Sahffi's new video for their song, "Let the Healing Begin," premieres on Thursday, December 15th, 2022!

Sahffi would like to thank each and every one of you who donated to her 50th birthday campaign
last December to help make this video a reality. (Over 150 people contributed!) 
Art happens with community support, THANK YOU!!!

Sahffi Lynne (she/they) is an international medicine musician, vocal coach, retreat facilitator and ceremony guide, offering their music, meditations, ceremonies, and teachings as medicine to illuminate our connection to our own divine inner knowing.


Sahffi’s channeled original music and spirit-inspired performances have taken her melodies around the world, from Peru to Zimbabwe. As a private vocal coach, Sahffi teaches those interested in deepening their relationship with their voice using their own "Vocal Ladder.” Their studio, “Vocalize Your Soul,” is open for in-person lessons at The Bohemian House in Ellicott City, Maryland. Sahffi also teaches voice lessons all over the world using the Zoom platform.


In addition, Sahffi also offers medicine music concerts with her band, monthly New Moon Medicine Music Meditation concerts, individual and small-group ceremonies, and yearly “Illuminate Your Connection” retreats. As a guide, Sahffi works in conjunction with psychedelically-trained therapists and psychologists to help people heal from their traumas and reclaim their joy.


“My own experiences have shown me that with a combination of meditation, creativity, plant medicines, and professional support, one can truly heal trauma and reclaim their birthright of living in love. I am honored to carry the medicine of music to teach and guide those interested in doing the necessary work to connect with their true voice and purpose.” - Sahffi Lynne

Venmo: @Sahffi-Lynne
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Cash App: $SahffiLynne

Sahffi is grateful for the grant support from:



Visit Sahffi's Baker Artist Portfolio to see their online CV:

Sahffi is a 2022 Baker Artist Award Nominee! 

Read more about the honor here. 

Photos by Tim Prendergast, 2017.