Gong bathing


This experience is something else! Come and experience the healing vibrational and relaxing power of a gong bath.

You are literally bathed in amazing sound vibration.

I invite you to my healing room in Burton Latimer. Lay down comfortably on a soft futon under a warm blanket.

First you are guided through a verbal deep relaxation into a calm state of mind, attention is given to taking you into this relaxed state through breathing and visualisation techniques.

Once calm, the sound therapy will start and you will experience vibration in a very unique way – vibration heals. The power of Mantra & Nada (sound) is great for calming and focusing the mind.

The sound is produced from several beautiful Tibetan singing bowls and a number of Gongs of different sizes and types – from chao gongs, wind gong and an ancient temple gong.

On a physical level, vibration is used by health care professionals through Ultra SOUND, to promote healing from injuries. Ultra sound works and so does gong sound therapy including beyond the physical.

The gongs & singing bowls are played in a way that releases different pitches and waves of vibration. This helps to release energy blocks on the subtle, emotional & mental levels, and resonate deep into the physical body, to help healing in many ways. It is particularly successful for mental and emotional stress as the sound allows the mind to gain focus and perspective, therefore relax.

The sound is crafted to produce an ambience that allows the mind the freedom for healing. The experience stays with you and continues to keep people in a clam relaxed state for some time to come.

We often face struggles and difficulties which result in mental tensions turning into stress and depression or worse. It is mind relaxation where Gong Sound Therapy excels.

People are always amazed by how they feel…

  • There is no touch involved in this treatment. This is a personal one to one sound therapy. I can accommodate an absolute maximum of 2 people.
  • Therapy cost is £20 per person.

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