Himalayan Sound Massage with Santiago
The vibration effects of this sound healing massage on a person’s body, mind and energy flow is an incredible inner journey that everyone should experience. Following the Buddhist healing traditions from the Himalayas, a sound journey combining singing bowls, Tibetan bells, tingsha cymbals and sacred chants is given by Santiago in different phases and methods. These ancient instruments are ‘struck and sung’ in specific rhythmic patterns to create sound harmonics at special frequencies that impact the sympathetic nervous system as your brain waves synchronize to the vibrations of these harmonic sounds. The harmonic vibrations engage the relaxation reflex and slow down the respiratory, brain and heart rate and disrupt the pain reflex creating mental peace, deep relaxation and a deep sense of well-being. This Himalayan sound journey finally help to reduce stress and anxiety, improve memory and concentration, increase life energy, aid the immune system and balance the chakras.
This therapy lasts for about 1 hour and the cost is Rs. 2000 for guests, Rs. 1500 for guests under 30 years old, Rs. 1000 for Auroville volounteers, and Rs. 800 for Aurovilians & Auroville New Comers. For more information or to make an appointment (book at least one day in advance), please contact directly Santiago by phone or Whatsapp (+91 8754958120) or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About the Therapist
Santiago is a diverse healing arts practitioner with a special connection to the benefits of sound, buddhist wisdom and ancestral shamanic ways. He is in constant research connecting ancient practices and contemporary methods for the human balance and wellbeing. Santiago has a long past experience in western music working with electronic sounds and as pianist, and he is currently studying and extending his wisdom in sound healing with Svaram Sound Experience in Auroville. Besides that, he has received specific training at the Kathmandu Healing Centre in Nepal for the therapeutic uses of bowls and bells. With regard to his reflexology practices, he studied and received knowledge at the Thai Yoga Massage School in Thailand. He moved to Auroville about a year ago and he is practicing in Joy Community since that time. Having travelled around the world during most of his life brings him a touch of different traditions on his sessions. He is as well attracted to different types of art, yoga or meditation practices.