Date: 6th July 2020
Gong Bath Relaxation and Meditation with Nick Stolerman
If you have never experienced a Gong Bath, you're in for a treat! Apart from its mesmerising sound, the gong has been shown to have therapeutic value: to detoxify, reduce blood pressure, relieve stress and stimulate the immune system. All you have to do is lay down and let the sounds wash over you.
For the best sound experience, please use headphones or earbuds. Alternatively connect your device to a wireless speaker. You can take the gong bath laying down or sitting comfortably on a chair or sofa. Have a blanket and cushion close to hand.
Self care: Although we have never come across any health issues, if you are in the first three months of pregnancy, it is advisable not to do any type of yoga or gong meditation. While the sound is not particularly loud, if you have a sound sensitive condition such as epilepsy, or wear a pacemaker, then a gong bath might not be for you. If you would like to discuss anything about the session, please contact Nick on 0787 966 6921.
Watch: Julia Davis interviews Nick Stolerman about Gong Baths and Kundalini Yoga
Nick Stolerman is a long time student of many different types of yoga and meditation. A member of the Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association, he teaches yoga & meditation classes and plays the gong at events, in home, at yoga studios and in office settings.