Join me on March 11th to honor the victims of the Great East Japanese Quake in 2011. We will send our message of love and peace by performing Music Hands at our booth.
The Love to Nippon Project honors the lives lost in the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. It also supports the recovery and rebuilding efforts in the damaged regions. Music Hands aims to provide an example of a healing and family bonding experience for the victims. Not only does it provide emotional and physical comfort through healing touch, but it also offers a wonderful way for kids to learn a simple act of service.
The healing touch of music hands is a great way for kids to give back to their parents while developing empathy and humility. Our goals is that children will carry these positive traits throughout their lives and radiate them outwards into their communities and the society.
However, it is up to parents to teach their kids these valuable lessons. Music Hands is one of the tools that parents can utilize to guide children in a positive direction, teaching them compassion at an early age. It is my firm belief that with the right tools taught at early childhood, we can make a positive impact in the world so that children can better avoid the conflicts and negativity that plague our society.
Join me as we take a stance. Together we can make a positive change in the world, starting within the family. I hope you can come join me with your children (5 to 12 years old), grandchildren, or friends with kids, to learn and practice Music Hands at our booth.
At the event, we will give 100% of our donations from the Music Hands demonstrations, as well as 50% of our product sales to the Love to Nippon Project.