"I just wanted to say thank you for the beautiful meditation and gong bath - it was a very moving and healing experience for me that continues to resonate today. "
FORTNIGHTLY GONG BATH SESSIONS are at Zen Yoga, 2D Camberwell Grove, a beautiful, calm studio space that lends itself to the practice of Yoga, meditation, and Gong Sound Baths.
Its natural wood floors, bamboo covered walls and wood-beamed ceiling create a sense of profound relaxation in the heart of bustling Camberwell, London. It is very close to Denmark Hill train station, and easily reached by bus from Brixton or Oval tube. Please note that the studio is opposite No. 43 Camberwell Grove! TO CHECK DATES, PLEASE VIEW MY EVENTS CALENDAR PAGE!
To reserve your place, or ask for further information, contact Alicia via the Contact page on this website or on the Earth Song Sound Healing FaceBook page.
Effraspace is a brand new community centre specialising in mother and baby yoga but with many additional classes alongside, such as Tango and Nia dance sessions, and now Gong Baths, of course. Tweens (8-12 years) and teens under 18 are welcome at my sessions here when accompanied by a responsible adult. http://www.effraspace.co.uk
21 Effra Parade, London SW2 1PX Telephone: 020 3633 4733
the isbourne centre, cheltenham
Tucked away in the Regency heart of Gloucestershire, steps away from the Town Hall, the Isbourne Holistic Centre is a leading UK pioneer and an urban sanctuary for wellbeing and spiritual development, including Gong Bath and guided meditation, of course!
Registered as a charity 1995, the Isbourne's aim is to create positive lives through education.
The Isbourne attracts top international authors and speakers for talks, workshops and courses. The eclectic mix of Guest Speakers has ranged from global spiritual teachers like Byron Katie and Brandon Bays, to ground-breaking scientists like Dr Rupert Sheldrake and Dr David Hamilton and conscious and intrepid explorers like BBC TV vicar Peter Owen Jones, ‘Horse Boy’ Rupert Isaacson, Graham Hancock and Benedict Allen.
More information can be found on their (very interesting) website by pasting this link into your browser: http://www.isbourne.org