Gorgeous Gong Bath

Gorgeous Gong Bath

24 Apr 19:00 - 20:00 - Manchester
The Didsbury Parsonage

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Only 12 places available!!
Please email Martyn on supergongspa@gmail.com for payment details.
A gong bath is a unique experience in which you are bathed (clothes on)..... in the sounds and vibrations of the gongs, which lend themselves to enhanced states of well-being, relaxation, happiness and pleasure. Great for those who want to give a gift to themselves (or others) of an hour of 'me time' or as an aid to meditation and deep cleansing.
All you need to do is relax and let the gongs do the work! Also, it's nice to bring some water to help with the detox effects. :-)
Your body temperature may change during a gong bath. Many people drop in temperature. I have mats, blankets and pillows, but if you'd like to, please bring extra as required to ensure that you are super warm and comfy. :-)

Please let me know in advance if you are pregnant, have a metal implant or pacemaker, suffer from a sound sensitive condition, or have any query regarding the suitability of a gong bath for you. Thank you.
For directions use this link goo.gl/maps/V2eoxDRFyi72.

As you turn onto Stenner Lane you'll see a pay and display car park on your left, after which the road bends to the right. At that point you'll see St. James Church on the left. Opposite this is the building that houses the gong bath. We'll be in Room 3.
You can park on Stenner Lane itself if there is space.
For more information, videos, digital downloads, CDs, etc, please feel free to check my website www.gongspa.co.uk
The price is £15 per person.
Please note: I cannot give refunds. if you'd like to give your ticket to a friend please let me know their name before the event. Thank you so much :-)

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