"Virtual" Meditation with

Japanese Singing Bowl

Relax & recharge with Sound Bath

15min, one session
YouTube Playlist: Click Here!

Whether at work or at home, let's refresh yourself for 15 minutes together with us! The singing bowl used for this program harmoniously combines the healing qualities of the Tibetan singing bowl and its Japanese tradition your stress dissipate into thin air as the sounds of the singing bowl lead you into a meditative state.
*This on-demand video series consists of videos originally broadcasted weekly as part of JFLA's Wellness Wednesdays program on Facebook live.

Monthly Japanese Phrase

April: Arigato (Thank you.)
May: Daijobu (Don't worry.  It's OK.)
June: Daisuki ( I love you.)
July: Ganbaro (Go for it)
August: Genki (I'm fine.) 1, Genki ( I'm fine.) 2
September: Okagesama (Thanks to you, …)* *It was recorded in Water Canyon, Utah 
October: Iidesune (Sounds good.)1, Iidesune 2* *It was recorded in Lake Tahoe.
November: Otsukaresama (Good work. Good work today.)* *It was recorded in Lake Tahoe.
December: Tanoshii (It's fun.)
February: Omoshiroi (Interesting/ funny)1, Omoshiroi 2* *It was recorded in Hawaii.
March: Shiawase (I'm happy)

What is Singing Bowl?

The singing bowl used in this program is a healing musical instrument that Japanese craftsmen designed with the finest of details.  Tibetan meditation bowl (a type of Buddhist instrument) has rich harmonic overtones, Japanese traditional singing bowl (also a type of Buddhist instrument) has a beautiful single tone and long sustain.  The singing bowl used in this meditation program is a wonderful healing instrument incorporating both the Tibetan and Japanese qualities.  Harmonious waves penetrate quickly and deeply, while harmonic overtones delicately realign the body.

*A feature of the Singing Bowl its skillfully applied Japanese lacquer

about Instructor

Yuki Uwasawa is CMT (Certified Massage Therapist in CA), Sound Body Healing, Shiatsu Practitioner, Deep Massage Practitioner, Kundalini yoga teacher (K.R.I Certificate of Training).  
She moved to California in 1989 and soon after developed an interest in body work (massage, healing) which she began studying in 1991. Throughout the nineties Yuki studied numerous types of massage and body healing by attending workshops at various schools including the Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine, Massage School of Santa Monica, Esalen Institute, and La Stone, to name a few. Yuki first experienced the healing properties of sound through singing bowl in 2016 and has been practicing sound healing since. Her singing bowl used in the meditation sessions is called "Singing Ring".



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