Art of Aging Presents “Turn Up the Music in Your Life” on June 13, 2017

Earthtones Music Therapy. (Heidi Hoffman Photography)

Turn Up the Music In Your Life! Presentation for the Art of Aging/of Dying series at the Hoffman Center for the Arts in Manzanita on Tuesday, June 13, 2017 from 3 to 5 pm.

Jodi Winwalker, LCSW,MT-BC, of Earthtones Music Therapy Services will inspire you to explore the joy of music and researched reasons for including more music in your life.  You’ll learn about exciting brain research in recent years, and the ways music can prevent or delay brain aging.

As part of the Art of Aging series at the Hoffman Center for the Arts in Manzanita Jodi Winwalker offers a dynamic and engaging presentation on how and why the aging brain needs music. This is a rare opportunity to explore singing, movement and playing simple instruments that will inspire you. No prior musical experience is necessary to enjoy and benefit from this session. Admission for the presentation is $5.

Jodi Winwalker is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Board Certified Music Therapist, and founder and CEO of Earthtones Music Therapy Services, LLC.  She is a popular and entertaining presenter with over 35 years of experience developing music therapy programs for children, adults and seniors.

Earthtones Music Therapy. (Heidi Hoffman Photography)

Her company, Earthtones, is a university-affiliated internship site for graduating music therapy students from Marylhurst University, Utah State University, Seattle pacific University and Berklee College of Music. In addition to providing life-changing music therapy services, Jodi lends her expertise to community projects such as the Sing Here Now community choir for persons living with dementia, and the Music Now! program that brings Oregon Symphony musicians and music engagement to assisted living homes. A recipient of the 2007 Betty Isern Howery Award for professional excellence, Jodi is committed to informing the public about the power of music and increasing people’s awareness of how they can use music to promote their own health and access to music therapy for those they care for.

“Those who have met Jodi know first hand that her heart, compassion, and joie de vivre knows no bounds.”  Staff Facebook post

“It is difficult for me to impart fully enough Jodi’s beautiful spirit.  She is truly one of those persons who light up a room with her presence and can make everyone feel at ease with her gifts of sharing and bringing out in others the deeply human capacity for music.” Mary Ruhl, Manzanita resident

Join us to explore the value of music for yourself and your loved ones. 

 For further information contact Tela Skinner,

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