Gong Bath Meditation
Calm your Mind and Body
For centuries, sound has been recognised as a powerful form of healing in cultures all over the world. Even the sounds that can be made from using natural instruments such as shells, stones and sticks can help people feel more ‘sound’ and in ‘tune’ with themselves and their surroundings.
Nowadays the Gong is one of the most powerful idiophone (vibrating) instruments that is used for sound healing and rapidly gaining popularity in the western world. The deep resonant sound vibrations help to stop incessant thinking and allow people to easily reach a state of meditation allowing the mind and body to relax and let go.
“The most powerful sound healing instrument known to date, the Ancient Bronze Gong and its miraculous tone qualities, have been overlooked for thousands of years. Today, this remarkable disc-shaped alloy of Copper, Tin and Nickel is on the doorstep of worldwide recognition. … All advances over the next 100 years, in the fields of Science, or in Healing and Transformation, may be indebted to the rediscovery of the Ancient Science of the Gong.” Don Conreaux, International Gong Master
Qualified, empathetic & caring
Sally Warr is a qualified/accredited Gong sound Practitioner and an integrative therapist and has provided gong sound meditations (commonly known as gong baths) since 2017.
Apart from helping others with their healing and personal growth, Sally’s other passion in life is travelling across the globe to learn about other cultures and places.
The yearning for travel eventually led her to Canada where she had the wonderful opportunity of doing a degree in Indigenous (Native) studies for four years which incorporated a 6-month study programme in Australia. In 2017, Sally returned to Western Australia to visit friends and by chance was invited to experience a gong sound meditation.
“I was totally blown away. I felt that I was listening to the sound of birth and death, an ancestral universe. It was a very mysterious sound, but I felt very relaxed in a safe and comforting space.”
After a few more gong experiences in Australia, Sally knew that she had to learn how to play it. Once back in UK, she initially took courses run by International Gong Masters, Don Conreaux and Aidan McIntyre followed by advanced training with International gong Masters.
Her gong training is accredited by IPHM – International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine.
What People Are Saying
“Having not slept through the night in 2 months after the very first session with Sally I am now sleeping right through again. Extraordinary.”MC
“I’d never heard of a Gong Bath until recently and experienced my first one in Cambridge. Sally is a very talented and I thoroughly enjoyed the session.
She creates a journey of sound for the minds, that’s relaxing and meditative”JB
“Interesting yet a wonderful powerful experience. Sally is amazing at what she creates. I left feeling very relaxed. Highly recommended.”SW, Cambridge