​​“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”

Linda playing her new baby, the Contra B

A very fine cup bowl

The product of a lot of hard work - new singing bowls of all sizes

Our teachers, Mitch Nur, Ph.D and his wonderful wife Michelle guided us on a most memorable trip to Katmandu - 2014!

My grand-daughter with a jewel of a bowl

Intergalactic Master Control (says my teacher)

My Adventures to Katmandu

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Linda learning the fine techniques of playing the gong

Bowl has been shaped, but more hammering to do

Metals have been melted and are now being poured

Katmandu, Nepal 2014

Getting the shine on in Katmandu

Comos - a 38" Italian gong from Grotta Sonora

Contra B Burmese Nipple gong - 34 inches

The true start of a new singing bowl

For fun and education

Yes, even the new bowls are hand hammered

Sorry folks, this one not for sale

Bowls are placed above, to the side and underneath for optimum vibration!

Can you see the Copper in some of these bowls? Not considered a defect!

Up close, two bowls at once being hammered

Opportunity to pick out antiques in person, what a blessing this was

Here is what goes into the fire when ready to make a singing bowl

The Edge of Silence 

Aspen mallets are the bomb.  Yes, product of Colorado

The start of a new singing bowl being made in Katmandu

Fun and relaxation can be found in the studio!

Titanium bell beauties from Ross Barrable