GongLab

Experiments in sound, vibration, and meditation.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Gong Baths, March 2015 [Troy, Latham, and Saratoga Springs, NY]

Troy
Saturday, 7thth of March~4pm
  
Heartspace Troy
10 Second St. Troy   

Our Troy Labs are pretty epic. We will have the whole crew and typically a pretty full house so come early or sign up on the Heartspace site.    
*First Day of Spring Gong Lab* Latham
Friday, 20th of March 7:30
 The Pilates Principle
578 New Loudon Rd. Latham 
Planning is in the works for a Special Spring Lab. Our Solstice event at Hearspace was awesome and we will have plenty to celebrate after this winter. 
*Spring Weekend* Saratoga Springs 
Sunday, 22nd of March 6pm (Directly after the 4pm silent Bikram class)
Hot Yoga Saratoga
75 Woodlawn Ave, Saratoga Springs 
Saratoga Springs 
I don't know if it's the warm room, great people the spring water but Saratoga Labs are always special. They are usually full, so plan to be a little early to get your spot. Part of our Spring Weekend Celebrations.

Gong Lab 
The Gong lab is a sound and vibration meditation experiment. We use gongs, singing bowls and other equipment to facilitate relaxation and cultivate a rejuvenating experience. The  gong produces a continuum of sound or holistic resonance found in living objects that vibrate with every cell in their being. The gong is an engine of resonate power or "feeling" tones. Feeling tones are felt in a kinesthetic way as a result of sustained tone production of long, low waves of low frequency sound waves or oscillations. The body respondes to prolonged saturation  of sound by listening like a big ear, hearing with feeling. When  this happens, the mental, emotional and physical bodies become both super-conductive, and super-regenerating  as the strain caused by the normal resistance of the ego-identity no longer exists as a disease factor. Or it just sounds cool.

Gong Labs are donation based. We ask for $10-$20 but we want you there no matter what. Bring a friend for their first time as our special guest for free. Tell us you are coming and reserve a space via our facebook event page or call 518 389 2200. 

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