Sound Healing

Discover a 5,000 Year Old Healing Experience

The first singing bowls were said to be made in Mesopotamia over 5,000 years ago.  A singing bowl is a type of idiophone, which is a musical instrument that when struck will create a unique vibrational sound. and are made from 7-12 different metals. Singing bowls are one of the most ancient artisan crafts in human history and have been used for meditation, yoga, and medicinal purposes for nearly 5,000 years. 

I use a set of singing bowls made from 7 precious metals and hand sculpted in Tibet. I acquired them when I was traveling in Nepal for my Sound Healing certification at the Kathmandu Center of Healing. Each bowl is attuned to a specific sound, which is tied to one of our seven major chakra’s. Each sound is unique and sensational. A sound healing experience provokes a deep sense of relaxation which can help support greater health and wellness.

The medical director of the Deepak Chopra center in California, USA, Dr. David Simon, discovered that the sound from Tibetan singing bowls (as well as chanting) are chemically metabolized into “endogenous opiates,” that act on the body as internal painkillers and curative remedies.
— www.mindfultibet.com
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Tibetan singing bowls may:

  • Drastically reduce stress and anxiety levels.

  • Ease chronic pain and inflammation and discomfort.

  • Improve human immune function.

  • Encourage mental and emotional clarity.

  • Promote stillness, happiness and well-being.

  • Improve circulation, increase blood flow and lower heart rate and blood pressure.

  • Stimulate deeper, more profound sleep.


Yoga & Sound Bath

In addition to experiencing a private Sound Healing session with me, I am also pleased to offer a unique Yoga and Sound Bath experience through group classes at several local studios Check out my class schedule to find out where and when these classes are being offered and sign up early - class spots fill up quickly. This class is an all levels Yoga Class, come exactly as you are and enjoy an extended savasana and Sound Bath at the end - a power nap for your chakra’s!

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