Rosie & Kasia
Practice Style: We are passionate about helping people engage with music and seeing their joy at being an active part of live music. As Music Therapists, we work with all ages and in many different settings, but are most inspired by connecting music, sound and nature together.
Life mantra: Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything - Plato
Inspired by: We’re most inspired when we share songs and music in beautiful settings in nature and by listening to the holistic sound. Humans are a part of nature and we find it fascinating that by simply standing outside, we naturally affect the atoms and sound around us.
Star sign: Aquarius (Rosie) / Sagitarius (Kasia)
Lives: The Chilterns
Sleep tips: Unsurprisingly, we are advocates for using music as a way to relax, particularly at night time! The simple pleasure of listening to a favourite album or song often gets forgotten, but research clearly shows that music listening is not only conducive to better sleep, but can also reduce the other stimulus that would otherwise disrupt your sleep.
About Rosie & Kasia
Music Therapists | Storytellers | Musicians
Music Therapists Rosie and Kasia founded the Music Nature Create project in 2020 to help people develop a greater connection with the natural auditory environment, sharing songs and music both online and in beautiful outdoor settings.
Rosie founded Chiltern Music Therapy in 2011 after completing her MA in Music Therapy at Anglia Ruskin University. She is a certified Neurologic and Neonatal Music Therapist and is passionate about ensuring that people of all ages can access music therapy, and music and well-being, regardless of their circumstances.
Kasia completed her MA in Music Therapy at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and has a BMus (Hons) in Music from Royal Holloway. She is a certified Neonatal and Neurologic Music Therapist and is also an experienced flute teacher. In all aspects of life, Kasia is passionate about integrating differing needs and abilities, with a focus on each individual person.
They are fascinated by the varying ways that music can support health and well-being, and advocate for finding creative and digital solutions to connecting with people around the world.
Rosie and Kasia are registered Music Therapists with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and are members of the British Association of Music Therapy (BAMT).