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Ananda Yoga + Himalayan Sound Therapy

Dating back over 2,500 years, these bowls were brought from India to Tibet along with the teachings of the Buddha. Himalayan singing bowls produce sounds which induce a state of relaxation, readying the mind for meditation. They are often handmade and consist of a metal alloy of copper, tin, iron, lead, zinc, gold, silver and mercury which produce complex harmonic overtones when struck or rubbed with a mallet.

Used by a skilled practitioner, such as instructor Gabriela Selden, the singing bowls promote:

•deep relaxation


•stress reduction

•sound healing therapy on the body

•chakra balancing

•aura cleansing

Gaby has completed Level II Himalayan Sound Therapy training with Suren Shrestha, a leading practitioner of the ancient art of vibrational healing using Himalayan singing bowls infused with healing intention. Suren is originally from Khandabari, Nepal.