About Robin Landsong
Robin's voice calls out the purest form of each person during Singing Medicine. Her purpose is to "deeply inspire the authentic self to fully show up in the world. Each person’s gifts are needed in the web of life. We need you to be your true nature so your unique contribution can be present for the benefit of all beings."
Robin's path to Singing Medicine came through an incredible life experience. As a seven year old child she was lost in Africa and adopted for several months by a native tribe. She describes the days with her tribe as the best in her childhood. However, one day she wandered too far from the village and was shot by a group of radical guerrillas. After being shot she had a near death experience before being rescued by her African mother, Mama Eahton. During this near death experience she remembers viewing Mama Eahton cradling her body and calling for her to come back through a special song - a "Calling Song." It was through this song that Robin discovered her main life purpose was to become a "Medicine Singer", to sing to others as a form of healing. After this realization she made the decision to turn back from the "Great Heart" and return to her physical body.
Robin is also a visionary artist, writer, and Craniosacral therapist. Craniosacral therapy is is a technique based in anatomy that works primarily with the nervous system. It is helpful to benefit a broad range of physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Her extraordinary visionary art illustrates the connection between all living things. It includes a series of totem animals that have come to her in dreams and visions.
About John Utter
One of John's first memories is struggling to write down the lyrics to a song he created when he was about four years old. John was an emerging pop star, selling over 250,000 cds, in the nineties when he decided to quit the music business and go to work at the local Job Service Center. Matching people with careers gave him a sense of meaning that he struggled to find as a recording artist. His search for authentic musical expression was answered when he found Robin and Singing Medicine. He has a special ability to sense others. He spontaneously creates sounds that range from soaring melodies to wild animal calls in order to bring out the truest nature in the person or group who is receiving his singing.
John has a passion for helping others realize their profound depths. He has trained as an Enlightenment Intensive Master and is a certified coach. One of his key coaching discoveries is that organizations who honor what's right in individuals tend to be the most productive, creative, and the most enjoyable places to work. He coaches large (16,000) and small organizations to find ways of working that bring out the best in both the organization and everyone within it. He coaches executives in all areas of performance and well-being. He also coaches anyone who wishes to live in accordance with their life purpose, navigate a job transition, or make work a more enjoyable place to be. See John's coaching site Thrive at Work for more information.