Schwartz, Sarah

Sarah G. Schwartz, BME, CTHP
Bachelor of Music Education, String Specialization – Cellist. Graduated with honors, 1975.
Graduate work in Field of Education.
Certified Therapeutic Harp Practitioner, IHTP Class of 2000.
Graduate of the Sacred Art of Living and Dying Program 2005.
Training in Qigong and Reiki
Medina, OH 44256
Phone: 330-723-5474
I share this website with my friend and harp partner, Melanie Brown. Together we experience joy and gratitude in witnessing how the Spirit touches, cradles and soothes people through the beautiful sound the harp creates. Like the final scene in the film “Field of Dreams,” the river of headlights coming to the field reminds us of the river of people that the harp has touched across space and time.
Healing Music Cds: Water From the Well, Gentle Rain From Heaven. $16 plus postage.

Our Mission Statement: to create the sound of beauty and peace in a gentle and caring way and to receive each person as a Vessel of Light.

Employment: I teach private cello and Celtic harp lessons and play therapeutic harp for patients and staff at Marymount Hospital and the Trudell Center in Garfield Heights, and also at Medina Hospital, Medina. Both are Cleveland Clinic Hospitals. Our work there is contracted. We also play at Holy Family Hospice in Parma and for the memorial services of Akron Children’s Hospital, and Visiting Nurses Hospice, Akron.

“… Providing patients with the opportunity for harp therapy is part of Marymount Hospital’s intention to address the spiritual and emotional needs of people who are suffering. What we’re about is serving patients in a holistic way. It’s not just that we’re going to treat the tumor or broken bone or disease. We’re going to treat the person. There’s not one person on earth who does not respond to music. St. Francis was a music lover. This reflects his spirit.” ~ David Kribel, former VP of Operations and Programs of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Behavioral Health / Director of Trudell Center for Behavioral Health, Marymount Hospital.

“Music fills the infinite between two souls.”
~ Rabindranath Tagore