Resonance centre Fri. 22nd July 2022 8.30pm-9.30pm

The Old School House, 599 Ashton New Road M11 4UA Manchester

This particular session will follow a drumming workshop that will have a separate ticket purchase.
Gong sound therapy has been practiced for thousands of years. Today, enthusiasts believe that gong baths can help reduce stress and liberate emotional blockages. Scientific evidence suggests that certain forms of sound therapy prompt damaged human DNA strands to repair themselves. Some tones are thought to promote vitality and healing, and also to enhance happiness.
PLEASE arrive 15 mins early for your session because you will need this time to settle. Please enter quietly if late, it’s fine.
Let me know in advance if you have any query regarding the suitability of a gong bath for you.
As your heartbeat lowers when you relax during a session, so does your core body temperature. Please bring your warmest blankets, duvet or even a sleeping bag as some often do! This will make your overall experience much more pleasurable.
Come and join us for this amazing 1 Hour relaxation.
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Resonance centre Fri. 22nd july 2022 8.30pm £15

One hour immersive sound healing journey at The resonance centre, Clayton. 8.30pm Friday 22nd July 2022

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Date

Jul 22 2022

Time

8:30 pm

Cost

£15

Location

Resonance centre
The Old School House, 599 Ashton New Road
Website
http://www.theresonancecentre.co.uk/
Category
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