+ What are the therapeutic benefits of sound healing?
Of the many benefits, for people in good health the treatment will promote inner harmony, elevate energy levels, boost creativity and make one feel deeply relaxed. For those with physical or psychological concerns, the sound therapy will help to bring relief from pain, stress and anxiety. Most clients experience improved memory, mental clarity, vitality and better sleep (often for several days following the treatment).
- Provides relief from stress-related conditions, anxiety, fatigue, pain and depression.
- Assists in lowering high blood pressure, improves circulation.
- Alleviates symptoms associated with digestive issues, joint problems and headaches.
- Increases focus and productivity. Provides relief from deeply held tension in the body.
- Reduces anger and irritability. Supports a relaxed delivery during pregnancy and for birth.
- Experience better sleep, an improved memory, mental clarity, vitality and a renewed joie de vivre.
- Feel deeply relaxed with a new level of calm.
+ What should I expect during a private sound healing session?
Each private session is tailored to support your specific needs and requirements. The treatment involves placing the Ancient Tibetan Singing Bowls on and around the dressed body as they are tapped gently with a felt mallet. The calming and harmonising sounds as well as the gentle vibrations of the singing bowls induce a feeling of well being and a deep relaxation.
A private session also includes warm water therapy.
+ What is warm water therapy?
Warm water therapy involves the singing bowls being filled with warm water which are then placed gently on the body and moved over the body while they are gently sounded for a vibrational massage.
+ What should I wear to a private or group sound healing session?
Please wear loose, comfortable clothing. It is preferable that there are no buttons on your top and your legs are covered.
+ What should I expect during a private sound healing session with Therapeutic yoga?
These sessions combine sound healing, warm water therapy and therapeutic yoga. The passive floor-based restorative and yin yoga asanas will nourish and stimulate the deep energy channels of your body. The physically passive poses are held for several minutes at a time, with the muscles relaxed and the body supported. The deep vibrations of the Ancient Tibetan Singing Bowls will deepen and enhance the effects of the yoga asanas.
This one-on-one session is tailored specifically to your needs and includes asana (postures), pranayama (breath work), savasana (relaxation), sound massage and warm water therapy.
+ Is your mobile service available throughout Sydney?
Our mobile service is available for the Sydney Eastern Suburbs and Inner City at your place of convenience. Other areas may incur a supplemental fee to allow for additional travel time. Contact us for further details.
+ Do I need to register for Tibetan Sound Healing's group events?
We encourage you to register online for all of our events. Our events are often fully booked in advance. We keep our events small in size so that all attendees can each experience individual energetic healing through sound.
+ How can I purchase a Tibetan Singing Bowl or Tingsha?
We carry a small selection of singing bowls and tingashas which are available for purchase. Let us know if you would like some help selecting one.
+ Do you offer lessons so one can learn how to use a Tibetan Singing Bowl for meditation, self-healing and healing others?
Yes, we offer this as a service. Please get in touch to find out more.
+ What style of yoga do you teach?
At Tibetan Sound Healing we integrate ISHTA yoga, Yin Yoga, Therapeutic Yoga and Restorative Yoga in private and group sessions. Combining the serene sounds and therapeutic vibrations of the Tibetan Singing Bowls with these gentle styles of yoga, we are able to deepen and enhance the effects of the yoga asanas. Teaming the modalities is extremely powerful and greatly enhances the body’s own capacity to heal.
ISHTA was founded more than four decades ago and is one of the pre-eminent yoga systems now taught in the West. ISHTA stands for the “Integrated Science of Hatha, Tantra, and Ayurveda” and combines elements of these three ancient eastern disciplines to produce a modern yoga system that trains, instructs, and develops the body, mind, and spirit. The word ISHTA is also derived from the Sanskrit word "ishta," and is interpreted as “that which resonates with the individual spirit,” which is also ISHTA’s mission: to provide a personal yoga system that is neither rigid nor dogmatic, and which allows the individual student, guided by the teacher, to create the practice best suited to his or her physical, mental, and spiritual needs.
YIN YOGA is a very gentle form of yoga where passive floor based asanas are held in a relaxed state for 3 to 5 minutes at a time. This slow paced, gentle form of yoga is deeply nourishing - with passive stresses placed on the deep connective tissues, Yin Yoga mobilises and strengthens our joints, ligaments and deep fascial networks. It is targeted to and deeply nourishes the meridian and organ systems. The experience of Yin Yoga is soothing and calming. It unlocks deeply held tension and cultivates patience and stillness - qualities that help us work towards meditation and deep relaxation.
THERAPEUTIC YOGA is a comprehensive system of restorative yoga, gentle yoga, breath awareness, and guided meditation specifically designed to enhance the body’s own capacity to heal. Using readily available props such as pillows, bolsters, blocks and blankets to gently support the body, the benefits of Therapeutic Yoga are accessible even to those recovering from injury or illness. Breath work, guided meditation and hands-on healing modalities are also part of the system, working to balance the body and ease the mind. It is appropriate for those living with chronic illness or injury, as well as pregnant and aging populations.
+ What is your cancellation policy?
Tibetan Sound Healing has a 24-hour cancellation policy: Any session cancelled or modified WITHOUT 24 HOURS NOTICE will be lost. If you would like to cancel or modify a reservation to another date please contact us by phone or email.
If you have any additional questions please contact us.