VIP Pack

Over the years people who have enjoyed our Sound & Vibrational Therapy on a regular basis have asked us to put together a package that will allow them to save $$$.  Well here it is!

Do you want to be a Satori Sounds VIP?

Our Exclusive “VIP” Pack is specifically created for those who love all forms of Satori Sounds, Sound & Vibrational Therapy. From Crystal Light Sound Bed Sessions to Lunar Sessions.

This is outstanding value, representing a massive saving to you. Huge value but limited availability, we are offering a limited number of VIP packs to see you through 2018 with huge savings.

10      DidgeConnect Sessions                             $65ea                Value $650

8        Pure Gong Sessions                                   $50ea                Value $400

4        Lunar Sessions                                           $75ea                Value $300

3        1 hr Crystal Light Sound Bed Sessions      $60ea                Value $180

                                                                   Total Value                    $1,530.00

Cost of VIP Pack   $1,000.00

You save more than $500 PLUS. You will receive advance notice on any special events giving you first pick at booking with 10% discount. PLUS VIP’s will receive *10% discount of in store purchases throughout the year.

*excludes marked specials already discounted.

You’ll notice this is divisible by two so if you regularly come with your partner or friend we’re quite happy for you to share this pack.

Terms & Conditions

  • VIP Session Pack is valid for a period of 12 months. After that any unused sessions will be forfeited. 
  • VIP Session Pack may be shared with another person.
  • When you purchase this pack you need to call our office to book your sessions. 9456 3023.
  • Crystal Light Sound Bed Sessions are for 1 hour bookings. Shorter sessions will count as 1 session.
  • No refunds part or in whole will be given if you choose to cancel or do not use any sessions within the 12 month period.  

Cancellation Policy

  • Cancellations received 48 hours or more prior to the session will have the option to reschedule to an alternative time. 
  • Cancellations received 24 hours or more prior to the session will have the option to reschedule to an alternative time. 
  • Cancellations received within less than 24 hours prior to the session will forfeit that session.
  • No refund or the option to reschedule to an alternative time will be given for cancellations within 24 hours of the session, late or non attendance.

SATORI - the beginning of enlightenment

Welcome Satori

We’re never too old to learn or have new adventures!  Satori is now born to new learning and adventures.

Saturday 1st July was opening day for Satori Sounds.  We have gone a long journey to here.  When we began Echoes in 2006, our intent was to develop and share the “ancient” wisdoms of Sound and Vibration therapy.  We have given eleven years to research and development of an ancient and effective series of sounds, our sound chamber is purpose built to accommodate these sounds.

Through this time I have been fortunate to have learnt from Masters and those qualified to help me develop technique, skills and most of all knowledge, they are Professors, Scientists and Elders. 

Echoes was raised by some outstanding Directors and I am forever grateful to them for their love and wisdom, each of our Directors are amazing teachers with high knowledge and strong spirits. They have openly shared their knowledge and wisdom with me and with many who have attended events here such as “The Samurai and the Songman” where our Elder/Director Bob Randall (dec) who was a tribal Songman and Custodian of Uluru together with Grand Master Sensei Ramon Lawrence OAM shared spiritual as well as practical knowledge with us all.  Another of our Elders (Adj) Professor Joan Winch AM has been a shining light guiding us through her knowledge of sound and of vibration.  Words could never express the love and gratitude we feel for them.

Echoes held its doors open to scrutiny since its inception and it has grown through a time when most people had never heard of, nor had any understanding of the power of sound as a healing tool.  Satori Sounds will continue to hold its doors open to any qualified research.

Many people are asking why we have now made these changes, maybe I can share a little of the motivation to change.  2017 has been a challenging year for so many of us and my family has not been exempt from challenge.  We’ve had a serious and challenging illness to deal with which has made me feel like I want to just go home and look after my family, not at all practical as my sons all have wonderful wives and I respect their space, but mums tend to worry anyway. 

Whilst we’ve been dealing with personal issues there were two things that bought me to the point of considering closing the doors for good, one was a nasty burglary that came so close to closing us down, we sustained big losses and sadly a great deal of damage.  Echoes as a small business could not sustain these losses and costs.  The second has been an overly excessive (800%) increase in the cost of running our Registered Training Organisation.  This price rise is not something we are able to do as the costs to clients would be too high.

So, at my lowest point since beginning Echoes in 2006 I took it all to prayer and was told very clearly that “if you don’t like the way its happening, change the way you do it!”  I gave it all over and Satori was returned to me.

So many changes have been applied to bring about our transition from Echoes to Satori.  Our shop and offices have been re-designed and upgraded, our Quantum Resonance Crystal Light Sound bed has a new space and our sound chamber has also been painted and refitted.  Our sound chamber has been sanded back, re-painted, re-carpeted and a new lighting system installed.

Satori Sounds will continue to provide amazing sound sessions and will be managed by Matt Bolland.  Matt arrived at Echoes “spirit first” and has proven to be gifted with empathy and compassion which combined with his skill gives him a perfect foundation for Sound Healing.

The second entity of Satori is our training, Satori Training is also re-born, what was previously our Registered Training Organisation is now Satori Training teaching the Art of Sound Healing as a Martial Art discipline.

