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Cathy Eastburn
Cathy Eastburn, Founder of Sarasa Sound, is a London-based musician and therapeutic sound practitioner, specialising in gongs, gamelan (Indonesian bronze percussion), and voice.

As well as running a year-round programme of therapeutic sound sessions and gong baths, she is a member of the gamelan ensembles Southbank Gamelan Players and Siswå Sukrå, and the experimental gamelan/electronica groups Eternity Bleeps and Augmented Gamelan.

She is also the founder of Good Vibrations (,uk), a charity which runs gamelan projects in prisons and secure hospitals as a way of helping people develop team-working and other vital life skills.

Apart from her music and therapeutic sound work, Cathy is a mother of two teenage girls, has a longstanding interest in environmental issues in particular the psychology of climate change, and she works as a volunteer Legal Observer for the Green & Black Cross network, supporting protests and direct action in London.

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