Healing The World, Together

Healing Vibrations is a media company focused on health and wellness through stress reduction and self-reflection. We utilize the physical and psychological effects of light, color, sound and vibration to slow the pulse, release muscular tension, and create a clear, focused state of mind. Located in the great Pacific Northwest, Healing Vibrations is a collaboration between lifelong friends Drew Griffin and Travis Schumacher who in late 2018, decided to combine their unique skill sets to change the world. More about Drew and Travis below.

Travis Schumacher

Sound Healer | Co-founder

Travis Schumacher is a Sound Therapist and co-founder of Healing Vibrations, LLC. Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest near Seattle Washington, he first began his journey of the Healing Arts back in 2011. It all started when he discovered Meditation and had a life changing out of body experience that altered his life path forever. He soon after became certified Reiki Master which then led him to Cortiva, the Institute of Massage Therapy where he became a Licensed Massage Therapist. This path was chosen as a means to help heal the world one body at a time.

In 2017 Travis traveled to Thailand to expand his knowledge of Meditation. During his stay at several silent retreats, he was befriended by a Monk who gave him private sound therapy lessons and introduced to him the Art of Sound Healing. When he returned home, he made another big life change and started building his Sound Healing tools which led to him being featured in several festivals as well as being the main Sound Bath artist at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Seattle.

One thing led to another when Drew Griffin approached him with the idea of collaborating for the creation of a Sound Bath channel on YouTube. Now as two sides of the same brain, they are now where they are today as creators of Healing Vibrations.

Drew Griffin

Media Specialist | Co-Founder

Drew Griffin, is a filmmaker and co-founder of Healing Vibrations, LLC. Born and raised in the Seattle area, he moved to L.A. to study film production at the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts.

After school Drew worked as a video editor, film vault manager, post-production PA, and video encoding specialist all over Hollywood. His resume includes working in Jared Leto’s basement as a video editor for the band 30 seconds to Mars and working directly under academy award winning editors Tom Cross and Hughes Windborne.

Later Drew was hired on at Amazon Prime Video in Seattle where he worked for 5 years before leaving to start his own production company which led to the creation of Healing Vibrations with his childhood best-friend and next-door-neighbor, Travis Schumacher.