Megan and Lynn met and began improvising together at FluteHaven Native Flute School, Music for People, and Group Motion Dance. The basis for these organizations is that improvisation and the arts are for everyone.
From these influences, they began Soundbody, which also has an emphasis on healing, well-being, and the transformation process. Lynn and Megan have presented on-line seminars in music and dance for New One Earth Network.
Lynn is a Music Therapist and Sound Healer. She is the author of SpiritArts, Transformation through Creating Art, Music and Dance.
Lynn is a presenter for JamHaven. She was on staff for Flute Haven, Music for People and taught Music Therapy at Immaculata University.
Lynn has conducted workshops in Italy, France, Mexico, Canada, India and Switzerland. She presented at Omega Institute, Globe Sound Healing Conferences, and was the keynote for the 2016 Music Healing and Transition Conference.
Dr. Megan Murphy King
Megan is a certified facilitator of Group Motion dance and has facilitated and played music for Group Motion dance workshops for 10 years. She is president of the Group Motion Board of Directors. Megan has been a dancer in various performance projects and co-directed, choreographed, and danced in a dancing version of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.
Megan plays flute, tenor saxophone, and enjoys vocal improv in various groups. She is a graduate of Music for People and facilitates music improvisation classes. Megan enjoys collaborating and combining her various passions (which also includes art, psychology, and science) to create unique experiential workshops and retreats.