*Level One is required to take Level Two.
Level 2 of The Singing Bowl Immersion or ‘The Therapist
Course,’ is a totally distinct course from the first level both
in intention and activities. While the first level introduces
people to the innate power of the bowls and step by step
gives accessible techniques and skills leading to increased
confidence, the 2nd level or Therapist Course puts its
attention elsewhere. Here the emphasis is less on the power
of the bowls and more on the role of the Therapist, both at
the level of applied attention, setting conditions for the
client’s transformation and using more sophisticated
patterns, bowl placement and playing approaches. While
the first level has been indeed influenced and refined via
the teachings of Singing bowl legend, Mitch Nur of which
Geoffrey traveled 7 times to study with, the Therapist
Course can be considered a picking and choosing
of some of the most relevant perspectives and techniques
gained during those travels for bowl players with some
already held experience. For those wanting to literally
deepen in the path of the therapist and to have more clearly
defined both the steps in that path and the tools that can
further help realize that path, this course is indispensable.
Like in the level 1 course, expect plenty of relaxation,
connection and increasing of understanding. But yes, in
addition to that, a greater sense of profoundness and
mystery to both the bowls and what it means to work as a
We will have sufficient singing bowls to use during the
workshop, including a mix of newly made and antique
bowls. People are welcome to bring their own bowls also.
There will be bowls ls for sale at the end of the workshop
and support in finding a bowl or set. Quality contemporary
bronze bowls are offered at a very reasonable price of
$150/$170 per kilogram of bowl and there can be
opportunities to purchase bowls aged between 100-300
years. In some cases, payment plans and credit cards can
be an option.
Facilitator: Geoffrey Torkington is a Californian who has
travelled and lived all over the world including spending
years in Yoga community and also involved in Buddhist
practices. He has two 500 hour yoga certificates
in Hridaya and Agama Yoga. Geoffrey is a self-taught guitar
player, chanter, and has been active full time with the
singing bowls since 2012. He is also the owner of one of the
finest antique singing bowl collection in the western world.
He has studied with scholar and legend, Mitch Nur of
9 Ways during 6 different extended workshops on the
subject of Sound therapy including taking the master
course in Himalayan Singing Bowls.
Payment will be collected by Geoffrey himself.
Please contact him here: