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This is a general admission performance - the seats are on a first come, first serve basis when you arrive at the theatre.

Doors open 1/2 hour prior to start of performance.

Venue

YAC Gallery
300 University Drive
Whitehorse YT Y1A 5X9

Directions

Saturday November 28 2020 at 6:30 PM

× Following Yukon Government COVID guidelines, all participants will be in physically distanced sections and must remain there for the duration of the event.

If you are sick or exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. DO NOT attend the workshop if you are ill. You can contact the Box Office (867-667-8574) regarding a refund.

Join Bonita and Justin Rogers of 7th Ray Studio for a relaxing and rejuvenating Gong Bath inside the main art gallery at the Yukon Arts Centre on Saturday, November 28th, 6:30pm – 8:30pm. There are 12 spots available.

Simply put, a “Gong Bath” or “Sound Healing” represents an ancient, multi-dimensional form of sound healing meditations that continue to be practiced today. It is considered a bath as you are bathed in vibrations from the instruments.

Today, Gong Baths may utilize one or several gongs, in addition to various other ancient and/or new age instruments. Participants lay down with their heads closest to the gongs, allowing the vibrations of the gongs to wash over them. This allows energy to be discharged from the fingers and toes. Participants are encouraged to lay in complete stillness to allow the vibrations the opportunity to move stagnant energies.

Gong Baths may be hard to accurately describe to those who have not yet experienced them firsthand, but we can safely assert that they are indeed very strong, particularly during crescendos, and will leave you feeling refreshed and resonating with notable healing effects on your body, mind, and spirit.

**Once the gong bath begins you will not be permitted inside. So please be on time.**

Items you must bring: Yoga mat or thermarest for lying on the floor Pillow and/or knee pillow Blanket Loose/comfortable clothing Eye mask (if you have) Face masks are not mandatory but are recommended.