The Gong Experience

As a therapist and a musician, sound healing has been a keen interest of Jain’s for many years. The ancient Gong, which originated in China during the Bronze Age, is said to be the oldest instrument. Its complex range of vibrations and rhythms create a profound soundscape that has a deeply healing and re-balancing effect on the body’s energy field. It creates tones that physically affect every cell in the body and literally re-order the molecules to promote healing. It stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system associated with slowing the heart rate, and regulating organ and gland functioning. It also increases vital life force energy, improves circulation and has a deeply calming effect on the mind and body.

“I have always been intrigued with how music and sound affect one’s mood and state of mind,” Jain says. “Nothing has affected me as deeply as the Gong in terms of its ability to cleanse and shift energy so rapidly. The gong healing experiences I have had personally, in addition to observing the same with others, became my initiation into working with its mysterious power.”

Jain uses a variety of gongs in her meditation classes (and crystal bowls) to assist in achieving deep states of awareness and for healing. The gong segment is 45 minutes and the sessions are 75 minutes in total.

Jain: “The last year and a half I have been immersed in research with my gongs and the sound healing sessions I offer to groups, individuals and in the corporate environment. I am absolutely amazed at what these vibrational instruments can do in terms of their effect on the mind and body. It creates deep restful ‘meditative mind’ that accelerates healing, and literally re-structures the body physically and energetically. It also breaks apart emotional patterns and blockages to enhance energetic flow and balance. While one session gives immediate benefits, multiple sessions have an accumulative overall impact at the mental, emotional and physical levels, significantly affecting health and consciousness.”

This includes:

-healing anxiety and depression

-improving sleep patterns

-reducing inflammation and improving circulation

-enhancing the recovery of physical injuries

-healing variety of addictions and unhelpful habits

-creating deep states of inner peace and relaxation

Dress warmly in loose fitting clothing, and feel free to bring an extra yoga mat for added comfort (if you have one) and something to rest your head on, as the sessions take place lying down.


Jain’s New Book Gong Consciousness, For Healers, Homes & Office to be released January, 2018


The gong vibrations relieve opioid withdrawal symptoms while being played
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What others have to say about Jain – More Testimonials Here

There was something powerful and penetrating about the steady sound of the gong. I have had a difficult time with (what I call) traditional meditation in past, though what Jain created for us was different. It felt like the sounds did the work for me.

Jennifer Bourque, Vancouver

Thank you for such a wonderful and intimate Gong Meditation session. It was pretty phenomenal. I felt soothing vibrations throughout my entire body for hours following.

Amanda Webster, Vancouver

The Gong Bath was such an amazing experience. Feeling the vibrations of the gongs ripping through my body, felt almost like a micro-massage throughout my body. I left the session feeling very relaxed and grounded.

Kristie Scarlett, Vancouver

I have struggled to get the hang of meditation for many years, always thinking I wasn’t doing it right. When I met Jain all that changed. Her gong sound sessions are clearing my mind like nothing I have tried before. It is truly a magical experience that is helping me become much more calm and grounded in my daily life.

Ray Torresan

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