Sue Greenwood - Gong Bath
Sues' professional background is in senior music education and research.
A more recent shift in direction towards exploring the healing potential of
sound through gongs and a range of other therapeutic instruments has
developed through extensive training with The British Academy of Sound
Therapy (BAST) and one of the worlds leading gong practitioners, Sheila
Sue feels that her journey as a musician has always been leading to this
point and the fulfilment she obtains from working with gongs is beyond
measure. Sue is a compassionate, sensitive, and intuitive musician and
she invites you to embark on a journey towards a more balanced state of
being, an adventure that can initiate healing, growth, and change. Her
vision is to introduce as many people as possible to the potential benefits
of sound therapy.
Sound therapy is a gentle, therapeutic treatment that has been shown to
encourage an overall improvement in health and wellbeing. You will be
gently eased into a deep, nourishing state of relaxation as Sue produces
sounds using a range of therapeutic instruments to include Himalayan
bowls, gongs, and crystal bowls. As the gong bath progresses brain waves
will gradually slow down and move from a state of wakefulness (Beta)
into a meditative state where Alpha and Theta brainwaves predominate.
This is achieved through the process of entrainment as your brain waves
lock into phase and synchronise through sympathetic resonance with the
sound waves produced by the instruments.
Participants have reported a reduction of stress and anxiety levels,
improved sleep and raised energy levels, an overall sense of wellbeing
and positive mood, and relief from muscle tension and pain.
Gong Baths are held the last Tuesday of every month at 6pm in the studio starting 22nd February 2022 and cost £15 per session.
Please book in advance. Full event details with be sent to you upon booking.
Please contact Sue for more information or visit her website