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The Gong is a powerful tool for relaxation and rejuvenation for the human body. Sound healing (also known as sound therapy or sound meditation)  is comparable to meditation and mindfulness, but with no effort required on behalf of the participant. The sound does the work. Sound baths are for everyone interested in finding a way to relax, sleep better, destress and declutter the mind.

When we submit to the gong, we allow something higher than ourselves to stimulate our glandular system, change our brain waves, our respiratory / heart rate and neurons in our frontal cortex. We can empower our health and creativity through the Gong vibration, use it as a tool to release ourselves from old patterns that no longer serve us. We can experience lucid dreaming, an emotional experience of letting go and awaken our Chakras. It is a deeply relaxing experience.

 

What happens at a Gong Bath?

Typically a Gong Bath session will last one hour. Please bring with you a yoga mat, a blanket and head cushion (if you so wish). When you enter the room remove your footwear, set up your yoga mat and make yourself comfortable. To begin with we may do some breathing exercises to relax and to help us feel grounded in the room. You are then invited to lie down, close your eyes and let the sound and vibration of the gong into your space. During the session the Practitioner will use a selection of Sound Healing instruments to work in harmony with the Gong including Singing Bowls and Koshi Chimes. At the end of the session there will be a few minutes silence to quietly reflect on the experience and return from your sound journey to the room.

Please arrive in good time for your session and remember to bring your yoga mat and blanket. Once the Gong Bath commences, late comers will not be allowed to enter the room.

Please Note: We advise that if you are pregnant, wear a pacemaker or hearing devices that you do not take part in a Gong Meditation. Please seek advice from your Doctor.

 




 

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