Join Gong Journeywoman SA Bliss (Amardeep) to:
- Set your intentions for the coming moon cycle, and be the designer and creator of the month ahead
- Hum & chant to vibrate your body as a holistic gong
- Do simple, quick MEM Gong Yoga exercises (created by Gong Master Don Conreaux)
- Immerse yourself in the holistic soundscape of a 62-minute Multiple Gong Bath (gong sound immersion)
- Experience ‘Full Silence’ after gong sound immersion
What would you like to see come to fruition over the next month? What do you want to blossom? In this workshop, set your clear intentions, give them up to the Universal pulse, work Meridian/Emotion/Muscle Memory with MEM Gong Yoga of Holistic Resonance (created by Gong Master Don Conreaux), and settle in for a gong immersion to bathe every cell and fibre of your being in holistic resonance.
Gong Sound travels beneath the iceberg of our logical awareness to the deep waters of the subconscious mind and allows shifts to happen that enliven our body, mind, and spirit. Extending immersion in gong sounds creates space for newness and creativity – for super-conducting and super-regeneration to happen. As Don Conreaux says, “Woohoo!”
“When sensorial sound saturation happens, the mental, emotional and physical bodies become both super-conducting and super-regenerating.” – Don Conreaux
Date & Time
Saturday May 18th
7:00 – 9:00 pm
About the Teacher
S.A. Bliss (Amardeep) is a Journeywoman of Gong, 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, the U.S. and Canada.
She is always learning from Gong Consciousness teachings of Gong Master Don Conreaux. 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.
Photo Credit: Mel Bartel