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Tibetan Singing Bowls

The Bowls have
more than 2400 Years of
History originating
from the time
of Buddas birth.
Our Bowls derive from
the Nepali Shakya Clan/Caste
using Ancient technique's
handed down from
generation to generation

Sound healing is a vibrational energy modality used to bring about balance of  our physical, spiritual, and emotional  bodies. The human body is made up of electromagnetic vibrations. “Each atom  and element of the body, each organ and  organism” (Cayce, Edgar 1928), responds  to vibrations. These vibrational patterns  influence our well being on many levels; each atom has its own frequency.  Vibrating “out of synch” can manifest as  dis-ease. Sound work helps release  “stuck” patterns and increases the positive charge in cells, which  promotes normal cellular division. Sound  work alters neurotransmitter patterns of all five senses. Our natural frequencies drop  as we age, or when we become ill. Sound work boosts our vibrational frequencies, and has been proven to be 97% effective for balancing and healing.

Through the use of vibrational energy  medicine, sound therapy, and other  subtle energy treatments, we can  enhance the positive resonance of our body, mind, and spirit. The intention of the practitioner is to provide the opportunity for the client to relax into the sounds, so that the sound becomes the “carrier wave” upon which their own healing intentions ride.


From their lofty and magical homeland Tibetan singing bowls have traveled across the Himalayas, through valleys, and along ancient trade routes. Brought back to the west by jet-age travelers, these mysterious objects have aroused interest and curiosity about their origin and traditional usage. Their story, however, has laid hidden like the mysterious Himalayas, obscured by clouds.

Due to the communist Chinese military occupation of Tibet in the 1950's, and the subsequent, almost total, destruction of its monasteries (and 1.2 million Tibetan people, many of them monks and nuns, that perished during and after that time), the esoteric knowledge of the Tibetan singing bowls has all but disappeared. And although it has been more than seventeen years since Tibetan singing bowls and their incredible sounds were first introduced to the western world, little has been written about them.

Rain Gray / Santa Monica, California / September, 1989



Water, Bowls & the Body

As the body is made up of approximately 50-70% water, when one rubs a singing bowl on the body, the bowl's healing vibrations can

penetrate the layers of the fascia to move our cells, realign our tissue and improve circulation.

Using the singing bowls in conjunction with Mayofacial Release offers a winning combination of the most effective therapies offered by A Balanced Body.  

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