Sonoran Sound Singing Bowls vol. 1 is now available for streaming, download or limited edition CD! The album, produced by Liv Singh Khalsa, and released on Invincible Records, provides a lush soundscape of crystal bowl meditations. The rich harmonics of the bowls instantly bring the mind into resonance.
Weekly Classes in Phoenix
- Monday: 4:15-5:00 pm Current Meditation – Current 45
- Monday: 5:25-5:50 pm Current Sound – Current 25
- Monday: 6:15-7:00 pm Current Meditation – Current 45
- Monday: 7:25-8:10 pm Current Meditation – Current 45
- Wednesday: 4:15-5:00 pm Current Meditation – Current 45
- Wednesday: 5:25-5:50 pm Current Sound – Current 25
- Wednesday: 6:15-7:00 pm Current Meditation – Current 45
- Wednesday: 7:25-8:10 pm Current Meditation – Current 45
- Saturday: 4:00-5:15 pm Urban Yoga – Restorative + Sound Meditation (w/bowls, gongs, flutes)
- Sunday: 1:15-2:00 pm Current Meditation – Current 45
- Sunday: 2:25-3:10 pm Current Sound – Current 45
- Sunday: 3:35-4:20 pm Current Meditation – Current 45
Check the Current Meditation and Urban Yoga schedules for additional class times and events. The best way to get up to date information on my teaching schedule is to sign up for my newsletter, email me through this site, friend me on Facebook, or follow me on Instagram.
Hamid on Episode 80 of the Inner Monologue Podcast
Thai Massage (aka Thai Yoga Massage)
Now offered in my private studio or mobile–bookable online via the MindBody App or at this link. I practice Traditional Thai Massage in the Northern Style taught by living master and my teacher Ajahn Pichest Boonthume. Sessions are offered in studio or at-home. Thai Massage, also sometimes called Thai Yoga Massage, is a healing system combining acupressure, Indian Ayurvedic principles, and assisted yoga postures. Traditional Thai massage uses no oils or lotions. The recipient remains clothed during a treatment. There is constant body contact between the giver and receiver, but rather than rubbing on muscles, the body is compressed, pulled, stretched and rocked. Thai massage is performed on a thin mattress on the floor, rather than on a massage table. The massage generally follows the “sen” (energy lines) with a great deal of attention paid to the feet and legs first before moving on to other areas of the body. A full Thai massage session typically lasts two hours or more, but can be shortened and includes rhythmic pressing and stretching of the entire body. This may include pulling fingers, toes, ears, cracking knuckles, walking on the recipient’s back (in certain instances), and moving the recipient’s body into many different positions.