I am incredibly excited to add sound healing under my wellbeing umbrella in 2020 and have completed my Gong Practitioner Training under the expert tuition of Paul Dane, founder of Gong Space UK. I have incorporated my love of yoga and sound healing to bring to you your alternative Friday night of 'Ohm & Gong'!
Venue ~ All Saint's Youth and Community Hall, Didcot
Timing ~ Fridays at 7:30pm to 9pm.
Dates ~ Friday 8th October and Friday 26th November - both sessions are fully booked, however it is worth being added to the waiting list.
The sound of the gong reaches the body on a cellular level, encouraging integrated healing of the body, mind and spirit. No experience is required ~ bring a pillow, blanket and warm clothing ~ come in your PJ's if you like and roll straight into bed afterwards.
Firstly you don't need to bring swimwear, no water is involved! Simply wrap yourself up in a blanket, lie back on your pillow, close your eyes, relax enjoy the healing sound waves.
What to expect from a gong bath.
A gong bath is an individual and private experience, everyone experiences something different. Just come along with an open mind and be ready to relax and let whatever be, be! It is entirely up to you if you want to share your experience with me or keep it to yourself.
How does a gong bath 'work'
It depends how your mind works... now there's a question!
Can anyone come to a gong bath?
If you have any of the following conditions or diagnosis I would recommend you chat to me prior to booking a gong bath. Not suitable during pregnancy, caution should be noted if you have epilepsy, tinnitus, Ménière's disease or any condition which is sound sensitive or could be triggered by sound. Not recommended if you have a pacemaker or other metal implants or a serious mental health condition. If you have any queries about the suitability of a gong bath feel free to contact me.