August 1st, at 22:00
We invite you to join us for a magical journey into the mysterious world of sounds.
Gong is one of the eldest instruments on our planet and has been through ages revered due to its ability to broaden the mind and help the listeners to reach these cognitive fields that are unreachable in our ordinary life. The subtle sounds accompanying the major tone – the overtones – have a capacity to synchronize the work of two brain hemispheres resulting in clearer mind and sharper thinking process.
The Gong Night will start from a concert, there mystical sounds of gongs blend together into unique sound journey and the soundscapes are enriched by the sounds of various other ancient and powerful instruments and voice techniques such as Tibetan singing bowls, didgeridoo, flutes, throat- and overtone singing. After the concert part gongs will be playing hole night peaceful lullaby and you´ll wake up in the morning renewed and full of energy.
22:00 Gong Bath concert
00:00 Gong Night
07:00 Waking up
Masters of ceremonies:
Lilia Märtmaa and Denis Viunogradov
Possible influences of a sound session:
✔Giving lightness and clarity of thought, and a sense of renewal,
✔Ensuring deep and complete relaxation,
✔Releasing stress and mitigating chronic fatigue,
✔Restoring lost tranquility,
✔Neutralizing fears, increased anxiety, etc.,
✔Normalizing physiological processes in the body: i.e. blood circulation, breathing, digestion, brain activity, etc.
✔Withdrawing spasms and various painful sensations,
✔Harmonizing the energy body,
✔Giving a healthy and deep sleep.
35 EUR – You can pay in cash before the event or pre-payment to bank account EE141010220274815228 HELIVÄGI OÜ
PLEASE REGISTER by e-mail email@example.com or by phone / WhatsApp / Viber +372 559 30 551
Please take with you things for comfortable sleeping (we have yoga mats, pillows and blankets also at our place)
We are waiting you on Saturday, August 1st doors open at 21:30
ADDRESS: Pärnu mnt 69, T1 entrance, bell 20, 3 floor, Koit dance studio hall
web page in English: http://www.helid.ee/eng/