From high-tech to sound therapy and beyond
Lauri is an internationally recognized singing bowl artist from Estonia who has been sharing tranquil and soothing soundscapes since 2015.
Growing up in a musical family— his father played violin for the National Opera, and mother was a music teacher— Lauri was exposed to classical music from an early age, regularly attending all types of musical performances.
After completing an MSc in Computer and Systems Engineering from Tallinn University of Technology, he worked for 15 years as a Sales and Marketing Director at several hi-tech companies. During that time he collaborated with companies such as Microsoft, NASA, Oracle, Cisco, General Electric, Nokia, and others. Despite great success and financial freedom, he began to sense that something was missing and that his life had to change on a very deep level. He moved to the Big Island of Hawaii for a break. There— supported by nature, pure fresh food, and solitude— he experienced a profound awakening; he realized his true purpose and calling.
He met several sound therapists and acquired his first set of Crystal Singing Bowls. Initially, he planned to use these as a personal tool for relaxation and reset, but as his music evolved he was increasingly invited to perform in public. He left his tech job to dedicate himself fully to exploring sound healing, working with several mentors who taught him techniques and secrets of the singing bowls. In 2016, the co-founders of Crystal Tones, the manufacturer of the bowls Lauri uses, officially accorded him the status of Bowl Master.
Today, after four years of exploring, studying, extensive traveling and performing for tens of thousands of people around the world, Lauri is continuing to demonstrate to people by playing the crystal bowls that an enhanced state of being is instantly available to anybody and can be evoked effortlessly. His unique, gentle, flowing and elegant style is appreciated by many event hosts and teachers around the world.
Lauri has performed at events such as Tech Open Air Berlin, Science and Nonduality, Yoga Journal Live.