Led by jazz singer Sanni Orasmaa, SoundByNature combines world's purest nature and highly focused voice and performance training to elevate your performing skills to the next level. We provide courses and excursions in Finland and all over the world in places that provide natural beauty and solitude. 


Our favorite Forest Sound Walk location Meiko Wilderness Area is only 30min drive away from Helsinki.

We can meet you anywhere in the world. Here a workshop at the Royal Music Academy in Stockholm, Sweden.

Our retreats in Lapland are situated at least 350 miles above the Arctic Circle.



Did you ever call across the sleeping lake and hear your voice echoing from the backwoods? Or holler from the top of the mountain filling the valleys with your sound? Belt out your favorite tunes from the bottom of your lungs while driving an empty highway? Give a fantastically sounding one man show in the loneliness of your bathroom while taking a shower?

How would you like to be able to recall that moment next time you give a speech / sing a song / play a tune in front of an audience?

NATURE ORIENTED VOICE AND PERFORMANCE TRAINING® creates culture that leads you into a conscious relationship with your authentic expression and sound. From your own space, at your own pace.




We train through the lens of the natural world by using simple yet powerful skills and practices for deeper understanding of the body, presence and presentation.




Our training is based on continuos scientific research and over 15 years of internationally acknowledged practical work in the fields of voice and performance studies.





Whether you’re interested in booking a training session for your team, enrolling in personal training, becoming a partner or just take a walk with Sanni or want to say hi, we want to hear from you.

Use the form to drop us an email. To call, dial +358-44-5138321 for Finland or +49-151-2521636 for Germany.

Sanni Orasmaa

CEO, Founder


skype: soundbynature


What connect's the movement of the sun to the beating of our heart? They both have a pulse. Our body vibrates and the vibration produces sound. Through sound, we can enhance health in our lives affecting our overall wellbeing not just on a physical level, but emotionally as well.



(We combined them to enhance both!)

SoundByNature Inc. provides training sessions based on our Nature Oriented Voice and Performance Training program.

Developed to enhance your physical and inner voice, this training is based on scientific studies and taught by instructors with an average of 10-15 years experience.  Located in Northern Finland, we hold courses both within the Arctic Circle and around the world, finding locations that provide natural beauty and solitude.
Classes are kept small, to allow all participants to receive individual attention.  We also hold private training sessions for teams and individuals, both in-person and online.

Thank you Sanni for the new ideas, the lovely atmosphere and the great conversations!
— Feedback from a team building workshop

SoundByNature cooperates with the National Finnish Forest Services Metsähallitus and is an associated partner of the project ARCTISEN -  Culturally Sensitive Tourism in the Arctic during the years 2018-2021.



We know nature. And because we know nature, it appears to us as the supportive, secure environment where we have space and security to explore and develop our presence.

Our voice and performance training sessions include nature connection both in natural and virtual environments. We use virtual elements as a tool in exploring the personal space and presence. This allows us to experience the restoring affects of nature also where the natural nature connection is not possible, in city environments, class rooms and work places.

Learn more about our training from our training page.



Our premises in Ánar are located by the Tana River, the ancient Sámi land is breathing hundreds and thousands of years of tradition and culture. We provide 1, 4 and 8 day retreats that feature our Nature Oriented Voice and Performace Training®.

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Yes we can. Take a look at our partners and services, all within 30-45min from Helsinki and Helsinki airport.




Call / WhatsApp us at +358 44 513 8321 or send an email at info@soundbynature.com and we'll get back to you within 24hrs!

SoundByNature digs deeper when we plan nature excursions for our clients. We will find the right forest, the most echoing rocks and the most tranquil waters - perfectly suited to support your individual voice.

How about a nature singing trip on a solo canoe? Or a starry night sound walk through the snowy woods? Why not join us on a unique journey to the North. Or what the heck, let's found a choir, invite Sanni to coach and bring it outside every now and then!


