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Join one of our pop up or regular Gong Baths at Havelock Community Centre, Southsea, or Wickham Centre and give yourself a chance to relax, destress and recharge. Put your phone and tablet down, and experience the power of now.

During this meditative and soothing sound immersion Alice and Justin use a variety of therapeutic instruments with the Gongs, including Himalayan singing bowls, crystal bowls, conch shell, shruti box, koshi chimes, tingshaw bells, harp, rainsticks, shakers, rattles, güiros and many others.

At the Gong Bath you will be ‘bathed’ in sound and vibrations – water is not involved.

The Gong Bath is a form of sound therapy that goes back thousands of years. The sound and vibration of the Gong helps the body and brain to relax by going into Delta and Theta brain wave states. Delta brain waves are experienced in a deep dreamless sleep and in very deep meditation. Theta brain waves occur when we dream and we experience vivid imagery, intuition and information beyond normal conscious awareness. These brain waves support relaxation, creativity and natural healing.

All you need to do is to accept and receive the sounds and drift off into a deeply relaxing place. No previous experience required.

As well as facilitating regular Gong Baths in Southsea and Wickham, we also offer occasional pop-up events along the south coast / Portsmouth area.

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Come along to our GONG BATH at Havelock Community Centre, SOUTHSEA

Havelock Community Centre

£10.00

Join our regular Gong Bath at Havelock Communtiy Centre, Southsea and give yourself a chance to relax, destress and recharge. Put your phone and tablet down, and experience the power of now. • What we'll do During this meditative and soothing sound immersion Alice and Justin use a variety of therapeutic instruments with the Gongs, including Himalayan singing bowls, crystal bowls, conch shell, shruti box, koshi chimes, tingshaw bells, harp, rainsticks, shakers, rattles, güiros and many others. At the Gong Bath you will be ‘bathed’ in sound and vibrations – water is not involved. The Gong Bath is a form of sound therapy that goes back thousands of years. The sound and vibration of the Gong helps the body and brain to relax by going into Delta and Theta brain wave states. Delta brain waves are experienced in a deep dreamless sleep and in very deep meditation. Theta brain waves occur when we dream and we experience vivid imagery, intuition and information beyond normal conscious awareness. These brain waves support relaxation, creativity and natural healing. All you need to do is to accept and receive the sounds and drift off into a deeply relaxing place. No previous experience required. • What to bring It’s best to bring a yoga / camping mat, blanket and pillow - anything you need to make yourself comfy so you can relax. Bring a garden chair if lying down is not comfortable for you. It’s a good idea to bring a water bottle and some people like to bring eye masks. • Important to know The session starts at 16.00 prompt. Please arrive around 15.45 to prepare your space and settle in. It is not possible to gain entry after the Gong Bath has started. • COST and BOOKING Please either email ([masked]) or use our Facebook (https://m.facebook.com/events/357530621363128/?event_time_id=357530621363128) page to let us know you’re coming. Please pay £10 on arrival at the Gong Bath. PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU Suffer from any sound sensitive condition or seizures, have a pacemaker, or you are in your first trimester of pregnancy, or have any other particular needs. WHO FACILITATES Alice is an occupational therapist, a harp therapist and has a diploma in group sound therapy from the British Academy of Sound. Justin is also a fully trained occupational therapist. Both Alice and Justin have completed Gong Master Training with Don Conreaux (http://www.donconreaux.com/) originator of the Gong bath, and world famous Gong player and teacher Aidan McIntyre. MORE STUFF Our Gong Baths are organized and facilitated by Alice’s business, From the Harp. From the Harp deliver regular Gong baths in Southsea and Wickham, as well as pop up Gong Baths around Portsmouth, so keep a look out for where we are next. We are constantly looking for more venues in and around the Portsmouth area. Please check From the Harp’s events page (https://fromtheharp.co.uk/events/) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pg/fromtheharp/events/?ref=page_internal) page to find out where and when our Gong Baths are taking place. Please read our blog (https://fromtheharp.co.uk/2017/07/24/why-you-should-go-to-a-gong-bath/) to find out more about Gong baths.

