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Simple: 3 Ways To Use Singing Bowls in Your Yoga Practice

July 01, 2021

Simple: 3 Ways To Use Singing Bowls in Your Yoga Practice

There are dozens of ways to utilize singing bowls in your life, and in your practice.

This incredible versatility of singing bowls can actually great a challenge for you in getting started. So many options. And then it's impossible to choose one.

Our great friend and ambassador Katja @coaching_with_katja shares with you 3 very simple ways to get started, by using them in your yoga practice. 

Enter Katja: "I want to show you how I use singing bowls during my class. 

I have here this beautiful singing bowl from The Ohm Store, the small Ancient Self Ohm.

 What I do to start the yoga class is to place the bowl on my palm, and then I invite my student to settle in.

Close their eyes. Find a comfortable seat.

I strike the bowl once, very gently. 

I let it sound. 

I do this because this sound is really good for bringing the student back to the present moment -- into their body. Into the room. Into the class. 

That’s why I love to start the class with one, gentle strike. 

At the end, during savasana, I strike it once, and then I play it (around the rim). 

Just so pretty. And the sound itself helps to relax and to stay present. 

I let it ring. 

And let the student enjoy their savasana. 

Before I guide them out of savasana, I do three gentle hits, Let it ring. 

This is the sign (anchor) that class is ending and that they can return to their body. 

 



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