New music class at MS Center supports mind, body and heart

February 1, 2016 Swedish Blogger


Join board-certified Neurologic Music Therapist Betsy Hartman in a dynamic group that uses components of music such as rhythm, melody, tempo and pitch to improve activities of daily living, reduce anxiety and stress, and support rehabilitation needs.

Betsy teaches neurologic patients simple music exercises that can improve mood and memory, and coping and organizational skills.

No music confidence or prior experience is required. 

This class welcomes all neurologic patients and their family members, caregivers and friends.

When: Wednesdays, starting March 2, 2016

Time: 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Where: MS Center at Swedish, Hedreen Wellness Studio, 1600 E. Jefferson St., A Level, Seattle

Who: Betsy Hartman, MT-BC, board-certified neurologic music therapist

RSVP recommended: Email Mallory Higgins, or call 206-320-2200

Private music therapy sessions

Private music therapy sessions are available with Betsy by appointment every Wednesday, 9-10:30 a.m. Please call 206-320-2200 or email Mallory to schedule a session.

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