Gong sound bath, pranayama & Yoga
Please note – The venue is new Bolder Academy next to Osterley Tesco. MacFarlane Ln, Isleworth TW7 5DB
Gong is referred to as a bath due to participants being immersed in the vibrations of the instruments during a session.
Date : 31st July 2022 ~ Time: 2.15 - 5.30pm ~ Early Bird offer : £45
Join Raj & Beautiful Bonnie for this very special Gong Bath, Pranayama & Yin Yoga
If you have never experienced a Gong Bath, don’t miss this opportunity.
Early bird Offer – £45 is until 15th April after this date it will be £55
Yin Yoga 2.50-4pm
Gong Bath 4-4.45pm
Hot/Cold drink/Snack 4.45-5.30pm
Gong Healing & Pranayama
Gong Bath The gong is a sacred and ancient instrument of healing, rejuvenation and transformation. Feel the deep relaxation and stress relieving effects of this amazing Sound Bath
The Gong is a powerful tool for relaxation and rejuvenation for the human body. The gong envelopes the body in a sound wave that enables a depth of vibrational cellular healing that bypasses the mind. The gong has been shown to have therapeutic value: to detoxify, reduce blood pressure, relieve stress and stimulate the immune system.
Pranayama – The word pranayama is made of two separate Sanskrit words, prana and yama. Pranayama is the practice of controlling your breath or life force (prana).
There are a number of different ways that we can do this but we will be mainly focusing on deep breathing, alternate nostrils and kapal bhati.
Yin Yoga is a stress relieving practice with long held poses, Yin yoga emphasis on finding stillness.
Yin is a passive style of yoga and it helps release and open up connective-tissues, especially around the joints which brings moisture to the joints ( synovial fluid) to nourish the joints.
- It improves flexibility and reduces stress and anxiety.
- It brings calmness and balance into the mind.
- It stimulates the Meridian system the very same way as Acupuncture works.
- Yin yoga helps to reflect on inner peace and meditation, allowing the breath to be slow and relaxed.
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