Inner harmony through vibrations.The sound massage deep relaxes in a very short time and gently releases tensions and blockages in the body.Sound Massage.
In a sound massage, which is also called singing bowl massage, singing bowls are placed on the clothed body and struck. The sound of the generated sound is transmitted to the body in this way.
Rhythmic and gentle sound vibrations are transmitted to the body and create a fine vibration. This perceived vibration in the body is often described as a special kind of massage.
The harmonious sounds are also picked up by the ear and lead to a deep relaxation. In the wellness area the sound massage is recommended in case of stress.
The origins of the use of singing bowls are believed in India and today’s Tibet.
In the 80s of the twentieth century, the educator and graduate engineer Peter Hess developed the sound massage after many research trips through Nepal, India and Tibet. In these countries it is everyday practice to positively influence healing processes with sounds.
He describes the effect of sounds on the body in that the beneficial vibrations are transmitted to the body and spread out in concentric waves. The result: a soothing massage for each of the more than 100 trillion cells in the body – a cell massage.
Since the body consists to a large extent of water, the liquid is set in motion by vibrations of the singing bowl with the effect of an internal massage.
In the relaxation of sound, the worries, uncertainties and blockages accumulated in everyday stress dissolve. This letting go is a good basis for the revitalization and strengthening of self-healing powers.
Meanwhile, the sound massage in spa areas is considered an effective gentle healing method. In general, the sound massage is quickly accepted and felt to be particularly beneficial. It is advantageous that for the sound massage no clothes must be stored.
Singing Bowls Are The Central Instrument In The Sound Massage
They resemble bells that are struck from the outside. Singing bowls are located in the Far East, in China, Japan, Thailand and the Himalaya area.
Their existence can be traced as far as metals are processed by humans. They are traditionally made from an alloy of up to twelve different metals.
Due to the great demand one finds nowadays only rarely old, traditionally produced singing bowls.
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