Laura was at a Yoga festival a few years ago and experienced a 'Gong Bath' for the first time, it was obvious from that day that Gongs were going to be a big part of Laura's life, on returning from the festival Laura decided she would like to attend a Gong bath more often so started to search for some locally, only to find that there were none, but found a course instead, which was meant to be....the Gongs soon became an important and transformational part of Laura's life and now Laura enjoys playing most days, and at least once a month at various venues. Gongs are so beautiful to look at, their uniqueness make them even more appealing, Laura enjoys sharing the wellness that the Gongs bring......

The History of the Gong

Gongs have been used for many years, Gongs belong to the oldest and most important musical instruments of South East Asia. 

The existence of the gong dates back to the Bronze Age, around 3500 BC and the main gong producing areas were believed to be Burma, China, Java and Annam. 

Gongs were among the first musical instruments to be made and played by humans. Historically, used in public settings, often to announce the presence of a spiritual, religious or political leader. They originated in the Far East, where they have a long mystical and spiritual tradition.

What can the Gongs do for me?

Gong Bath Meditations can bring deep relaxation, you can enter a place of 'non-thinking', it does not involve any exercise, the participant simply lays on a mat, (or you may bring a comfortable garden recliner chair if you prefer), Laura will start the session with simple breathing techniques to help relax you, and lead you into a meditation, to prepare you for your 'journey'.

The Gongs are played by being 'striked' by a variety of different mallets, and some of the sounds are very deep, rich, and resonate all the way through your body and mind, some are higher pitched, almost like underwater sounds, each person will interpret the experience differently. The participant can sit and watch or close their eyes and get comfortable. You can easily lose time in the meditation, the sounds and vibrations take you on a journey deep within, some people visualise colours, some hear other sounds, which is quite normal!, some experience tingling sensations within the body, this can be where blocked energy is being released, this can often happen to areas of the body which have been injured. 

The sound of the Gong is really only best received live, this is why I do not put any video recordings on.

The Gongs work to help clear blocked energy within you, your Chakras (energy centres) get a good cleanse, and most people usually come out with a very big smile, feel very relaxed and content, a lot of people report feeling more clarity, enthusiasm, creativity, and generally feeling more upbeat and happier, so this is a good therapy to invest in, the feelings can last for a few days, it is recommended to try once a month to keep 'topped up'! So, anyone of any age can do this! Gongs really help people  that have sleep problems, it can really help, so well worth a try if you are an insomniac!

What do I need to bring?

You need to bring a mat, or something to lay on, a pillow, a blanket or 2, water to drink, and an eye pillow if you wish to cover your eyes (if you have one), some bring a favourite crystal and place under their pillow. Please arrive about 10 minutes before the start, to settle and get comfortable. Gong Bath Meditations are not suitable for anyone with Epilepsy, Pacemaker, Pregnancy, recent surgery involving metal, Menieres, severe Tinnitus, severe mental health condition. If unsure please contact Laura to discuss. 

Gong Meditation/Event dates:     

To confirm your place please book on and pay via the webshop on this website, or PayPal/direct banking if you prefer. Places are limited, booking early is advised.

Bookings are non refundable/exchangeable.

Mon 25 Nov   Uffington Village Hall, 6.45-8.15pm    £20 (5 places left)

Mon 16 Dec   Wymondham Village Hall, 7.15-9pm, £20

Weds 18 Dec  Red Hall Pre Xmas Special, Gongs with Laura, 7-9pm £20pp

30th Dec 2019 at Edenham Village Hall, All night Gong Puja, with Laura and Jonnie, 8pm arrive £50pp (5 places left)

2020 dates:

Fri 10 Jan 2020 Full Moon Gong, Uffington village hall, 7pm-8.45pm, £20 pp

Sun 9 Feb 2020 Full Moon Gong, Uffington village Hall, 6pm-7.45pm, £20 pp

Mon 9 March 2020, Full Moon Gong, Wymondham village hall (Nr Melton) 7-8.45pm, £20pp

Sat 21 March 2020 Red Hall, Bourne, 5-6pm, CHILDRENS Gong & Sound Meditation, £15 1 adult 1 child, £20 1 adult 2 children

Sun 5 Apr 2020, Gong Meditation, Uffington village hall, 6-7.45pm, £20pp

Sat 2 May 2020, CHILDRENS Gong and Sound Meditation, Red Hall, Bourne, 5-6pm, £15 1 adult, 1 child, £20 1 adult, 2 children

Thu 14 May 2020, Gong Meditation, Wymondham village hall, (Nr Melton) 7-8.45pm, £20pp

Sun 14 June 2020, Gong Meditation, Uffington village hall, 6pm-7.45pm, £20pp

Fri 19 June 2020, CHILDRENS Gong & Sound Meditation, Red Hall, Bourne, 5-6pm, £15 1 adult, 1 child, £20 1 adult 2 children

Sun 5 July 2020,  Gong meditation, Uffington village hall, 6pm-7.45pm, £20pp

Mon 3 Aug 2020, Full Moon Gong at Wymondham village hall, 7-8.45pm, £20pp

Weds 2 Sept 2020, Full Moon Gong Meditation at Red Hall , 8.30pm-10.10pm, £20pp

Sat 26 Sept, CHILDRENS GONG & Sound Meditation, Red Hall, Bourne, 5-6pm, £15 1 adult 1 child, £20 1 adult 2 children

Thu 8 Oct 2020, Gong Meditation, Wymondham village hall, 7-8.45pm, £20pp

Sat 31 Oct 2020, Full Moon Halloween Gong Meditation, Uffington village hall, 3-4.45pm, £20pp

Mon 30 Nov 2020, Full Moon Gong Meditation, Wymondham village hall, 7-8.45pm, £20pp

Mon 21 Dec 2020, Winter Solstice Gong Meditation, Uffington village hall, 6-7.30pm and 8-9.30pm, £20pp