About Terry Silberstein
Terry is a Certified Meditation Teacher, Breathwork Coach, and Sound Healing Practitioner with a passion for helping others heal and grow to their fullest potential.
Her training includes six different Sound Healing Practitioner Certifications, a Breathwork Certification, and a 200-hour Meditation Training. She is currently working on completing a 9-month Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training as well as a Biofield Tuning Practitioner Certification.
Terry knows first-hand the challenges and frustrations of those seeking deep emotional healing, because she herself was faced with overcoming trauma and PTSD at a young age. Her self-healing journey has been extensive and she has used different healing modalities including Mindfulness, Meditation, Yoga, Sound Healing, Energy Work, Nutritional Therapy, Psychotherapy, and the wonderful 12 step program work that she used as one of the tools for overcoming an eating disorder.
She has personally found that the combination of Breathwork, Sound Healing and Meditation has been the most powerful and efficient for her own deep inner transformation.
Healing Through Meditation
Terry’s message to anyone seeking healing and spiritual growth is, “Treat yourself with loving kindness. Healing takes time, dedication, and perseverance, but you WILL see results if you put in the work. Breathwork and Sound are like fertilizers for healing. These modalities help you connect to the innate healing intelligence of the body. Give these techniques a try and see for yourself!”
In a sound bath healing, we embark on a deep inner journey through space, conscious awareness, breath, tone and vibration—and similar to deep meditation, the resonant sound patterns provide an opportunity for the logical mind to recede.
Intriguing journeys take place; dream-like stories and musically inspired visions emerge while under the influence of sound. I continue to be inspired by the countless stories of profound experiences that others share after one our classes.
“To love is to be there. We cannot love if we are not fully breathing into each moment. May we have the courage to open to each moment with a sense of curiosity. May we have the desire to show up for ourselves no matter what. May we put our hands on our hearts and speak in a gentle voice, Dear One, I am here for you. Dear One, I am here for you. Dear One, I am here for you. All my love.”
—Thich Nhat Hanh