Enjoy an afternoon of relaxation! We will begin with some simple Kundalini yoga exercises to prepare our body and mind for the experience of sound therapy. Then you will have the opportunity to sit or lie down in a comfortable position. The sounds of the singing bowls and gong will begin.
Over the past six months, I have had the opportunity to travel to many wonderful places. Last September I traveled to Spain to hike on the Camino de Santiago with six other people. This was a wonderful experience which proved to be exhausting and exhilarating at the same time. Walking through the countryside of Spain …
I know I told you all my next blog would be about “My path…” but I realize most of that story is already written on my website bio page. What I really want to talk about today is one of the biggest benefits I have found in practicing yoga: Getting quiet and listening. You might be asking “What does this mean?” I am planning to tell you!
This last April I learned to play the gong. You’re probably thinking, “what does it take to play the gong? Isn’t it just getting a mallet and striking it?” As I have discovered, there is much more to it than just hitting the gong once and listening to the crashing creciendo of sound I experienced at the gong show.