We gong for you

We can gong your event and make it extra special just for you.

We specialise in: gong baths where participants lie down, close their eyes and relax; and gong performance when participants observe the playing of the gongs and even take part!


Gong baths are extremely relaxing and can benefit people who are stressed and busy.    You are bathed in sound and vibrations which are deeply relaxing for the mind and body. This enables you to invest in your health and well being by setting time aside for your own relaxation in a gong bath.


You can read more about the science behind sound on our Some Science pages, and read more articles and see videos of gong baths on our More Gong page.

Did you know that according to the Wimbledon history page in 1922 King George V opened the current site of Wimbledon centre court by striking a gong?  “Some 45 minutes behind schedule the King appeared in the Royal Box, gave three blows on a gong and declared Wimbledon’s new home open”.

We can open your event or building with gongs.  Or, if you wish, you can even strike the gong too after a little bit of tuition.

See a video of the gong being used at an 80th birthday party here one strike of the gong for each decade!

A gong bath can also embellish parties and ceremonies, providing a lovely shared experience of deep relaxation for you and your guests.  If it’s a birthday each of your guests could strike the gong for each year of life, or if it’s your wedding we can create an extra special gong score for you full of romantic tones.


Other events, occasions and places you can consider for the gong are:

  • Private gong baths for you and your friends
  • Weddings
  • Birthdays
  • Baby showers
  • Christenings / naming ceremonies
  • Hen / stag parties
  • Mother and baby sound massage sessions
  • Building / event opening
  • Carnival starting
  • Launching of vessels
  • For corporate wellbeing
  • Civic ceremonies
  • Sporting events
  • Yoga studios
  • Health clubs
  • Meditation groups
  • Retreats and festivals
  • Spas
  • Hearing / visual impairment groups
  • Midwifery – playing gongs during birth
  • Support groups e.g. pain, multiple sclerosis, cancer, addiction, mental health
    • If you are interested in sound for living with and beyond cancer you may find this article interesting.
    • This film shows how sound is used to treat anxiety and depression.
    • How sound therapy is used for pain relief.

Or get in touch with your ideas. We would love to hear from you and discuss your requirements.