Come along to our GONG BATH at Havelock Community Centre, SOUTHSEA

Havelock Community Centre

£10.00

Join our regular Gong Bath at Havelock Communtiy Centre, Southsea and give yourself a chance to relax, destress and recharge. Put your phone and tablet down, and experience the power of now. • What we'll do During this meditative and soothing sound immersion Alice and Justin use a variety of therapeutic instruments with the Gongs, including Himalayan singing bowls, crystal bowls, conch shell, shruti box, koshi chimes, tingshaw bells, harp, rainsticks, shakers, rattles, güiros and many others. At the Gong Bath you will be ‘bathed’ in sound and vibrations – water is not involved. The Gong Bath is a form of sound therapy that goes back thousands of years. The sound and vibration of the Gong helps the body and brain to relax by going into Delta and Theta brain wave states. Delta brain waves are experienced in a deep dreamless sleep and in very deep meditation. Theta brain waves occur when we dream and we experience vivid imagery, intuition and information beyond normal conscious awareness. These brain waves support relaxation, creativity and natural healing. All you need to do is to accept and receive the sounds and drift off into a deeply relaxing place. No previous experience required. • What to bring It’s best to bring a yoga / camping mat, blanket and pillow - anything you need to make yourself comfy so you can relax. Bring a garden chair if lying down is not comfortable for you. It’s a good idea to bring a water bottle and some people like to bring eye masks. • Important to know The session starts at 16.00 prompt. Please arrive around 15.45 to prepare your space and settle in. It is not possible to gain entry after the Gong Bath has started. • COST and BOOKING Please either email ([masked]) or use our Facebook (https://m.facebook.com/events/357530621363128/?event_time_id=357530621363128) page to let us know you’re coming. Please pay £10 on arrival at the Gong Bath. PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU Suffer from any sound sensitive condition or seizures, have a pacemaker, or you are in your first trimester of pregnancy, or have any other particular needs. WHO FACILITATES Alice is an occupational therapist, a harp therapist and has a diploma in group sound therapy from the British Academy of Sound. Justin is also a fully trained occupational therapist. Both Alice and Justin have completed Gong Master Training with Don Conreaux (http://www.donconreaux.com/) originator of the Gong bath, and world famous Gong player and teacher Aidan McIntyre. MORE STUFF Our Gong Baths are organized and facilitated by Alice’s business, From the Harp. From the Harp deliver regular Gong baths in Southsea and Wickham, as well as pop up Gong Baths around Portsmouth, so keep a look out for where we are next. We are constantly looking for more venues in and around the Portsmouth area. Please check From the Harp’s events page (https://fromtheharp.co.uk/events/) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pg/fromtheharp/events/?ref=page_internal) page to find out where and when our Gong Baths are taking place. Please read our blog (https://fromtheharp.co.uk/2017/07/24/why-you-should-go-to-a-gong-bath/) to find out more about Gong baths.

Come along to our GONG BATH at Havelock Community Centre, SOUTHSEA

Havelock Community Centre

£10.00

Join our regular Gong Bath at Havelock Communtiy Centre, Southsea and give yourself a chance to relax, destress and recharge. Put your phone and tablet down, and experience the power of now. • What we'll do During this meditative and soothing sound immersion Alice and Justin use a variety of therapeutic instruments with the Gongs, including Himalayan singing bowls, crystal bowls, conch shell, shruti box, koshi chimes, tingshaw bells, harp, rainsticks, shakers, rattles, güiros and many others. At the Gong Bath you will be ‘bathed’ in sound and vibrations – water is not involved. The Gong Bath is a form of sound therapy that goes back thousands of years. The sound and vibration of the Gong helps the body and brain to relax by going into Delta and Theta brain wave states. Delta brain waves are experienced in a deep dreamless sleep and in very deep meditation. Theta brain waves occur when we dream and we experience vivid imagery, intuition and information beyond normal conscious awareness. These brain waves support relaxation, creativity and natural healing. All you need to do is to accept and receive the sounds and drift off into a deeply relaxing place. No previous experience required. • What to bring It’s best to bring a yoga / camping mat, blanket and pillow - anything you need to make yourself comfy so you can relax. Bring a garden chair if lying down is not comfortable for you. It’s a good idea to bring a water bottle and some people like to bring eye masks. • Important to know The session starts at 16.00 prompt. Please arrive around 15.45 to prepare your space and settle in. It is not possible to gain entry after the Gong Bath has started. • COST and BOOKING Please either email ([masked]) or use our Facebook (https://m.facebook.com/events/357530621363128/?event_time_id=357530621363128) page to let us know you’re coming. Please pay £10 on arrival at the Gong Bath. PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU Suffer from any sound sensitive condition or seizures, have a pacemaker, or you are in your first trimester of pregnancy, or have any other particular needs. WHO FACILITATES Alice is an occupational therapist, a harp therapist and has a diploma in group sound therapy from the British Academy of Sound. Justin is also a fully trained occupational therapist. Both Alice and Justin have completed Gong Master Training with Don Conreaux (http://www.donconreaux.com/) originator of the Gong bath, and world famous Gong player and teacher Aidan McIntyre. MORE STUFF Our Gong Baths are organized and facilitated by Alice’s business, From the Harp. From the Harp deliver regular Gong baths in Southsea and Wickham, as well as pop up Gong Baths around Portsmouth, so keep a look out for where we are next. We are constantly looking for more venues in and around the Portsmouth area. Please check From the Harp’s events page (https://fromtheharp.co.uk/events/) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pg/fromtheharp/events/?ref=page_internal) page to find out where and when our Gong Baths are taking place. Please read our blog (https://fromtheharp.co.uk/2017/07/24/why-you-should-go-to-a-gong-bath/) to find out more about Gong baths.

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