Our events have ranged from solo Forest Sound Walks to large international lectures, our partners thrive for excellence in their own ares and guarantee that every experience is designed and executed with enthusiasm and love for nature.

Thank you for the wonderful evening, we were all totally empowered afterwards.
— Susanne, a Singing Canoe participant

SoundByNature cooperates with the Natural Heritage Services of Metsähallitus (governmental agency managing national parks and nature reserves) and is an associated partner of the project ARCTISEN -  Culturally Sensitive Tourism in the Arctic during the years 2018-2021. We are committed to the principles of sustainable nature tourism.

I didn’t remember how much I missed nature.
— Anna, a Forest Sound Walker

Frosty Winter

January - March

Winter opens the lake areas for ice singing. Sound walks explore the frozen forests, icy lake sides echo our calls, indoors we will warm the season by humming and singing.

Available activities: Ice Singing by foot or w/ snoe shows or skis, Lantern Sound Walks, Forest Sound Walks, Candle Light Evenings


Departure of Ice


In April the first trees break into green, the brookes sing and the birds start their endless concerts. Consider starting your meeting day with an early morning sound walk through the woods.

Available activities: Forest Sound Walks




In May we will pick our boats and paddles and head out to the waking nature. Finally warm days and light!

Available activities: Forest Sound Walks on the land and on the water, Singing Canoe



June - July

Oh, the Northern Summer. The white nights, the bright sun, the warm rocks, the scent of pine forest after the rain… During summer months we regain our energy on the land and on the water.

Available activities: Forest Sound Walks on the land and on the water, Singing Canoe, Arctic Sound Retreats


Harvest Time


The days are getting shorter but there’s still some Summer in the air. The berries begin to ripen in the forest and we enjoy beautiful sunsets on the land and on the water.

Available activities: Forest Sound Walks on the land and on the water, Singing Canoe


Colorful Autumn

September - October

First frosty nights cover the land with white and color the leaves in bright autumn colors. In the beginning of the season we might still head to the waters but little by little the scents and sounds of the arriving Fall take over and we stay in the woods.

Available activities: Forest Sound Walks, Dark Season’s Candle Light Evenings


First Snow


The waters are getting colder, the winds harder and the evenings darker. Perfect time to light the lanterns and head to the forest for a sound walk under the evening stars. Or stay inside listening to the wind and relaxing with candles and gentle sounds.

Available activities: Forest Sound Walks, Lantern Sound Walks, Dark Season’s Candle Light Evenings




SoundByNature’s Christmas season is filled with caroling and relaxing workshop evenings. This time calls for togetherness and singing. Consider combining an hour of song with your meeting.

Available activities: Christmas Song Workshops, Lantern Sound Walks, Dark Season’s Candle Light Evenings

We operate internationally. In Southern Finland, our nature activities can be booked via Haltia Nature Center in Nuuksio. Wohls Gård with Elwira Catering provides a fabulous frame for all our activities all year long.


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Strong back, wide sight, Northern lights in your heart.


Feel the pulse, trust your story. Bring out the Authentic Jazz Singer.


Find your inner jazzer. Voice and performance training for actors.



Intuition, Authenticity, AWE, Empathy, Aesthetics, EnJOYment, Nature, Connection, Space, Harmony, Freedom...
— from SoundByNature building blocks


The research relates to the human development over millions of years in a physical environment, where the physical environment mainly included nature.

We need supportive environments for developing bodily and psychologically well-being. A supportive environment should be experienced as comprehensible, accessible and secure. The more pressure we feel, the greater is our need to find supportive environments.

It can be assumed that already because of our history, we ‘understand’ the natural environment, which means possibilities to regain resources and explore environments (Kaplan & Kaplan, 1989).

The positive response to nature appears cross-culturally.



Our breathing opens the pathway to our mind and body. How we experience our breath effects to how our mind opens to new experiences. 



