Harmonic Therapy for the Individual 

Singing Bowls and Gong Harmonic Therapies  

Like many other wonderful healing modalities,  Harmonic Sound Therapy is truly something wonderful to experience. Once a session is completed, there is often a sense of peace and the realization of being wide open to all possibilities. You will have experienced tangible "vibration" (without effort)!
This "vibrational energy" is one of the best means to unhook from the illusion of our storylines and hook instead to our source and strength within.  There are many ways to experience the healing benefits of Harmonic Therapy with Singing Bowls and Gongs. We have laid out a few possibilities below that we can help with.


Dr. Nur showing his students how individual sound therapy is done.

So many of us struggle day to day with the challenges of our busy physical and mental lives that we get lost in the constant stream of our own experience.  Have you ever just sat out in nature, took a deep breath in and truely listen to the sweet birds that sing?  How does that make you feel?  Does it increase your joy and energy?  Sure it does!

There are many wonderful healing modalities available that can help us find our true nature and help ground us (just like listening to the sweet song of a bird).  Harmonic Sound Therapy with Himalayan Singing Bowls (especially the very old bowls) along with large Gongs is one of the more powerful ways we can tap into our bodies and our vibrational fields.  

Think about scheduling an individual (or couple) harmonic therapy session.  An appointment with us can last anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes and can do wonders if you are feeling frazzled, emotionally distraught, or in any kind of pain.  It is also key to finding that vibrational quiet time that so many of us could use.  If this sounds like an experience you would like to try, come visit our beautiful studio in Pagosa Springs, CO (2839 Cornerstone Dr., #5).  We will surround you with antique singing bowls and magnificent gongs along with other delightful sound instruments.  

Cost of session for an individual run from $60.00 (1 hour) to $90.00 (1-1/2 hours) 

Cost of session for a couple is $90.00 (1 hour) to $120.00 (1-1/2 hours)

                If finances are ever an issue, let us know. We are happy to make adjustments when helpful.

Call Today: (970) 389-9422

Since Tom and I work as a team, we will surround a group of guests in our 1300 square foot studio with the hypnotic sounds of 16 gongs interspersed with sweet singing bowls of all sizes and other sound instruments.  Our guests will lay down on comfortable mats or if preferred, chairs are provided.  

At this time, we are doing at least one monthly group session in our studio (click on the event tab at the top for the date and time of the next session).  As we move into 2019, we will add additional dates/times.  

Cost options of participating in a 1 hour group session:

​Buy your ticket from Eventbrite - $22.85 per person

Buy your ticket at the door - $30.00 (cash preferred)

Our studio is located at 2839 Cornerstone Dr., #5 in Pagosa Springs, CO.  The studio can accommodate up to fifty individuals.  Please bring your own mat, pillow and blanket.  Eye pillows are recommended.  Eventbrite URL will be posted under the Events tab at the top of this page.  These group events are not recommended for children who would not be able to lay still for the duration of the session (we will create separate special events for children where they would be free to move about).

If you are interested in a harmonic sound session in southwest Colorado (your chosen facility) – call (970-389-9422) or email us (lindabonde@centurytel.net) to discuss the space you would like to use.  This will help us determine what instruments to bring. We highly recommend this option for corporate facilities where employees could use a break from the mundane.

Cost options for bringing the sound show to your facility:

$35.00 per person


Harmonic Therapy for Groups

The Edge of Silence 

​​“Come and experience the healing benefits of harmonic vibrations produced by Himalayan singing bowls, Gongs and other sound instruments made out of ancient metals, clay and wood”