The Little Tibet

Small Tibetan Brass Singing Bowl


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This Tibetan singing bowl has its beautiful gold colour from brass. With a perfect round shape and hand-beating finish, this neutral and unique looking bowl is suitable for beginners to explore their way to energy healing. This bowl is small and fits well in the palm, it emanates pure and slightly high sound compared to the bigger sized bowls, which is especially beneficial for (yoga) classes or children.

Great for sound healing. You can use it for meditation and improve concentration. It is also popular amongst those into energy & Chakra healing, or simply for releasing stress. It comes with a wooden stick.

Composition: Brass (Zinc 40.69 %, Copper 59.31 %)

Bowl 1 (T321) - £44
Diameter: approx. 10.5cm
Weight: approx. 367g
Sound (musical note): E5 

Bowl 2 (T326) - £45
Diameter: approx. 10.5cm
Weight: approx. 374g
Sound (musical note): E5

Bowl 3 (T325) - £45
Diameter = approx. 10.5cm
Weight = approx. 374g
Sound (musical note): E5

Bowl 4 (T314) - £47
Diameter: approx. 11cm
Weight: approx. 393g
Sound (musical note): E5

Bowl 5 (T313) - £47
Diameter: approx. 11cm,
Weight: approx. 388g
Sound (musical note): E5

Bowl 6 (T318) - £47
Diameter = approx. 10.5cm
Weight = approx. 391g
Sound (musical note): F5

Bowl 7 (T323) - £49
Diameter: approx. 10cm
Weight = approx. 411g
Sound (musical note): F5

Bowl 8 (T319) - £51
Diameter = approx. 10.5cm,
Weight = approx. 426g
Sound(musical note): F5

Our ebook, The Tibetan Singing Bowl, may help you to understand further about Tibetan bowls. This book contains over 100 pages of illustrations with clear instructions, which will accompany very well with your singing bowl for a great experience. You can find out more at:

About the book: The Tibetan Singing Book: A Step-by-Step Sound Therapy Guide

“We, at ‘The Little Tibet’, have participated in many events across the counties of Great Britain with our Tibetan Singing Bowls. On this journey, we witnessed locals’ reactions to these mysterious objects. Many see them as useless kitchen bowls, too awkward to be food bowls, too ugly to be worthy display pieces and some say merely pots without handles.

However, among them, there were many who had seen Tibetan Singing Bowls being used during their travels, yoga classes and meditations. These people asked many questions and both their enthusiasm and curiosity have compelled us to unearth a deeper knowledge of the Tibetan Singing Bowls. Hence, we embarked on another journey to rediscover the true culture behind these bowls and investigate further knowledge including that of ancient Tibetan Bön sharman traditions and scientific analysis of the bowls. Most importantly we also wanted to entrain ourselves to be singing bowl therapists to experience the benefits on a personal health and spiritual level.

Our experiences from scientific experiments, scholarly debates, countless therapy sessions and practical trainings managed to answer some of the most frequently asked questions. Accordingly, we developed some essential training manuals in Part II of this book from beginner to advanced level singing bowl therapy.

Many of these relaxation techniques can be used in the comfort of your own home, although some techniques need guidance for more holistic healing experiences. In addition, just listening to the sound of a Tibetan Singing Bowl can reduce your stress hormones, i.e. cortisol, and by immersing yourself in a sound bath, you can lower your blood pressure.

Hence, we impart our experience of Tibetan Singing Bowls, hopefully helping you and others to achieve a healthier mind, body and spirit.

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