Sound Healing


Based on studies by Peter Hess, the art of healing through sound, it is based on the conscious use of sound energy to achieve specific purposes and promote well-being. This beautiful art is based on the premise that all matter vibrates at specific frequencies.

Science has shown that the sound or vibration has a strong impact on the substance. 
For example, some studies of Cymatics have shown that the sound creates geometric designs in the matter. 
Dr. Emoto has shown that the sound changes the molecular structure of water. It is known as the human being is made up of about 80% water, so we can understand how important the quality of the sounds that vibrate within us.

Many ancient civilizations and modern cultures use sound for healing and access to higher levels of consciousness for thousands of years.

The sound massage with singing bowls is based on over 5000 years of tradition that originated in the shamanistic culture of Bon Po in the Himalayas. According to ancient Eastern teachings the universe and humanity were created by the sound, then the human being IS sound. When we "tune" with ourselves and our environment, we are able to live freely and creatively.

Sound massage is done through the vibration of Tibetan bells, the cosmics sounds emitted have the gift to make conscious or awaken our interiority, bringing well-being to ourselves and our environment.

The soothing and harmonic sounds and gentle vibrations of the singing bowls induce a feeling of well-being and deep relaxation.

For people in good health sound massage will support the development of their inner harmony and provide them with energy and strength for their daily tasks, receiving new impulses for creativity. 

For those in need physicaly, mentally or emotional, the sound massage will help bring relief and rebalance to the person.

The treatment involves the use of Tibetan bells, according to the method of Peter Hess®

The cups used, according to the ancient wisdom of Tibetan masters, are made of at least 12 different metals, as many as the metals present in our body; as needed and felt the therapist can also use other tools of different traditions and Voice.