Amazing 360° Healing Gong Sound Bath Experience
Monthly Chill out for the Soul
Monthly M.O.T. Method of Transformation
Come and experience the amazing vibrations of a full Gong Sound Bath. Take a journey with the Gong, voice and a host of other musical instruments. Enjoy a deeply moving and relaxing experience through sound for your mind, body and spirit, bringing pure bliss.
Geordie Gong artist Gill Gosling of DragonFly Gong Yoga for Sound Life is offering this life harmonising experience monthly in the wonderful auditorium space at The Exchange, at Howard Street, North Shields, Tyne and Wear. This is a superb
arts and theatre venue for the community. Sound baths help promote a more positive outlook on life while bringing participants balance and harmony. Those taking part in sound baths report that they gain many benefits including help to relieve depression, anxiety
and stress, gaining better sleep and have an overall sense of wellbeing plus energy boosts and a life re-charge. Deeply moving and often 'spiritual'.
Starting Sunday, March 18, 2 pm to 4 pm there are monthly Sunday dates throughout 2018:
Sunday, April 15
Sunday, May 20
Sunday, June 17
Sunday, July 29
Sunday, August 19
Sunday, September 23
Sunday, October 21
Sunday, November 25
Sunday, December 16
Allow the sounds of Gill's 12 Gongs, voice, singing bowls, drums, flutes, conch shells, chimes, shruti, harmonium
and rattles to wash over you as you bathe in the wonderful harmonics of these awesome ancient instruments.
Music for the soul.
This is a whole body adventure, a musical journey for the soul. You will listen not just with the ears but with every cell in your body for a life recharge. You lay down
nestled in cosy blankets on the floor or seated in a chair to feel the vibrations on offer for a magical event.
There will be warm ups using gentle breathing practices and sound, movement - yoga dance and refreshing fun and laughter before experiencing the full 45-minute Gong Sound immersion.
Sound has been used by shamanic trraditions and cultures throughout history to help bring wholeness back to a body and today the rapid emergence once more of Gong Sound Baths is showingus all new ways of just being human.
Gill has trained with Gong maestro Don Conreaux for more than 11 years and loves to share her passion for sound with all. She has studied in depth the power of sound in life. Her training with the College of Sound Healing UK as a tutor and with Fabian Maman
(known as the God Father of Sound Healing) through his Tama-Do Academy has always fascinated Gill and spurred her on to to learn more about how sound actually creates our holographic lives. Gill also works as a Yoga and meditation teacher. Her passion is to help
people tune in to their lives through sound to help "free their voice" and create full healthy lives.
"The Gongis a powerful tool for transformation on all levels," Gill says.
“Not everyone is a musician but everyone IS a musician of their own life,” Gill says.
"I absolutely adore my work and how it has shown me a wonderful path in life. By using musical instruments like the ancient Gong and Himalayan singing bowls we can dig deep into total relaxation to be with the joy of our life's true destiny. And each and every one of
us is different. Unique.
“I believe understanding the balance of sound and silence can help many overcome the mega challenges we are facing in today's fast paced, stress forming world. This work effects us all at a cellular level. I know this has helped me find true happiness to handle
whatever path I choose to follow and I want to share this love-unfolding technique with others. By bathing in sounds we tune ourselves to life itself,” she added.
This is an amazing journey for just £15 – Contact Gill direct for more information if you need it. She wants this to be open to all who will benefit greatly from this experience. Tel. 0191 253 0329 mobile 07706 223209
Blankets, yoga mats and cushions available. Please bring your own if you have them. Water and other refreshments available. Plus an after gathering in the Exchange's cafe bar to help develop freindship and community with like-minded people.
How to get there:
The venue is at the bottom of Howard Street, off Northumberland Square, it used to be called the Saville Exchange.
Metro - The venue is only a four-minute walk from North Shields Metro station.
Car Parking - Spaces are available on street near the venue and around Northumberland Square (free on Sundays). There is a free car park behind the venue.
Gong Bath photos taken by Gill Gosling and photographers Paula Smart of Wild Hearts Photography, Diane Holdsworth of Diane Holdsworth Photography and Sandra Gill. Thank you.