Gong Bath

A Gong bath has no water, it means bathing in the sounds. It is an immersion therapy, a sensory experience where Gong is the main healing tool. Other instruments are also played, which aim to offer a total immersion in a dissonant harmony of restorative sounds. These sounds permeate all the senses and the vibrations immerse you in a meditative state in which you can fall asleep or remain in a state of relaxation and sleep.

The most common benefits of Sound Therapy are:

-Relaxation. Helps reduce anxiety and stress.

– Promotes sleep and helps reduce insomnia

– Mental balance. Calms the mind by reducing the frequency of brain waves

– Emotional balance. Clear emotional blockages and release stagnant energy

– Deep state of relaxation

– Improve your mood

A Gong bath works through the "forced resonance" principle. This occurs when the powerful vibrations of one object (the Gong) change the vibrations of another (our Body) and cause it to synchronise with it.

Everything in nature is in a state of vibration; every rock, every animal, every object has a resonance frequency.  Resonance is the natural vibration of an object.  Every cell and organ in our body has resonance. When the gong is played, the cells that do not resonate or are "detuned", are synchronized with the sounds produced by the gong and begin to resonate with them.

As the Gong is a total resonance instrument, it incorporates all the tones of the sound spectrum, regardless of whether we can hear them or not and, for this reason, is the perfect tool for forced resonance. We synchronised with the sounds around us all the time, but we hardly ever notice.  Sometimes positively, like when we listen to relaxation music and feel calm and other negatively, like when we are surrounded by traffic noise and feel anxious and nervous.

Sound reaches our brain through the ears and affects our nervous system, heart rate, breathing and brain waves.

Gong decreases the frequency of our brain waves and automatically takes us into a deep state of relaxation, a transcendental state of dreams.

The brain cannot analyze or classify the sounds produced by the Gong, so it surrenders, allowing the left hemisphere of the brain to stop and produce low-frequency brain waves.

It can already help treat many conditions such as stress, insomnia and anxiety, but there are endless possibilities to use sound to improve all aspects of our lives if we know how to take advantage of it.


Sound is the oldest form of healing and is meant to be the medicine of the future.