Jonathan Goldman

Through the use of harmonic instruments (Tibetan bells, Gong, Handpan) sounds and vibrations are emitted which lead to deep relaxation, contributing to the general well-being of the person.

By listening to harmonic sounds, our mind is brought back to the present moment, becomes one with the sound that vibrates, spreads, fades away.

The sound of these instruments is particularly rich in audible harmonics and makes it possible to hear multiple sounds at different intervals at the same time, enveloping the person listening to them in a sound immersion, a regenerating bath, where the conscious and unconscious spheres are deeply stimulated .

Sound Voyage

Individual, couple or small group up to 4 people.
In an intimate and safe environment, lying on futons, you will experience a personalized sound journey with Tibetan bells, gongs and handpans.

Vibrational massage

Once lying on the bed, the Tibetan bells are placed on various parts of the body and made to resonate harmoniously. The vibrations generated by the instrument radiate along the body and it is precisely in this sense that the “massage” takes place.

The human being perceives low sounds from a minimum frequency of 16/20 Hz. At the threshold of 20 Hz, perception passes directly to the body sphere. The bells placed directly on the body produce a sensation that warms and dissolves internal tensions.

During treatments, brain waves are progressively tuned from Beta frequencies to lower and slower frequencies, Alpha, Theta and Delta.

Musical accompaniment with Handpan, Gong and Tibetan Bells for meditations, yoga, reading books and poems, and any other activity compatible with the intention of reaching a state of relaxation and balance.

Benefits of massage and sound travel

  • Relax and regenerate your muscles
  • Relieves joint pain, muscle pain, sciatic pain, digestive system pain, headache, migraine, spinal injury, shoulder pain
  • Stimulates digestion
  • Helps expel toxins from the body
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Relax your mind
  • Balances blood pressure
  • It helps to achieve a state of calm and deep relaxation

Tibetan Bells

The first attestations relating to Tibetan bells date back to 2000 BC. in the mountainous areas of the Himalayas: Tibet, Mongolia, Northern India, China and Nepal. Their use is varied and unique (they are bowls for collecting offerings, containers for cooking).

Played using the traditional wooden clappers, they become precious musical instruments, promoting relaxation, guiding the mind towards meditative states, generating sensations of peace.

Most singing bowls are made from bronze alloys. The most precious ones are composed of seven metal alloys connected to the seven planets: gold for the sun, silver for the moon, mercury for Mercury, copper for Venus, iron for Mars, tin for Jupiter and lead for Saturn. Their composition, color and weight are variable.


The Gong, of Chinese origin, is one of the oldest musical instruments in the world. Archaeologists have found remains built almost 4,000 years ago.

The gong sound helps the brain achieve deep relaxation, especially delta and theta brainwave states, which are the slowest brainwaves in humans.

The brain can hardly follow the sounds of the gong, and this facilitates a deep meditative state, relaxation, creativity and natural healing.


The handpan or “hang” is a convex steel drum invented in 2001 by a small Swiss company.

With its harmonic, soothing, ethereal sounds and percussive qualities, the handpan is a very unique instrument that is played with the hands.

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