Singing bowls are actually a type of bell known as a âstanding bell.â
The bowls are played either by rubbing a mallet around the rim, or striking the side of the bowl with the mallet. The two playing methods produce quite distinctive sounds.
Though they are often referred to as Tibetan Singing Bowls, they are more accurately called Himalayan Bowls, as they are present throughout the Himalayan regions of Tibet, Nepal, India, and Nepal. They can also be found in various manifestations in Japan, Korea, China, and Mongolia.
How does sound healing work?
When used in sound healing, singing bowls are sometimes referred to as healing bowls or chakra bowls. In sound healing, or âsound massage,â the bowls are played around and sometimes placed on the body of the receiver of the treatment. The practitioner uses the resonance of the bowlsâ harmonic vibrations within the human body for balancing and relaxation. Some sound healers seek to activate or balance the bodyâs chakras, or energy centers.
Goals and effects
Today, singing bowls are used to aid meditation, religious practice, relaxation, and healthcare. The âsingingâ sound is remarkable, a powerful, long-lasting harmonic hum that can be both invigorating and calming at the same time.
- deep state of relaxation
- activate or balance the bodyâs chakras, or energy centers.
- harmonic hum that can be both invigorating and calming at the same time.
- stress disorders
- stimulating brainwaves
What to wear
Please wear something loose and comfortable to lie down in. Long-sleeved T-shirt or loose shirt, with loose or stretchy trousers is ideal. If you know you tend to feel the cold, you can wear a jumper or sweatshirt and thick socks!
Arrive on time
We offer a personalised report free of charge, this takes about half an hour. If you want to make use of this extra service please calculate extra time for this. Â Â Â Â
Time to relax
Please switch off your phone before you enter the treatment center. It is a time to relax and leave your daily worries behind. Â Â Â Â