Come and experience the healing benefits of harmonic vibrations produced by large gongs, Himalayan singing bowls and other sound instruments made out of new and ancient metals, clay and wood. These unique instruments will surround you in our 1300 square feet acoustical sound space.
2020 and now 2021 has increased the human stress level to new heights and it has never been more important to find alternative ways in dealing with it.
Benefits of Harmonic Sound Therapy
History of Himalayan Singing Bowls
If you have been blessed to be the caretaker of one or more bowls or simply thinking about purchasing your first one, questions invariably arise about where they came from, how were they made, and by whom? Learn more about the history of the bowls.
The pursuit of silence has been my journey. When I heard my first Himalayan singing bowl played, the most remarkable thing occurred, the chattering in my head stopped. The vibration and tones, which vary with each bowl, took me on a journey where words are not necessary. I had gone to a place of remembering silence, without the thought of remembering. What was amazing is that I found it easier than meditation. No effort was needed.
So inspired by the singing bowl, I traveled all across the country to find them. It wasn’t long before I had quite a few antique bowls in my care. With the help of others who are experts in the field of singing bowls and putting in my own time, I have developed various harmonic sets that I use in my own practice. It has become a loving passion to share this gift of vibrational silence with others.
I am a graduate of the Singing Bowl Master Level Program developed by Mitch Nur, Ph.D. This program gives students an understanding of the cultural uses, history, scientific evaluation, and application of both ancient and modern Himalayan Singing Bowls. Dr. Nur is also instrumental in teaching the very same elements about the use of gongs in our practices. As a result, I have added more gongs to my collection that round out the entire sound experience.
My journey into sound therapy was based largely on my desire to support my wife’s path of helping others through singing bowls and gongs. My own career as a Psychotherapist and Administrator for Mental Health Programs over the past 40 years provided me with some insight into her desire to find a path that gave her personal meaning and a way to help others. Little did I know that we would end up on this path together.
One day, as we were setting up her gongs for a practice session, Linda asked me if I wanted to try playing the gongs. I told her I was happy being her “roadie” and that I was content just doing the heavy lifting. Long story short, I took a few short lessons from her and the next thing I knew, we were composing a gong presentation. We arranged to perform a Gong Meditation for a couple of groups over a weekend and received many positive reviews by its participants.
We traveled one weekend to Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico to hear gong concerts presented by her Teacher Mitch Nur. After that I enrolled in Mitch’s “Gong Camp” and am now pursuing my own certification as a Master Gong Practitioner, utilizing both my skills as a Psychotherapist and as a Sound Therapist. It is an exciting prospect to pursue a joint adventure with my Life Partner.
Public Sound Journeys for early 2021 are on hold until further notice. We hope to schedule them as soon as we are able.
We are still scheduling private individual, couples or private group Sound Journey events. Just call 970-389-9422 to book your personal event!
We will continue to be open to the public for your "Gong, Singing bowl, music and other fun stuff" shopping needs on Saturdays, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Don't hesistate to call us to open the doors if you need to shop any other days of the week. If you see our huge OPEN sign lit in the front window, come on in!
Know we are thinking about you and your families. You all will be in our thoughts and prayers as we continue to walk through this pandemic together.
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To be updated in 2021 once bi-monthly group events can resume.