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Upcoming Events:

Open {air} Anahata festival

August 2-5, 2024

Join us for three magical days of celebrating connection to nature, to our hearts and to each other. Live music, soundbath, soul-nourishing workshops, dancing, community meals, family-friendly fun in the nature!

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Rhythms of Renewal: Cacao ceremony, Ecstatic Dance and Soundbath
September 6, 2024

Join us for a night of deep relaxation and rejuvenation through a cacao ceremony, ecstatic dance, and a soothing sound bath!

Heart-Shaped Rock Island

What is Sound Healing?


From Hindu mantras to Siberian shaman's drum to Amazonian Ayahuasca icaros - sound has been used for millennia by different cultures to change the energy and to alter physical state, to bring healing and transformation.

Recent scientific studies now also confirm that though the phenomena of entrainment our brainwaves adjust to the wavelength of the sound, allowing us to use specific frequencies to facilitate different physical and emotional states.

Every organ of our body, every energetic centre has its own frequency, it's own sound.

We have studied and practiced different healing traditions to utilize sound as one of our tools to offer this healing experience and bring peace, joy and relaxation into lives of everyone.


We strongly believe that contemporary world needs connection now more than ever.

Connection between individuals, connection between people and nature and connection within ourselves - between our hearts and minds.

Our sound healing events were created specifically to facilitate a space to strengthen these connections. We aim to provide regular and accessible healing practice to the larger community.


project Mariri
Is a series of regular healing events in Toronto with a foundation in sound healing.
Soundbath is an experience where specifically tuned instruments are used for the creation of a deep state of relaxation, harmonizing our bodies and minds.
It is journey guided by sound, which takes you into a meditative or entranced state where deep emotional processing and release can occur, deep-seated stress can be released and the spirit can travel unobstructed.
During each event we offer a different intention and inspiration for our gathering, weaving teachings and healing into an ongoing relationship with our community.

Shamanic Sound Practicum

Is a hands-on workshop for anyone who wants to learn how to use music as medicine.
It is an inclusive space where we come together to co-create the soundscapes for each other with an intention to support healing, growth, learning and insight.
Let your heart guide you, hear your inner voice, take a look at the signs and messages that waiting to be discovered.
As a group, we will be co-creating a healing soundscape for a receiver. Participants will take turns in receiving - journeying through the soundscape.
No previous musical experience is necessary. Ceremony grade instruments will be provided. You may bring your favourite instruments, if you have any.

Project Mariri is a collaboration between Mariya Garnet and Masha Andreeeva based on their longstanding dedication to using music as medicine.

Their experience with traditional healing modalities of South and North America and Eurasia informs their shared values that nature is sacred and that we are all interconnected in the web of life on Mother Earth.

Masha and Mariya are integrating years of traditional apprenticeship with formal western education in psychology and psychotherapy to create safe space filled with healing sounds for groups and individuals to journey through soundscapes.

"Mariri" means Force of Nature/Forest for Indigenous people of the Amazon. We feel that the name strongly relates to our belief that nature is sacred and we are part of it. "Mariri" is also a tribute to our plant medicine work.

About Us

Meet The Team

This is a live recording of a soundbath we offered during a wellness retreat in August 2022


An improv we did during a wellness retreat in August 2021

This is a live recording of a Soundbath we offered in Toronto in December 2021. 

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