Noelle Robinson (STL Noelle)
I spent 10 years as a public school teacher, working with special education students and regular education students K-12. My career led me to work in multiple levels of education (high school for 2 years, elementary for 4 years, and the last 4 years were spent in the middle school).
By the age of 28, I struggled with multiple disorders and was living a pretty limited life: ADHD, depression, fibromyalgia, and hospitalized multiple times for autoimmune issues. Because of the chronic pain and mental anguish, I was barely able to meet the daily responsibilities of my life.
Feeling broken and helpless, not sure if I was going to participate in my children growing up, I began to seek answers to the medical problems that doctors were not helping me solve. That took me on an incredible health journey, which ultimately led me to the powerful modality of using Sound to improve mental, physical and emotional health.
Once I began attending sound therapy sessions myself, I began to improve in all areas of my life. I was able to get off all medications, and have now lived pain free for
over a year. After living over 8 years in chronic pain, I felt a new level of freedom that I never thought possible.
At the same time, I was seeing the negative impact that Covid had on our society, especially on children and families. I knew that I wanted to help people in a greater way than I could in the classroom, so I began training to be a sound therapist. I also became a certified mindful health coach, giving me an even greater perspective towards overall health. Now, I run a full-service sound immersion studio in St. Peters, Missouri. My goal is to spread the awareness and impact of Sound as a highly-effective and efficient form of self-care.