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Friday, April 7 • 2:00pm - 5:30pm
The Art of Playing the Gong for Healing & Meditation

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Connect to the healing power of the Gong with Crown of Eternity.  This workshop focuses on deepening your understanding of the therapeutic aspects of Gong playing. We will explore the subtle and dynamic aspects of the Gong – how it affects the mind, the body, the aura and how it opens a space of consciousness that allows us to access and balance the five elements (tattvas) and the pranic body. We will enhance our compassionate awareness and sensitivity to vibration and the deeper aspects of listening within the Gong space. 

We will learn how to articulate our Gong strokes to get the best possible effects from our playing.  We will begin to explore the therapeutic aspects of the Gong, moving beyond Savasana and working toward a foundation for utilizing Sound as a medicine for the future.  This course will offer exercises in self healing and group experiences using the vibrational power of the gong.

This course can be taken by anyone regardless of experience with the Gong.  We will have a large selection of gongs to practice in small groups during the workshop. Participants are welcome to bring their own gong(s) to practice with as well. 

Space for this class is limited, pre-registration is required. Register Now! 

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Crown of Eternity

Crown of Eternity is a duo consisting of guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, singer, gong lover Harnek Singh (Mike Tamburo) and singer, pianist, gong lover Harnek Kaur (Gallina Tamburo). They live in Pittsburgh, PA where they both teach kundalini yoga and run their own yoga and vibrational healing center. They are an incredible force when they play their gongs and their participation at Sat Nam Fest is a true blessing.


Friday April 7, 2017 2:00pm - 5:30pm
Noble Hall