, treated 40,000 alcoholics, including Bill Wilson. Bill and Lois Wilson are the co-founders of Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon Family Groups. Mr. Wilson was treated for alcoholism in Towns Hospital four times between 1933 and 1934, and ultimately had a spiritual experience there that led him to sobriety.
Dr. Mitchell Gaynor
Dr. Mitchell L. Gaynor, a Manhattan oncologist and popular author who taught cancer patients to supplement conventional medicine with soothing music, diet and meditation; he practiced what he prescribed.
“I immediately intuited that playing the bowls would change my life,” he wrote, “and the lives of many of my patients.”
“With body, speech and mind in perfect oneness I send my heart along with the sound of the bell. May all who hear it awaken from forgetfulness and transcend all anxiety and sorrow.”
–Monks and Nuns of Plum Village and Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh
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