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Tibetan Sound Bowl Meditation




If you're looking for a unique and transformative way to meditate, then the Tibetan Sound Bowl Meditation is just the right fit for you. This ancient practice has been used for centuries in the East to promote healing, relaxation, and a deep sense of peace. Sound healing, specifically from Tibetan singing bowls, is known to reduce stress, anxiety, and pain, while promoting a deep sense of well-being and balance within the body and mind.


In our busy, modern lives, we often find ourselves in a constant state of stress or 'fight or flight' mode. This is where the Tibetan Sound Bowl Meditation comes in. It provides a powerful way to switch off the outside world, quiet the mind, and turn inward. It's an opportunity to connect with your inner self on a deeper level, enabling you to gain clarity, focus, and a greater sense of purpose.


When you join a Tibetan Sound Bowl Meditation session, you'll be immersed in the soothing sounds of the bowls. These sounds are produced by striking or rubbing the bowls with a mallet. Each bowl produces a unique frequency, which when heard, our brain waves begin to synchronize with the sounds, leading to a state of deep relaxation and meditation. This is known as 'brainwave entrainment'.

But the benefits don't stop there. The vibrations produced by the bowls can also be felt physically. They resonate with our body's own vibrational frequency, helping to balance and align our energy centers or 'chakras'. This can result in a profound sense of harmony and wellness, not just mentally, but physically and spiritually as well.


Join Us On Friday 23rd Feb 7-8pm


We invite you to join us for a special Tibetan Sound Bowl Meditation session on Friday, 23rd February from 7-8pm. This session will be held at LeAnandaYoga and will be led by Hannah from Harmony Yoga. Hannah has a gentle approach to guiding participants through the experience, ensuring everyone feels safe, comfortable, and above all, relaxed.


Whether you're new to meditation or a seasoned practitioner, this session is open to all. No experience with sound bowl meditation is required. All you need to bring is an open mind and a willingness to embrace the experience. If you like a home from home experience then some people like to bring their

favourite blanket and pillow to snuggle up with.


For more information or to book your spot, please contact us here at LeAnandaYoga or reach out to Hannah at Harmony Yoga.


We can't wait to see you on the mat!


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