Sound Therapy

Is a pioneer in Sound Healing Therapy or you may call Tibetan Singing Bowl therapy
With different experts having the lot of hands-on healing experience in playing these divine bowls for selfless healing.

Prasad Pawar ji is one of our sound experts and a learned yogi working under guidance of Founder Er. Yogi Anil swaraj and has helped a lot many therapy and sound healing seekers to get healed physically and mentally.

History of Tibetan Singing Bowl?

A Tibetan singing bowl is a type of bell that vibrates and produces a rich, deep tone when played. Also known as singing bowls or Himalayan bowls, Tibetan singing bowls are said to promote relaxation and offer powerful healing properties.

Buddhist monks have long used Tibetan singing bowls in meditation practice. In addition, some wellness practitioners (including music therapists, massage therapists, and yoga therapists) use Tibetan singing bowls during treatment.

This article discusses how Tibetan singing bowls are used and their purported benefits. It also covers what you should consider before you try using this type of treatment.

History of Tibetan Singing Bowls –

There is debate about the exact origins of the Tibetan singing bowl, although there is some evidence that it may have originated in China sometime around the 16th century BC. Traditional bowls were made of a variety of metals including mercury, lead, silver, iron, gold, and copper.

During the 1970s, people began importing the bowls to North America and Europe. They grew in popularity in the 1990s as a complementary and alternative treatment for a variety of ailments.

Recap of history –

Tibetan signing bowls have a history that dates back thousands of years, but they only became popular in the starting in the 1970s.

Uses for Tibetan Singing Bowls

Very few scientific studies have examined the potential benefits of Tibetan singing bowls, despite their long history of use. But The Majority of people do report that using the bowls help them feel more relaxed.

Uses for singing bowl therapy include:

  • Stress relief: Some research supports the use of Tibetan singing bowls as a way to promote relaxation and reduce feelings of anxiety.
  • Improving sleep: Because singing bowl therapy has been linked to decreased anxiety and tension, it may be helpful for improving sleep. Further research is needed to support this.
  • Lowering blood pressure: A preliminary study published in the American Journal of Health Promotion in 2014 examined the benefits of starting a directed relaxation session with 12 minutes of singing bowl sounds. It found a greater reduction in systolic blood pressure and heart rate compared to silence before the session.
  • Reducing depression: One study linked singing bowl therapy to improvements in mood and suggested that this approach may be a low-cost way to help reduce symptoms of depression.
  • Stimulating the immune system: Some also claim that Tibetan singing bowls can stimulate the immune system and produce beneficial changes in brain waves.
  • Pain relief: One study looking at chronic spinal pain found that people treated with singing bowl therapy experienced significantly decreased pain intensity as well as decreased stress. However, placebo treatment had the same effects, so the study’s authors concluded that singing bowl therapy’s effectiveness for pain relief could not be confirmed.
  • Balancing and harmonizing the body: Many proponents claim that the vibrations of a singing bowl can produce beneficial changes in the body by “harmonizing” the cells and “balancing the body’s energy system.”
  • Enhancing other healing practices: Some people use the bowls in combination with other healing practices, such as meditation and deep breathing.

Any Risks and Side Effects ,–

  • While using Tibetan singing bowls is generally regarded as safe and People who may want to avoid singing bowl therapy include those who:
  • Are prone to headaches: Some people report experiencing headaches as a result of the noise and vibrations that the singing bowls produce.
  • Are pregnant: Because the effects on pregnancy are not known, you might want to avoid this type of therapy if you are currently pregnant.
  • Have epilepsy: In some instances, noise, and vibrations may trigger seizures

Process of our Tibetan Singing Bowls therapy & Sound healing

During singing bowl treatment, you will lie on the floor while the bowls are placed in different configurations. For example, they might be placed around your body, on your body, or in different locations around the room.

How do we Use Tibetan Singing Bowls-

During singing bowl treatment, you will lie on the floor while the bowls are placed in different configurations.
You are given very easy to understand instructions to gain maximum benefits.

For example, they might be placed around your body, on your body, or in different locations around the room.


  • Sound healing level 1 training 5 days – Rs, 12000
  • Sound healing level 2 training 3 days – Rs, 8000
  • Sound Healing Basic 40 Min – Rs, 750
  • Sound Bath 60 Min – Rs, 900
  • Aura Cleaning and Chakra Cleaning 90 Min – Rs, 2500