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Gong Bath and Sound Healing with Aum Healing

Our Sound healing sessions are held on the first Sunday of every month.

Bambi from Aum Healing is an intuitive sound healer. With a lifelong passion for music and singing, she turned to the world of sound healing as a natural progression. With the use of gongs, crystal bowls, flute, voice and various other instruments, you will be taken on a deeply healing journey through sound, into a deep state of meditation known as theta. The state between being asleep and awake, where the body is able to heal itself at its highest level. The cells of the body are put back into alignment with the pure vibrations of the sounds created in the sound immersion.

The basic principles behind sound healing are natural frequency, sound waves and resonance. Our universe is in a constant state of vibration. The human body, which is 50-65% water, is also constantly vibrating and humans are wired for sound. The power of sound has the ability to change our perspectives and influence our behaviour. Sound can play a great role in making our world a better place.

During our sound bath the healing frequencies will be applied to the physical and subtle energy fields around your body. The sound waves enter your body on a cellular level, heal defects and reset the mind, body and soul in a gentle and calming way.

You will come away feeling relaxed and refreshed and ready for the week ahead.

Why not treat yourself to even more r n r? We have Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra at 6.30pm - 7.30pm to get you warmed up for the sound bath. Want a bit more? Come to Flow to Restore at 5.15pm - 6.15pm as well for 3 hours of self care on a Sunday!

Discounts for booking more than one class and members, get in touch!

Please note:
The studio is open from 7.30pm, please aim to arrive 5 - 10 minutes early to get settled in, find a mat and get snuggly. We will lock the door at 7.45pm, any latecomers will not be allowed in as it will disrupt the sound healing, we hope you understand.

We would not advise gong baths for those in the first or third trimester of pregnancy, have a pacemaker, or who suffer from Menieres disease, have a history of psychotic episodes, or who experience epileptic seizures in the state between sleeping and waking, the sound vibrations can act as a trigger. Please check with your GP before attending if you have any concerns regarding your mental or physical health.