Sound Healing 

A wellness session comprising of meditation, sound treatment, breathing exercises, and relaxation, for your personal harmony.

We all have preferred methods for feeling well, but are you familiar with the sound massage? This practice is suitable for you if you’d like to reach a deep state of relaxation and mindfulness.

“The vibrations of the Tibetan Singing Bowls will affect you at the very depth of tour soul” A. Huyser

Your feelings may start to flow in unanticipated directions, opening new pathway for the future. To most, these vibrations, harmonies bring a deep sense of relaxation, an escape, a progressive relief from the mind’s agitations.

The treatment takes place in the private studio, quiet and well ventilated. Personal sessions, or 2 people maximum.

During the first part of session, we will explore and evaluate your charkas, then together discuss your focus for the session and beyond. This includes an introduction to energy healing, vibration, waves.

Singing bowls come from the Ladakh region, northern India, in the Hymalayas. They have been carefully chosen for their quality of metal, their geometry, design, and more importantly their tune, energy and vibration. With the choice of bowls, you will be able to find those who resonate deeply with your hearty and mind.

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Sound healing is a practice that is often associated with Buddhism. In Buddhism, meditation and mantra recitation are often used to quiet the mind, aid healing, and promote physical and mental well-being. Sacred chants, musical instruments such as Tibetan singing bowls, bells and gongs, and sutra recitations are also used in some Buddhist traditions to create an atmosphere of calm and healing.

Sound healing in the context of Buddhism can be seen as a practice aimed at balancing energies, calming the mind and promoting healing through the vibrations and sounds of mantras, chants and instruments. This practice is often associated with meditation and mindfulness, and it is used to help practitioners connect with their inner nature, cultivate compassion, and achieve a state of peace and harmony.

It should be noted that sound healing practices in Buddhism can vary across different Buddhist traditions and schools, and are often integrated within the broader framework of spiritual practice and the search for enlightenment. If you are interested in sound healing in the context of Buddhism, it may be helpful to consult teachings from Buddhist masters, books, and online resources to learn more about this practice.


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