We held our very first Gong Bath this Friday for our clients here at The Hub Academy. Roger Cuddington ‘Sacred Gongs’ facilitated a therapeutic session using sound and meditation to achieve deep relaxation.
This followed our Community Acupuncture group which is open to all every Friday from 11-12.30am. Both these wellbeing groups are reported to have a number of varied benefits – physically, mentally and emotionally. One client who had attended to the whole day and has been a regular member in the acupuncture group has said that she ‘sleeps better, feels more calm during the day and seems to have more clarity in her work’.
Ear acupuncture is a type of acupuncture that involves inserting small needles into specific points on the ear. Stimulating these points is thought to promote healing in other areas of the body. It is mostly pain free. If you have never felt the benefits from having a complementary therapy like auricular acupuncture, come along one Friday.
In alternative medicine, ear acupuncture is typically used for these and other health conditions:
We will be keeping your posted on any future wellbeing services we are providing here at The Hub Academy, in Stroud. Hopefully we will be able to put on a Community Gong Bath once a month in the future too! Meanwhile, keep up to date by following us on social media.
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