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What is Frequency Restoration?

Proven passive engagement with high-intensity, low-frequency sounds from singing bowls, gongs, and bells can induce deep relaxation and improve mood and well-being.

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Frequency restoration is a holistic practice that utilizes the therapeutic properties of sound vibrations to promote physical, emotional, and mental well-being. Dating back thousands of years, sound healing has been practiced by cultures across the globe, from the chanting of mantras in ancient Indian traditions to the use of instruments like drums and rattles among indigenous peoples. At its core, sound healing operates on the principle that every living organism has a unique vibrational frequency, and disruptions in these frequencies can lead to illness or imbalance.

In sound healing, various instruments are employed to produce specific frequencies and rhythms believed to harmonize with the body's natural vibrations. Common instruments include singing bowls, gongs, indigenous rattles, drums, and chimes, each emitting distinct sounds and frequencies that interact with the body on a cellular level. These vibrations can stimulate relaxation, reduce stress, alleviate pain, and stimulates a greater awareness of the body.

Frequency restoration is an hour-long session with drums, rattles, gongs, crystal bowls, Tibetan singing bowls and chimes. The different instruments are played close to the participants and then further away. The Tibetan singing bowls are carefully selected, of very high quality and they compromise of 70% of the session.


Sessions can be conducted individually or in group settings, often incorporating meditation, breathwork, or guided visualization to enhance the therapeutic effects.

While scientific research on sound healing is still evolving, anecdotal evidence and preliminary studies suggest its potential benefits in promoting overall well-being and complementing conventional medical treatments. As interest in holistic approaches to health continues to grow, sound healing remains a fascinating and promising avenue for exploring the profound connection between sound, mind, and body.

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