Jonathan Goldman


Jonathan Goldman is an award-winning musician, composer, writer, teacher, and chant master. An authority on sound healing and a pioneer in the field of harmonics, he is the author of several books and the founder and director of the Sound Healers Association. He has created numerous albums including the first studio recordings of the Dalai Lama's Gyume Tibetan monks, the first recording featuring dolphin sounds, and the award-winning Chakra Chants. He pioneered many sound therapy techniques now used worldwide, including "Vowels As Mantras" and "Overtoning." Jonathan leads Healing Sounds Seminars throughout the United States and Europe and lives in Boulder, Colorado.

Books By Jonathan Goldman

  1. Healing Sounds

    Healing Sounds

    By Jonathan Goldman

    $16.95
    With many easy-to-follow exercises, Healing Sounds is the first book to show from both the scientific and spiritual viewpoints how to use the transformative power of sound for healing on physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual levels.
  2. Las frecuencias de los chakras

    Las frecuencias de los chakras

    By Jonathan Goldman
    By Andi Goldman

    $16.95
    Jonathan y Andi Goldman demuestran cómo la voz humana puede hacer que entren en resonancia nuestros cuerpos físicos y sutiles, con poderosos ejercicios que van desde los mantras de las bijas hasta sonidos vocálicos sagrados que balancean y alinean los chakras.
  3. Chakra Frequencies

    Chakra Frequencies

    By Jonathan Goldman
    By Andi Goldman

    $18.95
    Jonathan and Andi Goldman reveal how the human voice can resonate our physical and subtle bodies to balance and align the chakras. Includes a 60-minute CD of the sounds, mantras, and vocal exercises in the book.
  4. The Humming Effect

    The Humming Effect

    By Jonathan Goldman
    By Andi Goldman

    $14.95
    Jonathan and Andi Goldman show how humming affects us on a physical level, reducing stress, enhancing sleep, and lowering heart rate and blood pressure producing powerful neurochemicals such as oxytocin, the “love” hormone. They also examine humming as a sonic yoga technique and its role in many world traditions, such as the Om, Aum, or Hum. The authors provide access to online examples.