Sound massage

Peter Hess (an engineer-physicist) began developing the sound massage in 1984 (based on his experiences in Nepal, Tibet and India and ancient knowledge of sound). It is a western method, a holistic, relaxing technique using singing bowls to address body, mind and spirit, preserving the primal experience (sounds, noises, sensations) that we have in the womb.
The “massage” is performed with therapeutic singing bowls of different sizes: placed on the body covered by the cloth, they vibrate with gentle strokes. As 70-80% of the body is water (liquid), they are excellent conductors of sound. The vibrations are transmitted through the skin, body tissues, cavities, organs and bones, causing the patient to relax and even fall asleep. The treatment calms, recharges, awakens thoughts and relieves pain. The singing bowls are also suitable for aura treatment, so it is not always necessary to place the bowls on the body. For pregnant women and clients who are unable to lie down, the treatment can be done sitting on a chair.
Sound massage is excellent for adults, babies, children, couples and even for family therapy, from 0-100 years! Duration 60 minutes.
The sound bowls are used in various fields by doctors, naturopaths, wellness practitioners, teachers, therapists, health counsellors. Sound massage can also be used with patients as a supportive, relaxing, complementary method, after consultation with a doctor.


Medically measurable changes:

It can be used with particular care in problematic application areas:

Singing bowls come from Eastern cultures, mainly from Japan, Tibet and the Himalayas. It is thought to be from Tibet, Asia and the Himalayas. They are thought to have existed since 4000 BC, when man first began to work metal. Their former use is unclear, but they were probably used to store food and offerings, and by shamans for healing rituals. Today they are used mainly for meditation.
The old bowls from Nepal were becoming increasingly difficult to obtain of a quality that would meet the requirements for bodywork, so Peter Hess (engineer, physicist, ‘inventor’ of sound massage) set about developing and manufacturing his own therapeutic bowls. Numerous experiments and tests have proven that these bowls are suitable for bodywork.