Wind Song (founder of WindSong Movement) is a musician & sound healer from Dallas, TX. Running from a troubled childhood, she left home at the age of 15 in search of herself. Through prayerful expressions of singing, drumming, playing harmonium, piano and guitar, she overcame life-threatening illness, sexual assault, drug addiction, homelessness & human trafficking.
In 2012, after finding the support of a tribe through Dallas Meditation, Ayahuasca, Ecstatic Dance and other medicinal communities in DFW, Wind Song began to share their story through song at local yoga studios, coffee shops and medicinal ceremonies. It was then that she realized her voice channeled powerful healing, as it allowed listeners to feel and let go of their pain as she transformed her own.
In spite of health issues which led to two heart attacks and a 7-day coma in 2016, Wind Song continues to share her songs in combination with years of mantric study in 9 languages, in order to encourage others to go within and find their highest passion so that they may heal themselves and one day those around them.
Wind has since been described as "a true musician", "a window into Spirit", and it has been said that "a single verse from musicians such as herself can transform your entire life".
In 2015 after a successful Indie Go-Go fundraiser for her first album which generated over $10k for local charities, Wind organized JUMPSTART, a non-profit project that introduces meditation & expressive healing arts to homeless children living in her community. A percentage of all music proceeds are also donated towards survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence.
To date, WindSong Movement has generated over $27k for survivors of human trafficking, domestic violence and other humanitarian crisis. Please click on the image above to support this upward rising!