Vimukti's IHTP Story

As a younger person I loved to explore my environment. I was slow to understand in the classroom but was fast on the running track. As an adolescent I picked up the paintbrush and loved it as I could express myself through colour. As a young adult I also took up the drums to express myself.

I come from a natural therapies background, having spent my adult years training and working as a vegetarian cook and teacher, a yoga and meditation nun and teacher, a disaster relief worker abroad and in Australia, a naturopath and wellness instructor, a masseur and instructor, an energy worker, a wildlife rescue/shelter volunteer and now a certified therapeutic harp practitioner.

One day I woke up and thought I would like to learn a new language. Mmm Spanish or…how about music? What instrument, something new? In the course of that very day and having never given any thought to it ever before, the harp was mentioned to me a few times. The harp it would be.

I picked up the harp and put it down for years. Struggling to connect with it. This was a ‘yes-no’ relationship which was going nowhere until a friend gave me a Christina Tourin CD to use in my naturopathic practice as background music. It quickly became a favourite. Then I discovered IHTP. It was a way to learn the language of music, to learn the harp and to do service. Perfect. I enrolled in the IHTP prep school, still dragging my feet and having a yes-no-yes-no attitude, but never quite giving up. Then a few years ago, when I had a near-death experience whilst in San Diego for an IHTP harp gathering, something started to shift. Over the next year I lived the IHTP program, looking deeply into myself, having ‘aha’ moments and letting go. Amazingly, I began to connect with the harp and could feel its power. What an amazing instrument and what an amazing program.

Here I am now, passionate about IHTP training and wanting to do whatever I can to make it available to all people, no matter whether they are a beginner, intermediate or advanced harpist. To be able to provide therapeutic harp for all people, for all animals, for all plants and basically for the entire Universe. Experiencing the power of striking one string!

I am open to exploring where harp therapy takes me.

In my professional practice at I include therapeutic harp as a complementary modality. As a Therapeutic harpist I like working with people in dementia care, palliative care and general aged care. I also like to work with animals (domestic, farm and wildlife) in various settings.

In 2018 I started working with rescued wildlife and in 2019 with rescued farmed animals. I also became a committee member for ATHA (Australian Therapeutic Harpists Association).

In 2020 I become a IHTP Mentor and IHTP-AU Affiliate Representative as the Director.

Today I focus my therapeutic work on training and mentoring harp therapy students. Running Harp Magic workshops for those who have never explored the harp and those who have. I specialise in working with animals and training others how to work as therapists with animals. I also oversee harp therapy internships at Edgar’s Mission.

I find I am being asked more and more to give Working with Animal Presentations to different groups. So, I do.

Thank you.

Bob. In loving memory.
Vimukti Warr
Pic taken by Karel
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