Tibetan Bowls Sound Therapy

Tibetan Bowls

The use of sound therapy has been used for thousands of years for healing the body and overall wellness. The vibrations of Tibetan and crystal bowls can help to bring your body’s vibrational energies back to a “normal” state.  This is called entrainment which shifts our brainwave state. Throughout the day and night, our brainwaves go through many changes. The “singing bowls” as they are sometimes called, emits a stable tone, which our brainwaves can then attune to. This “stabilization” is very soothing and assists in meditation and the ability for you to “downshift” into a very relaxed … [Read more...]

Qi-Gong Benefits

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Just some of the benefits of Qigong: Loosens Muscles and Builds Power Strengthens the Organs Improves Cardio-pulmonary Function Strengthens the Nerves Improves Vascular Function Helps Prevent Injury to Joints, Ligaments and Bones Speeds Recovery Time from Injuries and Operations Builds Athletic and Martial Arts Power Eases Stress and Balances Emotions For more benefits, see this fabulous article: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/the-twelve-benefits-of-qigong.html … [Read more...]

Sound Healing

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by Sam Gileadi, Sound Engineer for Crystal Tones There are several elements to the sound of the Crystal Singing Bowls that make them incredibly suited for meditation and sound healing purposes. Unique to the Crystal Singing Bowls is the presence of what are called vocal formants. Understanding what formants are is as simple as singing vowels such as ‘ahh’ or ‘oooh.’ Formants are the elements of sound that makes vowels sound like they do. The bowl or bell shape gives the sound similar characteristics to the human voice. This quality is why they are known as singing bowls. The use of both … [Read more...]

Sound Therapy


The following information courtesy of Crystal Tones: www.CrystalSingingBowls.com Vibrational Sound Everything that moves vibrates, from the smallest molecule to the universe itself.  As long as it is vibrating, it is making some kind of sound.  We may not perceive the sound, as it may be below or above the threshold of our hearing.  The human ear can sound vibrations between 20 and 20,000 cycles per second, although we also perceive sound by skin and bone conduction, ingesting and consuming it with the whole body. Scientific studies show that sound can produce changes in the … [Read more...]