I had my first experience of a gong bath at the retreat I went to in February and it is one of the most soothing holistic treatments. It’s a sound massage for the body and mind.
I was quite blown away by feeling so relaxed and became curious that vibrational sound could have such an effect on me.
Tonight I went to my second gong bath and this time it was in Copenhagen at a yoga centre in the city. I went with one of my closest friends and as they said at the beginning, no gong bath is the same. The sound experience is indescribable and of course, everyone has their own unique experience. All I can say, is try this if you have the opportunity.
So how does it work: everything you see around you is vibrating at a frequency, whether we hear it or not. Sound frequencies can effect us on a cellular level, influence how we feel and function. Sound healing practices like a gong bath use vibrational sound and frequency to help reduce stress, alter consciousness and create a deep sense of peace and well being.
I am very impacted by sounds. I hate noise pollution. I played music from a very young age and music deeply connects with my emotions. Gong Baths for me provide a way to enter a state of deep relaxation with sound. Quite magical.
On a journey to live the best sparkling life possible. Brit living in Denmark, mum to two amazing little people, Navy girlfriend, jazz lover, exploring yoga, buddhism and living healthy.