Music Therapy

Welcome to the new era of healing

Music therapy is a credentialed health profession that uses music to help people. Let’s work on ourselves with notes and start the process of healing.

This is for you if you are…

Emotionally Struggling

It’s just been a lot and it’s difficult to process your emotions.

Finding it Difficult to Focus

I’m sorry, what was that? I missed your point.

Feeling anxious

This train of thoughts, tightness in chest just feels heavy.

When will this happens

General stress & anxiety workshop

General stress & anxiety workshop

About the therapy

Music therapy is a type of mental healthcare in which an individual or a group engages in musical activities with the aim of improving emotional well-being, cognitive functioning, and social skills. Music therapy also aims to help individuals better manage and cope with physical, psychological, social/emotional and other related health conditions. It is an important part of many different types of care settings such as hospitals, nursing homes, hospices and prisons.

Who should attend?

Music Therapy is relevant to patients of all ages. The average age of a person in our music therapy programs is between 18 and 40 years old depending on the type of program, the patient’s diagnosis, and the individual needs of each patient.

People who are struggling emotionally, have weak social skills, impaired cognitive functioning, severe or mild anxiety and physical problems will highly benefit from music therapy.

Moreover, music therapy programs are also suitable for institutions like nursing homes, hospices and hospitals where patients need assistance in overcoming disability or chronic conditions. People with (or at risk for) dementia are ideal candidates for music therapy because it helps improve cognitive functioning by stimulating brain areas associated with memory and language.


When you’re trying to love yourself a little more, this is a great step to move forward.


Let’s give a strong boost to your employees’ productivity, focus and happiness index.


Your students are going to feel more calm, energetic and focused with your little effort.

Notable benefits of music therapy

Purvaa Sampath

About the speaker

Purvaa Sampath MT-BC, NMT is the founder and director of Mayahs’ Universe and a graduate from Berklee College of Music. She is one of the few CBMT Board-certified music therapists and NMTs (Neurologic Music Therapist) in the country. With a dual-degree in music therapy and performance, Purvaa has had the opportunity to practice as a student music therapist in some of the top institutions like Perkins School for the Blind, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Boston Children’s Hospital in Massachusetts, USA

I Want to Improve, I want to Feel Better, I want to Grow, I love music

I Love Music, Therapy helps, I can work Better, Music is life, Hey!

How does music therapy help people


No. Music Therapy is a type of Evidence Based Physiological Care as well as a form of Psychosocial Rehabilitation. It is not directly psychotherapeutic in the sense that it does not attempt to treat mental illness or substance abuse, or focus on specific behaviors that may be causing problems in one’s life. Rather, it is concerned with facilitating the patient’s abilities to engage in healthy activities and develop skills for maintaining wellness.

Music Therapy is based on the principle of music intervention that involves the use of music to influence neurophysiological processes and behavioral changes. Its practice includes methods of improvisation, integration, creation, musical expression and musical performance. Music therapy integrates a patient’s psychosocial and physiological systems related to wellness and injury in order to promote positive mental health while concurrently improving physical function and physical-health outcomes.

It depends on the level of stress and anxiety that you have. The higher your level, the more sessions it will take for you to become less stressed and anxious. Generally , people who have mild-to-moderate levels of stress and anxiety benefit from one to three sessions, while those with higher levels may need up to six sessions.

Music Therapy has been shown to improve many areas of functioning including mood, sleep patterns, functional capacities (such as balance), socialization skills and competence.

Music therapy can be effectively used to help people of all ages with developmental disabilities. This can be done in a variety of ways. Sometimes it is used to help a client learn how to interact appropriately with others, express their feelings and/or control unwanted behaviors. Music therapists may also use music for educational purposes, such as having a client identify different types of sounds found in the environment.

A musical memory disorder is treated by encouraging clients to develop new memories with music. This makes use of the visual-motor imagery system, which is responsible for storing the memory in the brain and can be a little more difficult to people with autism and other disorders.

Each person is unique and will respond differently to music therapy. There are both mental and physical elements to music therapy that cannot be achieved through a recorded video. Listening to a live performance of music by a skilled musician is the best way to experience the benefits of music therapy.

It depends on the level of stress and anxiety that you have. The higher your level, the more sessions it will take for you to become less stressed and anxious. Generally , people who have mild-to-moderate levels of stress and anxiety benefit from one to three sessions, while those with higher levels may need up to six sessions.


Yes. You can request one-on-one sessions with a therapist through manoshala.

Music Therapy can be very effective in helping stroke patients recover from their injury. The process involves assessment of a patient’s current abilities and their musical interests through the use of formal testing or informal observations (e.g., by playing an instrument).

Music Therapy is effective in helping older adults improve their quality of life by providing them with the ability to actively participate in a rehabilitation program. The therapy focuses on encouraging good self-care, coping skills, communication and socialization. This type of therapy helps promote social connections, as well as physical health activities.

Music Therapy is one of the most affordable forms of therapy. One can attend a group session or a workshop if he/she cannot afford one on one sessions.

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