Want to heal, relax, and release tensions and worries? Come experience the power and mystery of 12 Nights of Gong Immersion – recommended by Yogi Bhajan as a cure for what ails you. The symphonic sound of the gong suspends the mind’s thought patterns, reduces stress, and promotes physical and mental healing by stimulating the glandular system and facilitating the break up of emotional blockages.
Join us nightly from 9:15 – 10 pm for a 45-minute gong relaxation. Rest on your back or in a restorative posture, and immerse yourself in the healing vibrations of this powerful instrument.
Note: It is recommended to attend all 12 nights for optimal effect. However, if you are able to drop in (space permitting), please do so. 1 gong bath is better than none. 12 in a row – amazing!
Arrive early so as not to disturb those in relaxation, and bring your own yoga mat and blanket. We’ll have some extras if you don’t have one 🙂
Date & Time
Friday February 15th to Tuesday February 26th, 2019
Every night, 9:15 – 10 pm
Why 12 Nights of Gong?
We were inspired by a story from a student of Yogi Bhajan’s, Gong Master Don Conreaux:
Yogi-ji told me that his older son Rambir wouldn’t talk when he was a young child. So, he gave him a 45-minute full out gonging, and then happily afterwards he would never stop talking. Yogi-ji then confided to me that a minimum of ten 45-minute full gong tone immersions in a row could cure practically anything. In the long nights of winter twelve 45-minute gong bath immersions [allow our] innate consciousness to be super-conducting while the ego is in suspension.
About the Teacher
S.A. Bliss (Amardeep) is a Gong Master apprentice and Paiste/Meinl Gong distributor. She is a PhD candidate in Education, and Kundalini & Restorative Yoga & Gong teacher. Her Gong Baths and Workshops include a focus on sound, mantra, and sweet silence to recalibrate the system. She has travelled and taught in several countries including Germany, Japan, Korea, Croatia, India, China, and Canada.
She is always learning from Gong Master Don Conreaux’s trainings and writings. Her lineage of teachers includes Ramana Maharshi, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Yogi Bhajan, and Thich Nhat Hanh. When she is not teaching, researching, or playing gong, you can find her biking the urban cityscape or enjoying art at the AGO in Toronto.