Pay attention to the sound, as you might uncover a secret of existence and find the true Voice of deep inner YOU"
Gongs are amazing instruments. They generate powerful, intense healing vibrations which, interspersed with the sound of Tibetan
Singing Bowls and other instruments, stimulate feelings of peace and relaxation. This allows the release of stress
and enhances well-being.
The Sound of Gongs and Singing Bowls opens the gates of Love, so you can connect with all.
The things you create around yourself and realize just how great a power you have to create your own happiness and well-being.
The sound of the Gongs can:
Through connection with sound you become more aware of your own thoughts and emotions and begin to realize your infinite
potential, discovering opportunities and talents latent within you.
“Return to Happiness and Spiritualization of Matter ” as inscribed on the surface of the Ancient Gong.
"The gong is a sacred threshold. It is the portal that links the finite and the infinite experience of the Self. It is a cauldron in which you can create alchemical blends of qualities that open and develop the Inner Self." Gurucharan Singh Khalsa.
Please note that this event is not suitable for those in the first trimester of pregnancy or those who suffer from seizures triggered by frequencies. If you have any queries we will be very happy to help you.
Beata and Jarek Dzwigol are sound therapists trained by Don Conreaux, Aidan McIntyre, Tom Solton and Abby Del Sol and offer group and one-to-one sessions.
They are frequently invited to play in yoga studios and at private events.
Please, before any event contact us to book your space at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 07935651585. Places are limited.
Please arrive a minimum of 15 minutes before the event starts. Late-comers will not be allowed in once the event is underway.
Please wear comfortable clothing. Bring a thick blanket to keep warm, a pillow, a yoga mat and some bottled water to drink.
The first Saturday of every month in 2018, 5pm - 7pm
The Old Woking Community Centre (next to Woking College)
Please arrive a minimum of 15 minutes early. Late-comers will not be allowed in once the event is underway.