Emile Janse is a sound healer that specializes in using the didgeridoo, handpan, and vocal overtones; particularly throatsinging. After playing piano and guitar for most of his childhood, Emile was struck by the flowing peacefulness induced by the Native American Flute. For two years, Emile climbed the tallest redwoods in Santa Cruz to play flutes in the trees. He came across the didgeridoo and Tuvan-Throatsinging which deepened his appreciation for ancient sounds used by tribespeople and nomads. Emile performs and holds sound healing meditations around California using voice, didgeridoo, handpan, and flute.
Emile practices bringing high vibration sounds to as many beings as possible. He gathers people to explore group vocal intonation – the practice of using voice together intuitively. Using sound in this way with simple guidance and a workshop container gives us the opportunity to have deep emotional healing, or experience high energetic states of peace and awareness. Emile finds that toning in groups creates a profound, sometimes transcendent, feeling of connection and Oneness.
He is joined by Carlos Aparicio and together they host events as The Human Light Ship. Carlos has been a student of Mayan frequency healing for the last seven years via his family lineage. He has created a form of sound healing he calls Soul-Singing. In Soul-Singing, Carlos observes the energy of people around him and reflects it as sound that has no basis in language, but is deeply embedded in the structure of existence and creation itself.