Jonathan Adams (Sonic Yogi) discovered sound as therapy after his experiences and recovery from anxiety. As a touring musician, he knew the power of music to move our emotions, but following this experience, he understood its potential as a healing force. Since then, he has used his intuition, experiences, and studies to explore the role of sound and music in the healing arts and create new ways for people to relax, enhance self-healing, self-awareness, focus and creativity.

In addition to live sound therapy, Jonathan also frequently gives talks and workshops on sound therapy and wellness, which include appearances at TedX, National Spiritual Living Conference, GA State Social Workers Conference, Emory Wellness Center, Wigwam Wellness Festival and many more. In only a few years, his sound therapy recordings with Singing Bowls, flute and guitar have received millions of plays online, and can be streamed on YouTube, Spotify, SoundCloud and the MindBliss and Insight Timer apps. They are also used by Golds Gym nationally in their Centergy yoga classes. He continues to explore ways in which sound, as therapy, can help people to relax, de-stress, enjoy deeper meditations and feel great!

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[New Release] This is a recording of a set of singing bowls. The root bowl is C#, the Aum tone or Earth tone. The other bowls are harmonized with the ...
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This is a recording of a set of singing bowls. The root bowl is C#, the Aum tone or Earth tone. The other bowls are harmonized with the Chakras in this scale. These types of singing bowls have been used since ancient times in meditations and healing work. They are traditionally made with 7 metals representing the 7 planets that the tibetan monks were aware of at the time. The bowls produce monaural beats and harmonic overtones that affect body and mind on a deep level. The bowl set here is based on the Earth tone. This is also known as "Om" and is the calculated sound signature of the Earth as it travels around the sun. In Indian music this is also called the Sadja. The corresponding bowls were matched according to the Chakra system in Ayurvedic medicine. This also corresponds roughly with the western major scale. http://sonicyogi.com