The gong bath gently immerses guests in soothing and supportive gong vibrations as Ken cultivates a relaxing atmosphere for mind, body, and spirit.
The event will begin with a brief introduction and explanation of the effects of sound on the human body. Guests are encouraged to bring a yoga mat or blanket/sleeping bags, cushions, pillows, and eye covers to create their own comfortable sound immersion nests.
For those who are experiencing a gong immersion for the first time, the sound is natural and unamplified. It is soothing and can have therapeutic effects on body, mind and spirit. Ken uses sound therapy in his massage/energy practice, and it’s a core element in sound healing offerings occurring across the globe.
The first half of the event will be a 60-75 minute gong immersion. A 15-20 minute intermission will permit people to stretch, use the facilities and exit if desired. During the break, the gongs will be re-arranged to create a vortex of sound space where individuals will be invited to quietly and orderly enter the center of gong vortex space for a brief, specific sound immersion between the seven wind gongs and your body’s energy field.
Ken has been on a sound journey as a musician for 45 years. His biography includes a short tour in the Navy for 24 years, Yoga Teacher Training certification, (RYt-200), Reiki Level 3 Master certification and a Associates in Applied Science in Asian Body Work from San Diego’s own Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.
Ken traveled the country this summer on a ten-week seven gong, sound immersion tour with events in CA, UT, CO, IL, NC, TN including Healing Touch’s Worldwide Conference in Charlotte and the Won Buddhism Meditation Temple in Chapel Hill, N.C. Ken lives in San Diego and is the owner of InXlation, where he offers gong immersions, massage and meditation services. Here in CA, he's immersed with his gongs at Manley Hall in L.A., Pitzer College, the Ojai Foundation, yoga studios, the San Diego’s Japanese Friendship Garden, and PCOM’s 25 year Symposium event and other venues.
Ken is happy to answer questions you might have concerning this event. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text him at 619-540-0870.
He looks forward to sharing his passion and knowledge of sound therapy with you!