* TICKETS PURCHASED IN ADVANCE (ON-LINE) ARE CHEAPER (£13) THAN ON THE DOOR (£15).
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We are collaborating with The London Buddhist Arts Centre on the second and forth Friday of each month to offer Gong Baths to the local community- For those who are interested in experiencing sound for the purposes of deep relaxation, meditation and general well-being.
*The term 'Gong Bath' means that you are bathed in the sound waves of the Gong and other sacred instruments. There is no water involved and you do not have to remove any clothing. You simply lie down on mats, wrap yourself in a blanket and relax while you are cocooned in live sounds. A concert with your eyes closed.
DESCRIPTION OF GONG BATH
'SonicSoul' & 'Sound Interventions' facilitates a 1-hour sound immersion with multiple gongs and other therapeutic instruments including himalayan singing bowls, a shruti box, bells, a frame drum, koshi wind chimes, cactus rainsticks, nutshell shakers, tingshaw bells, Peruvian rattles, croaking frog güiro's, cabasa's, power chimes, kalimba's, a sansula, and bamboo leaf rattles.
Guests will be invited to lay down on yoga mats, close their eyes and experience a deep listening experience as they are saturated and cocooned in sounds. 'SonicSoul' & 'Sound Interventions' will endeavour to deliver sound frequencies to the human body through the ears and directly through the skin, as a sound massage.
*The Gongs will be set up by each practitioner facing opposite sides of the room, creating Gong-Surround-Sound, as they attempt to entrain the left and right hemispheres of your brain.
THINGS TO KNOW
£15 exchange (payment on the door)
£13 pre-paid, via paypal ([masked])
£13 concession (students & pensioners).
The doors open at 19:15 for a refreshing cup of tea.
The Gong Bath starts at 19:30 SHARP
After the session, participants are welcome to have a cup of tea
Yoga mats & lavender eye pillows will be provided to all guests however, for comfort and to stay warm, could guests please bring a light blanket with them, to enhance the sound journey.
Places are limited, and the choice of mats/proximity to the gongs and instruments is on a first-come first-serve basis.