Himalayan Singing Bowls can be used to massage a person, through a mix of on- and/or off-body techniques.
This type of sound massage is a gentle and very effective one, to the point that it is known among practitioners as a “sonic cuddle”.
I would recommend it to anyone having to deal with stress, anxiety and exhaustion and wanting a comforting treatment to go back to your inner center.
It is very effective for psychological and emotional issues as well as for physical conditions such as muscle tension and fatigue.
The combination between sound and vibration of the bowls has incredible benefits in terms of relaxation.
In addition to this, the session becomes strongly therapeutic by providing you with tools for self-reflection both before and after the sound session (following the BAST method). This means that your treatment can be a tool to resolve issues that are traditionally dealt with through psychotherapy and other forms of talking therapy.
It can work extremely well if you cannot or do not wish to rationalise your feelings and current situation in details with another person. It is also an excellent alternative to conventional massage therapies, if you struggle with being touched and/or undressing.
In fact, in this type of treatment the therapist holds a safe space for the client without interacting much with her and leaving the sound do its work, wherever it’s needed.
In order to get an idea of what you can expect when booking a massage with Himalayan Singing Bowls, you can have a look at one of the on-body techniques in this video: https://www.instagram.com/p/BzLcJ9yHLAb/?igshid=1pw6j9a177k1s
If you’re curious about the origins and characteristics of the instruments you’ll be working with in this treatment, have a look at our page on Himalayan Singing Bowls
£60 per hour / home visits available