Sound Healing is a new self care trend that is growing in popularity in the UK.
Using Gongs, Singing Bowls and other sound instruments, Sound Baths (also known as Gong Bath) are a gentle yet powerful experience to increase wellbeing.
As the Gong is struck, the sound blossoms and resonates through the body at a cellular level, bathing you in sound, to create a deeper more relaxed state. The sound also creates brainwave entrainment as it stimulates the Alpha and Theta brainwaves invoking a meditative, dream like or sleep like state.
Sound Bath sessions commence with either a short guided visualisation or a Drum Journey using Reiki to help you to unwind, switch off and relax into the session. They are held on a monthly basis in a group setting with advance booking as places are limited.
Health Benefits of a Sound Bath:
- Helps to quieten the mind
- Release emotional and energetic blockages thereby giving a clearing effect
- Releases tension
- Balances the left and right hemisphere of the brain
- Can help to release what no longer serves us and change old behavioural patterns and habits.
- Deeply relaxing.
What will you need to bring to a Sound Bath?
You will find it more comfortable to lay down. Please bring:
- Yoga mat, or reclining chair or similar to lie on
- A throw/sleeping bag and cushion for your warmth and comfort.
- An eye mask
- A Crystal if you wish to receive additional healing energies
- A bottle of water to help ground yourself after the event.
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|***Sunday 17th Nov||4pm – 6pm||£25 per person|
|Sunday 15th Dec||4.30pm – 6pm||£20 per person|
|Sunday 27th Jan 2020||4.30pm – 6pm||£20 per person|
The Sound Bath on Sunday 17th Nov is for a longer duration and includes a Cacao Ceremony (Priced at £25). Tickets are available for purchase.
- Sound Baths may not be recommended for those in the 1st trimester of pregnancy.
- If you have Tinnitus, you may wish to lay further back from the Gongs, that said the Gongs are not played too loudly to cause discomfort to the ears.
Tickets for all events are available here, just scroll through the calendar. Tickets can also be purchased from the following link:
*Indoor Sound Baths are held at the Pankhurst Hall in South Woodford which is situated along the path between the Church and the Memorial Hall. It is towards the end of the path/walkway. E18 2PA.