masters of modern mindful meditation

A fusion of ancient technology with modern modalities.

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NBC 4, the Washington Post & WTOP featured our company Human Activation in articles raising the awareness for wellness through meditation.

A Harvard 8-week meditation study found increased gray-matter density - important for learning and memory, and associated with self-awareness, compassion, and introspection. Source

In the American Journal of Health Promotion, Tibetan singing bowls were used compared to silence before a relaxation exercise. Scientists found the singing bowls produced greater decreases in blood pressure and heart rate compared to silence alone. Source

Mitchel Gaynor, Cornell Medical College's Center for Integrative Medicine director of Medical Oncology, is renown for Tibetan Singing bowls successfully being used in his medical practice. Source

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For thousands of years, masters of alchemy have been forging powerful instruments from their ancient wisdom, called      Tibetan Singing Bowls.

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Modern science now recognizes the advanced application of these instruments because of their powerful binaural beats and rapid transcendental relaxation ability. We bring these ancient tools into our modern workplaces to provide rapid relaxation and recalibration for a refreshing reboot in our modern stressful world.





These instruments have been used in many ceremonies and religions through the millennia. Our use of these sacred instruments is no longer tethered to any religion, custom, or dogma, instead used for the unification and alignment in our complex cultural world.

Made from 7 - 12 different metals and minerals, the mixed alchemy of these bowls are now used to forge new levels of achievement, unification, and productivity in our modern society. 

In a National Institutes of Health study on meditation: Over a 19 year period 23% decrease in mortality, a 30% decrease in death due to cardiovascular problems, a 49% decrease in cancer mortality as well. “This effect is equivalent to discovering an entirely new class of drugs (but without the inevitable side effects).” Source

One of the nation’s largest insurance company, Aetna, offer a wellness program where 13,000 employees who have participated in at least one meditation class have reported a 28% reduction in their stress levels, a 20% improvement in sleep quality and said they have gained 62 minutes of productivity per week per person. Source

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Find yourself in a warm, inviting room of people who are buzzing with excitement. They're stretching, whispering, laughing, sitting, standing, or laying down. All different, yet they're all here for a common purpose--to be immersed in the relaxing frequencies of Tibetan Singing Bowls. They're here to experience a Sound Bath.

You stand on your tip-toes and crane your neck to grab a glimpse of the beautiful art installation at the center of the room.

Suddenly, a hush of silence washes over the room. The final ancient metal Tibetan Singing Bowl has been meticulously arranged in its proper place. The facilitator looks up, smiles, and welcomes the crowd.  We're ready to begin.

want to take the next step?

You can schedule your private group meditation now

or, come to one of our many outreach meditations in our washington d.c. metropolitan area

Check out our Events Calendar to see where you can next experience one of our sound baths!

Brand new to Sound baths?

We recommend attending one of our Monthly Meditations

Held Every 1st week of the month.

No registration required.

First Tuesdays - 12:30 - 2:00 PM at The Studio in St. Michaels, MD

7:00 - 8:30PM at Easton Unitarian Universalist. Easton, MD

First Thursdays - 7:00 - 8:30PM at Annapolis Friends Meeting House, Annapolis, MD

First Sundays - 7:00 - 8:30PM at Accotink Unitarian Universalist. Burke, VA