Other Services

There are many other beautiful and nurturing approaches: the sounds and vibrations of the Tibetans Bowls, specific exercises which help rewire the brain, The Bush Flowers essences, Qi-gong, the Five Tibetan Rites, The Physical Vascular Bemer Therapy, to name just a few of what might be used at move2balance to enrich and support your journey.

Tibetan Bowls

The powerful sounds and vibrations of the Tibetan bowls are magnificent. Tibetan bowls reduce stress, improve overall health and generate a profound sense of peace and wellbeing. The harmonics they create have an amazing therapeutic effect, helping to alleviate pain and to bring balance at energetic, emotional and physical levels. The different tones frequencies help also to realign, cleanse, revitalize and unblock trapped energy to initiate transformation and healing.

Who can benefit?

Everyone can benefit from the Tibetan bowls!

Tibetan bowls particularly assist with:

  • Pain relief
  • Stress and brain activity reduction
  • Relaxation
  • Healing of the mind and body
  • Enhancing a sense of peace and clarity

After a Tibetan bowls session…


  • Relaxed
  • Balanced
  • Centered
  • Connected with yourself
  • Peaceful
  • Focused
  • Grounded, etc.


  • Stressed
  • Caught up in your thoughts
  • Burdened by your pain, etc.

Tibetan bowls are fashioned from seven different metals (silver, gold, mercury, tin, lead, copper and iron) and produce several high frequency tones, which resonate simultaneously in beautiful harmonics.

These sounds help slow brain waves from Beta frequencies (our normal awake state) to deeper Alpha (conscious state without concentration) and Theta waves (profound relaxation), bringing peace to busy minds.

We hear and ingest sounds with more than just our ears: our whole self responds to it. Sound waves enter the body and are conducted effortlessly through our tissues via the significant amounts of water contained within our cells. As a result of this immersion in sounds, our cells are permeated with vibrations that act as deep atomic and molecular massage. This “micro massage” of tissues and cells helps restore health and improve blood circulation, metabolism and the pulsing of the nervous system and endocrine glands.

Whether organ, bone or tissue, each part of our body has it’s own resonance frequency when we are healthy. When dis-eased, that part of the body vibrates out of harmony. Following the principles of resonance and entrainment, it is therefore possible to use external sounds (like that of Tibetan bowls) to help reintroduce a more balanced vibration to this area. These reverberating waves of sounds stimulate the body, assisting the rediscovery of its own harmonious frequency.

“One reason sound heals on a physical level is because it so deeply touches and transforms us on an emotional and spiritual planes. Sound can redress imbalances on every level of physiologic functioning and can play a positive role in the treatment of virtually any medical disorder”.

– Dr Mitchel Gaynor
(director of Medical Oncology and Integrative Medicine at the Cornell Cancer prevention center, New York)
quote by Diane Mandle, Ancient Sounds for a New Age

The rewiring of our brain

We can make the conscious choice to use the transformative powers of our brain. The term neuroplasticity refers to the potential that the brain has to
reorganize itself by creating new neural pathways. Usually, for lasting changes to happen in the brain, repetition and consolidation are keys.

Beside more classic meditation and visualization, there are many different kind of exercises that can help us change our brain and create new connections to better nurture ourselves, take care of our own needs by building inner resources, change bad habits and create new positive ones, etc.

In the sessions many of them will be used. They might also be suggested as self-help at home.

The practices of the exercises will build long lasting resources towards feeling more

  • Safe
  • Nurtured
  • Centered
  • Grounded
  • Calm
  • At peace


  • Emotional balance
  • Positive emotions
  • Self-compassion
  • Mindfulness
  • Gratitude
  • Contentment
  • Self-esteem
  • Love


  • Stress
  • Negative thinking
  • Anxiety

If you would like to know more about the potential of the brain, I would recommend 2 books by Norman Doidge: “The Brain that changes itself” and “The Brain’s Way of Healing”.

For a well of information on the brain and how to change it for our benefit, I warmly encourage you to visit Rick Hanson’s website http://www.rickhanson.net/the-science-of-positive-brain-change/ and to subscribe to his free newsletters http://www.rickhanson.net/newsletter-signup

You can also benefit from a training created by Rick Hanson, which I teach:

Positive Neuroplasticity Training