Dalia MarOm is a creative indigo child, gypsy soul and cosmic healing artist who has been a performer since early childhood. A singer songwriter who channels music from the divine and a Concordia University Theatre for Human Development Graduate. Dalia is also a highly trained and certified healing practitioner of numerous modalities including: Therapeutic Dr Bali Yoga, Sound Healing, Meditation, Yoga Nidra, Hypnosis, Past Life regression, Inter Life Regression, Shamanism and Unitary Reiki of Sound. She now blends her creativity and healing work into unique magical and transformational musical experiences that leave you vibrating in a state of peace, love, inspiration and pure bliss.
Dalia has lead hundreds of yoga and sound healing sessions, special events and retreats in around her home town of Montreal as well as on the international level in the US (Omega Center) and Mexico (Omni Hotel), Costa Rica (Posada Natura, Spa Holis, Selina’s, Casa Lina’s). She has also worked extensively with her Guru Dr Madan Bali co-leading various events and international retreats.
Dalia is currently finishing up her 2nd music EP entitled Light Years Away produced by Rad Crasto (OHM music, Lea Longo, Patrick Bernard) and recorded in 432hz (healing frequency of the earth). This EP is inspired by her spiritual journey through yoga, meditation and sound healing that is set to release in the latter part of 2019.
What are people saying about Dalia in the media?
“Impassioned, expressive, and colourful; Dalia is more than a singer; she’s an artist who tells a story through each song.” Ann Lang – CBC Radio
“Girlfriend can sing and girlfriend can tell a story!” Caitlin- The Main Montreal
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