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Listing Category: Singing Bowl Chakra Balancing
Bright Walker, BS, L.Ac., LMBT
Bright Walker, a native of Chapel Hill, resides in Carteret County, NC where she has worked with integrative therapies for over 25 years. Her experience in complementary healing includes massage therapy and acupuncture.
After earning her B.S. degree from Springfield College in Massachusetts, she attended the Carolina School of Massage Therapy in Carrboro; and started practicing therapeutic massage in Morehead City in 1991.
She is licensed for massage therapy by the state of North Carolina (#881).
Bright began her graduate training at the Traditional Acupuncture Institute, a Five-Element school, in Columbia, Maryland, and graduated in the master’s level program from the Florida Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, a TCM school, in St. Petersberg, Florida. Bright was interested in both theories of Chinese medicine and saw the importance of each.
In 2002, she integrated acupuncture into her practice in NC and is licensed for acupuncture by the state of North Carolina (#240) and is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Bright was initially introduced to the singing bowls by a sound practitioner in the late 1990s. During the powerful performances, as she listened to the beautiful sounds, the soothing vibrations emitted from the bowls were not only heard, but felt. After each performance, she observed her body to be in a more relaxed state and her energy renewed and peaceful.
Deeply inspired by this experience, Bright later studied and trained with notable sound practitioners from Colorado – Cynthia Cunningham and Sylvia Pelcz and pioneer and leader in sound healing Jonathan Goldman and Master Teachers from Nepal – Suren Shrestha and Shree Krishna Shahi.
It is now her desire to share the profound tones and vibrations of the singing bowls during performances, offering others an opportunity to personally experience the extraordinary power of sound.
In addition to offering concerts to groups, both locally and across the state, Bright continues her private practice of Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, Acutonic Tuning Forks and layers in the sounds of the Singing Bowls and Gongs to promote relaxation, health and healing.