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I'd like to take you on a sound journey.


I want to help bring you relaxation, peace and strength to your spirit, mind, and body. Iā€™m very happy to see you here.

I use sound baths, with Gongs and other instruments such as Tibetan singing bowls, to create these journeys into sound ā€“ either for you individually, or for groups. One of the disciplines that I focus on specifically in my own journey through alternative healing therapy is the Gong Bath.

What is a Gong Bath?


It is exactly that - a bath. A bath of vibrations and sounds. The sound of the Gong immerses you in a state of deep relaxation.

The sound frequencies that a Gong emits when played act directly on the frequencies of your physical, electromagnetic and emotional body.

A Gong Bath taking place in London

How does sound work?


During a Gong Bath or sound journey, you will either be lying down on your back with your arms laid out slightly away from your body in the Savasana posture, or alternatively, seated in a sitting position.

The sound waves act over our brain waves to bring us into a deep state of relaxation, where the body and mind are able to synchronise.

The sound waves re-balanced, tune our body and mind. This can be explained by the principle of resonance, as a part of physics ā€“ the phenomenon by which an external force - sound waves - or a vibrating system forces another system around it to vibrate with greater amplitude at a specified frequency of operation. This physical and mental state is similar to that when you find yourself sleeping.

How does the Gong work?


Benefits of Gong Waves

Gong vibrations create shock waves throughout our body and that wave vibration could produce a subtle cavitation effect in muscle and bone tissue and deeper into our cells. Cavitation is an effect of the rapid formation of millions of microscopic 'bubbles' in a liquid (remembering that humans are more than 60% water) that increase in size or contract depending on the succession of vibrations or frequencies. In this expansion and contraction effect, toxins, muscular tensions are released, and a purifying process occurs at the glandular level.

Our skeleton can transmit sound vibrations from one place to another with a tiny margin of error. During this transmission, bones also bring your joints into the vibration, and the benefits of these waves is extended throughout the body.

The stimulation produced by the Gong frequencies stimulates the molecular composition of blood in a way that stimulates circulation and optimises oxygenation. The brain receives the waves and vibrations of the Gong balances the 2 hemispheres in a way that facilitates our emotional processes. processes. Also reduces the frequency of the BETA brain waves and brings us into ALPHA or THETA waves that facilitate the sensation of rest and repair.