A natural way to get better sleep



Joseph Moffitt

Choral Director

“I’ve had sleep apnea since I was a kid and I used to wake up choking. Any friends who would be sleeping over would say I sounded like a mouse during sleep because I’d make squeaking sounds when I couldn’t breathe. After a few months of didgeridoo playing my sleep apnea disappeared and I can now get a good night’s rest. I had always thought this was something people normally deal with. I can’t remember the last time I woke up choking in my sleep.“


Cathy Gale


"Suffering from Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome, I felt I had tried everything. I could barely get to sleep and once I did get to sleep I would wake up every hour. I was only playing didgeridoo for about a week and a half and I already started sleeping! With every lesson I feel that my throat and tongue are getting stronger. I can lie down and go to sleep without actually feeling that collapse happening that gives me such anxiety. There’s nothing like geting a good night’s sleep and restoring your health. If you have sleep apnea, upper airway resistance syndrome or snore, playing the didgeridoo can change your life and I seriously mean that."


Paul Auerbach


"For decades I was sleep deprived. I remember clearly in my 30’s I would spend the day exhausted and couldn’t get a good night’s sleep. Then I was diagnosed with mild-to-moderate sleep apnea. Within a month of playing the didgeridoo I was sleeping much better. I remember the very first lesson, I enjoyed the didge so much and felt so good about it that I was not even thinking about the sleep problem. This is the first time in a long life that I am getting a good night’s sleep. I now usually get a full 7 to 8 hours of sleep and I feel fully rested."


Irene Korenfield

“The handbook is wonderful! I really like the way ideas and concepts are laid out in easily understandable terms, even for someone with little or no musical background (like me!). I enjoyed reading it and I learned a lot.”