Between here & there – Tom Soltron sound

Inspired by travel, nature and people, using instruments such as Himalayan Singing Bowls, flutes from all over the world, Koto (eastern string instrument), Koshi Bells, voice, guitar, piano and electronic instruments

Some experiences

This sound was gentle enough to calm my senses and strong and deep enough to lift me up...

Himalayan Singing Bowls

The bowls belong to the bell family (sometimes called resting bells). They originate from the Tibet area, found both within shamanistic rituals of the Bon tradition and Buddhist meditations.

The Gong, History and Effects

It is considered that tin was the first metal to flow from stones around 10.000 B.C. and as the ovens got hotter copper began to separate from rocks around 6.500 B.C.


Peace Bell Gardens – Megalithic Structures

The foundation of these constructions represents amplification of the beneficial influence of power spots upon man.

Free Voice, Free Spirit

Chanting brings about a state of calm and clarity, a sense of peace, quiet and relaxation, a reduction of pain in the body, a sense of order in everyday life Come and free your voice!

Gong, Whales and Dolphins gathering

I would like to tell you about our meeting with Whales and Dolphins which took place a couple of weeks ago in the small port town Puerto Piramides on the Peninsula de Valdes in Argentina. This is my personal story...

Sound Massage with Himalayan Singing Bowls

Sound massage is done using singing bowls, which are sometimes called the Himalayan Singing Bowls... To learn this wonderful technique come to our workshop in Porabka. Check our calendar of events.