The freedom of inner and outer space is an important part of our training. The person who feels free inside but stucked outside and at the same time person who is free outside but doesn't get the guidance he needs to work on the inside is not free. Nature can help us to combine these inner and outer spaces through concentrated practices such as awareness exercises. 



For us Jazz is not just a style of music. It is a way of being in the moment, playing for the joy of playing, coming from the Self and supporting others to do the same.


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Singing with the leaves, humming with the rushes... Hearing how every tree has its own song... Nature singing brings you to the origins of nature and sound.


The tradition of singing in nature, with nature and to nature falls back hundreds of years in Finland. Humming, singing and callings have been part of our daily life. Singing has been there to channel sadness and joy, to ease the hard work load and to bring comfort in the solitude. The songs have connected us into ourselves, into our society and into nature. Singing has had an evolutionary role in maintaining the physical safety of the group against predator control, and in creating feelings of safety and psychological comfort between families. 

Nature singing - in Finnish Luontolaulu® - leads you to relax through hummings, tonings and simple melodies. It opens your senses through listening and feeling and restores the connection to nature. You will be able to capture those experiences and take them with you to your every day life. Luontolaulu brings nature to your every day.


Luontolaulu® is a registered trademark owned by SoundByNature Inc.

SoundByNature was founded in 2016 by its owner Sanni Orasmaa. A musician of Finnish origin, Sanni Orasmaa is an internationally acknowledged vocal stylist, composer, educator and a certified motivational trainer.

 Photo: Zei Andrei Meriae

Photo: Zei Andrei Meriae

During her New York years 2000-2007 Sanni has appeared at venues such as the Knitting Factory and the Rainbow Room, Sweet Basil, Blue Note and the Cornelia Street Cafe. She has been featured monthly at the Smoke Jazz Club. She has worked with various international collaborators, including performances with Charlie Hunter – Bobby Previte Duo, Kirk Nurock’s “Cross-Species” Ensemble, and the Swiss composer George Gruntz’s jazz opera “Magic of a Flute”. Awards received include the Betty Carter’s Jazz Ahead Fellowship (Kennedy Center 2000) and the American Scandinavian Society’s Artist Grant (2005). She has been featured in NPR’s Jazz Set program, then hosted by Branford Marsalis and was profiled by PRI’s Jazz Smithsonian in the documentary series “The Jazz Singers”, hosted by Al Jarreau.

Sanni has conducted clinics and workshops around the world, and served on the faculty of the Brooklyn Conservatory, NYC (2001-2007), Pop&Jazz Conservatory, Finland (2007-2014), University of Tampere, Finland (2014-2016), University of Arts in Helsinki, Finland (2014-present) and the Munich University of Music, Germany (2008- present). She now specifies in Nature Oriented Voice and Performance Training at her company SoundByNature Inc and is one of the first trained Green Care specialists in Finland.


Central Resources

Adevi, A. 2012: Supportive Nature - and Stress. Wellbeing in connection to our inner and outer landscape. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Doctoral Thesis

All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts Health and Wellbeing 2017: Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Wellbeing. All-Party Parliamentary Group

Grape, C., Sandgren, M., Hansson, L-O., Ericson, M., Theorell, T. 2002: Does singing promote well-being?: An empirical study of professional and amateur singers during a singing lesson. Integrative Physiological & Behavioral Science (2002) 38: 65. 

Northwestern University. Can't sing? Do it more often. ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 9 February 2015. 

Pearce, E., Launay, J., Dunbar, R. 2015: The ice-breaker effect: singing mediates fast social bonding. R. Soc. open sci. 2015 2 150221; DOI: 10.1098/rsos.150221.

Tajadura-Jiménez, A., Larsson, P., Väljamäe, A., Västfjäll, D., Kleiner, M. 2010: When room size matters: acoustic influences on emotional responses to sounds. Emotion. 2010 Jun;10(3):416–22 

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