Sunday Muise is a sacred singer, Kripalu yogini, speaker, voice actress, and author. She has taught voice and movement across North America, at NYU, Mallorca Holistic Retreat, National Theatre School, Covenant House, and Children’s Theatre Company.  She was nominated for a Voice Arts Award through the Society of Voice Arts in L.A and is a proud recipient of the Mid Atlantic Voice Award. Her movement and voice workshops have been featured in the Huffington Post.

Stemming from a rich performance background in theatre, comedy, dance, mask and cartoon voiceovers, Sunday guides and mentors many creatives on their path to success. 

Although she sang as a child and performed in musicals until her mid twenties, her sacred singing only started to reveal itself after years of creative dream practice, movement, and self inquiry using Diamond Heart teachings. All she knew was that when she sang from her heart, she felt at home in her body and it began to heal the debilitating exhaustion she had experienced for many years. 

Her songs and teachings awaken a powerful direct knowledge into the heart centre through love.

A Sufi herself, Sunday cherishes her time singing for Sufi groups and Whirling Dervishes wherever and whenever she can. Her ongoing studies include Qoya Dance, Dreamwork, Diamond Heart, Sufism, and she is readily available to help guide others through voice, movement and sacred singing.

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