Jim Donovan M.Ed., believes in the power of sound, music, and rhythm to help people live healthier lives. As a veteran musician and wellness facilitator, Jim has led over 3,000 national and international sound healing events since 1995. He’s editor of the Sound Health newsletter and a professor at Saint Francis University.
As an educator, Jim has taught thousands of people his exclusive sound healing methods. He brings his motivating brand of open-hearted energy to conferences, wellness retreats, and now a host of new online sound healing video courses and therapeutic audio products.
Jim also trains health professionals to use sound, music, and rhythm to support patient wellness, care, and social connection.
As a founding member of the 90’s band Rusted Root, Jim toured the world and sold over three million records as he co-wrote and performed their hit song “Send Me on My Way.” With its unforgettable whistle, this music has been featured in blockbuster Hollywood movies and popular TV ads. Jim rocked arena and amphitheater stages everywhere from 1994 to 2005 with music legends including Carlos Santana, The Grateful Dead, The Allman Brothers, and members of Led Zeppelin.
Jim is the author of Saved by Sound – One Musician’s Story of Illness and the Healing Sounds That Saved Him, and Drum Circle Leadership. He lives outside Pittsburgh with his wife and three children.
How it works
The applied use of sound, vibration, and rhythm is the next frontier in bringing balance to your body and mind. Jim’s exclusive audio tools and sound healing protocols are designed to address common health issues such as: