Two sessions to choose from 4-5.30pm (3.45pm arrival) / 7.30-9pm (7.15pm arrival)
During this late May gong bath, we will align our energies with those of the season, Balance and Unity – Contradictions and Opposites, symbolized by the Hawthorn in the Celtic Calendar, with its thorny branches and abundant blossoms.
A sound meditation to focus on bringing together all those separate parts of ourselves that make the being that we are…so that we too can blossom and bear fruit. Bathe in rejuvenating soundwaves, still the mind and soothe the spirit as you enter the peaceful realm of your deepest self where healing and transformation occurs. The vibrations positively affect the nervous system by slowing respiratory, brain and heart rates, reducing stress and restoring balance and wellbeing.
Wear comfortable clothes and bring a comfortable mat to lie on (or reclining deckchair), a warm blanket, pillow and drinking water.
Please arrive 15 minutes before start. It is not possible to enter once the Gong Bath has started.
Chrys Blanchard has lead workshops, composed music and been a Natural Voice choir leader for over 40 years. She has created and directed a number of projects for education, theatre and community as well as Soundscape, a ground breaking, Healing-Sound project that took place annually for 8 years in Abergavenny’s Nevill Hall Hospital.