Sound Therapy

Sound Therapy

Peter Hess Peter Hess has developed the sound massage in the 80s. In search of alternative healing methods he undertook numerous trips to India, Nepal and Tibet. Experiences with traditional healers and observations at the Newar, the oldest folk group in the Kathmandu Valley, showed him the great importance of the sounds in traditional healing. Peter Hess experienced on his travels on his own body, how strong sounds can work.

In Nepal, he had come to know the sound baskets and developed the idea that they had to be an ideal medium to make the healing effects of the sounds experienceable for the people of the West. The idea quickly found realization in the first seminars and the positive results led to a rapid further development and dissemination of its method.

Today, the Peter Hess sound massage is used successfully in numerous professional fields in the areas of pedagogy, counseling, therapy and medicine. Peter Hess Institute's wide range of training, continuing education and training reflect the numerous possibilities of the professional use of sound massage and sound shells.

We also recommend to watch the following youtube video "Tibetan Singing Bowl Session - Sound & Vibration Healing Therapy"

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The sound of singing bowls resonates and vibrates helping you to relax, meditate, sleep or any other benefit you might find from them. I always feel great after using these bowls on other people, and i imagine the people receiving the session feel the same or better. I could see Scarlet going into like a hypnotic state during the session, breathing changing speed. little movements of her body. These could be signs of the vibration healing effects of the bowls clearing any problems or blockage in here body.

ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response it is described as a pleasurable tingling sensation that can be felt most commonly in the back of the scalp and down the spine but not limited to these area's. 
I try to describe ASMR experience to people using something common like visiting a hairdresser, do you find the experience of someone focusing on you, the gentle touching of your hair, the sound of the scissors moving around you relaxing?
That would be a relaxing experience, watching ASMR video is like recreating that type of experience.
I believe most people can experience ASMR, to experience ASMR you need to find you trigger, common triggers will often be related to one person focusing on you or another person and watching this person focus or give them attention will trigger it.

Watching massage ** Baba Worlds Greatest Head Massage **
Watching a person focus and describe something there passionate about ** Bob Ross deep voice talking about painting, scraping sounds, brushing sounds. The forefather of ASMR **
Whispering ** Maria GentleWhispering the Queen of ASMR **

Listening to someones voice & the way the talk
Soft spoken voices & certain accents
Hand Movements 
Watching Someone Focus on a task
Personal Attention - like a hair cut
Any type of Role Play the best ones are ones that involve personal attention to you, examinations, face brushing ect
Watching someone draw or paint
Sounds : Crinkle, Tapping, Scratching & multi layering of different sounds together

Almost anything can be a "trigger' for a persons ASMR everybody is different, you just have to find yours. 

As with all my video, my intentions is always to provide you a little home away from home, where you can kick back relax and always find a new and unique experience as i guide you with sights & sound to a relaxing location where my objective is to let you feel gentle waves of relaxation & ASMR until you close your eye to fall into a peaceful sleep.

Wiki - ASMR
Largest ASMR Community Outside of youtube Reddit -



Our Peter Hess® high quality singing bowls and gongs have been refined throughout 20 years of experience with sound massage, sound massage-therapy and sound pedagogics.  They are especially designed with sound massage and therapy in mind. Depending on the body part it is used for, the bowls reach a specific range of sounds. The following types have been developed for the work of sound therapists:

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