AimeeConlee_bio_picAimee Conlee is a contemplative healing artist.

Aimee embraces sound and music as a pathway to the divine. She believes sound to be a tool for connection with self, others and beyond. Through dedicated practice and study, Aimee finds sound to be a gentle and profound method of healing. She joyfully shares this path of remembering and freeing our true voice through performance, ceremony, workshops and everyday life.

In 2009, Aimee received her certification in Sound, Voice and Music Healing from the California Institute for Integral Studies (CIIS), led by sound healing pioneer Silvia Nakkach. Aimee continues to study with Ms. Nakkach and draws inspiration for her life and teaching from the “Yoga of the Voice” method.

Since 2010, Aimee has been honored to be involved with the University of New Mexico Hospital’s Arts-in- Medicine program, which offers creative encounters to patients and healthcare staff in the clinical environment. Building a bridge for participants, she makes the realm of sound and vibration both accessible and fun. Aimee has been studying yoga and meditation for more than 15 years and singing and sounding her whole life.

 

SONG Aimee offers public performances featuring her original music, sacred chant from various traditions and world music.
SOUND Join Aimee for a workshop to experience the joy of creating and sharing sound and song in community.
SILENCE Before and after the sound, there is silence. Give space for breath and silence every day.

 

KIND WORDS

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“Winter Solstice can be a time of wonderful reflection– especially if you have the right environment.
When Aimee sang, all of us there were taken into our hearts. It was remarkable. I won’t forget it.”
-Elise from New Mexico

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“Thank you for sharing. Your voice and presence is amazing. It’s so soothing to hear your voice.
I want to listen every night before I go to bed to calm me.”
-Gina from Texas