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Gong Bath/Sound Relaxation at the Studio

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Gong Bath

Gong Bath / Sound Relaxation Saturday 15th DECEMBER
1.00 — 2.00pm (new time)

The gong is one of the oldest musical instruments in the world. Based on ancient wisdom, the gongs vibrate at the same frequency as the body allowing the body to heal itself. The sounds and vibrations of the gong create deep relaxation and a state of meditation by altering brain waves from a Beta (waking state) to Theta and Delta (deep meditation). Science teaches us that during these brain frequencies we access our deeper subconscious and super conscious and they are key states for healing.

No water is involved in a Gong Bath Meditation. During a session you sit or preferably, recline in comfort and allow the sounds to "wash" over you. A guided meditation opens and closes each session.

Please bring water, a blanket and an open mind.

Presenter: Jane Blackburn
Cost:£10
BOOKING ESSENTIAL, call Jill: tel:01829 771895

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