Mantras & sound
Chris Dreyer studied music performance, sound design, and production at Berklee College of Music, Boston. As an instrumentalist, he has had a 24-year career and has recorded, toured, and played with numerous local as well as international artists. He lived nine years abroad making music in Boston, Montreal, Barcelona, Mexico City and Guadalajara. Chris was an associate professor at UDLA and Colegio Menor San Francisco de Quito, where he taught composition, harmony, ensembles, bass, guitar, voice, composition, and technology for 7 years. In 2005, Chris discovers an interest and passion for sound and vibration. Over the next 15 years, he has studied with artists such as David Hykes, Baird Hersey and Ananda.
with whom he studied harmonic singing. These experiences opened up a deep interest in the healing aspects of sound and a deep process of self-exploration that has led Chris to give talks on cymatics and the healing properties of sound to the scientific community in Quito. He has studied Yoga, meditation, Reiki and sound healing and is now a full-time sound healer and teacher of tools for self-discovery and self-transformation. Chris is finishing a 200 hour training on mantras, Nada Yoga and Sanskrit. His thesis is based on the healing effects of mantras, vibration, silence and the energetic effects of these techniques.