Satori Training is operated by Dorothy Coe (7th Dan Master of Gong) and Sensei Ramon Lawrence OAM, a Grand Master of several different Martial Arts.  Together we are the only qualified Trainers and Assessors of Sound and Vibration Therapy in Australasia.  Our training course has been accredited by Training and Accreditation Council WA and is now adapted to be a foundation of our Martial Art training program.

Beginning with Shodan (1st Dan) which delivers a Black Belt, we progress through levels of competence right up to Hachidan (8th Dan) the rank of a Grand Master.  High rank doesn’t happen quickly, serious rank requires serious commitment and this takes time. 

As we now become Satori Sounds and Satori Training, we bring to our guests a formally qualified process, accredited as Complimentary Medicine, with the power to take you beyond your conscious self, to empower your spirit and to bring healing energy to every cell in your body.

We would like to thank you all for your past support of Echoes and look forward to welcoming you to Satori.

Love and blessings from us all at Satori

Incense... To stick or not to stick?

Incense comes to us from many different cultures whether it be India, Japan, China or Tibet. Their unique recipes, forms, and names grew out of their diverse social, medicinal and religious practices. So, it stands to reason that this one very general term could never adequately describe them all. 

Cored Stick Incense                                                                                                                              A thin bamboo reed is either dipped into paste or a dough is rolled around the reed. The thicker the core, the longer the incense will burn. The fragrant smoke will include the smell of the burning core, which is typically bamboo. Most commonly used in Indian and Chinese varieties.

Solid Cylinders or Spaghetti Stick Incense                                                                                   These sticks are solid throughout (i.e. do not have a bamboo core). They're either smooth thin extruded spaghetti-like sticks (see senko) or thicker hand-formed cyclinders (see dhoop and simpoi) depending on the tradition they are from.

Incense Cones                                                                                                                                Often you find incense cones, what's the difference? Incense cones are formed from the base paste or dough into small solid cones. These are often referred to as "dhoop cones". Incense cones are an alternative to stick incense. They are burnt by lighting the tip and placing on a heat proof base, of which many people will put on a holder to catch the ash.

Common Synonyms For "Stick Incense"

Joss Sticks                                                                                                                           Traditionally the term joss was used by the by the Chinese to describe their religious idols. A joss house is a Chinese temple and joss sticks are offerings of incense burned in their temples. Today, joss is commonly used as a synonym for the word incense (i.e. joss sticks, joss cones, joss coils). The term "joss stick" is used to describe many different types of stick incense. 

The tradition of burning incense in the east has been around for a very long time. Over the years, the term joss stick has been used in different ways by different traditions. There's no hard and fast rule and things are constantly changing. 

You may occasionally run across uses of the term joss stick that seemingly contradict each other. For instance, a joss stick can be described as an extruded or hand-formed incense stick which does not have a bamboo core. It can also be used to refer to a hand-rolled incense stick with a bamboo core. And both are correct. 

For instance, Indian joss sticks are traditionally made with a bamboo stick in the center, Japanese joss sticks are traditionally made without a bamboo core. And Chinese joss sticks can be made either way. Chinese temple and festival joss sticks can even be very large "cylinders" some as large as building columns. But remember these are just guidelines, not hard and fast rules.

Whatever your preferred choice of incense, be sure you will find a great selection in our shop and online store. 

Exciting news! New session Added.

To better service our clients requests we have increased our schedule of events. We have added a regular Friday night Pure Gong Session. We have also added a Pure Gong Session to our weekend schedule. 

We require a minimum of 7 people per session so please understand if we need to reschedule some sessions.

We look forward to seeing you all very soon at Echoes! 

Many Blessings from the Echoes Team.

Incense Holders & Smudge Pots

So you are going to burn some incense or smudge your home so you can get into your groove...what to do with the ash?

Here are some of the most common ash catchers...

There are many types of incense burners, it can be tricky choosing the best one for the job. Check out our handy guide to some of the most common.

Ash Catchers or Boat Burners                                                                                                          The ash catcher is the most common type of wooden holder for stick incense with a bamboo reed. It's basically a flat piece of wood that curves up at one end. There is a small hole in the curved end that the bamboo reed is inserted in. Some ash catchers can be quite simple, brightly coloured, patterned, inlaid with brass or embellished with a bit of bling. You may also find them made of materials such as metal, ceramic, glass, stone and bone. They are most commonly found in the long "boat" shape or maybe a disc, rectangle and many other shapes.

Bowl Shaped Incense Burner                                                                                                               A bowl burner can be anything from a simple yet elegant ceramic bowl, a brass bowl with a screen top or an ornate hanging censer complete with lid. These may hold babe sticks, spaghetti sticks, cones or resins. When burning resins and some cones you may require a charcoal tablet to burn the incense. Ensure the holder is heat proof, if not sand is beneficial in protecting the bowl heating and cracking.

Abalone Shell                                                                                                                                        A natural abalone shell makes a fantastic vessel for holding smoldering smudge sticks and sweet grass braids. Some people like to burn loose herbs, resins, or other types of non-combustible incense in their abalone shell. If you do this, it's a good idea to insulate the bottom of the shell with at least 2" of natural ash or sand. This will help protect the shell against high temperatures. Charcoal tablets can burn at up to 1500 F.