The Great Gong master Don Conreaux shares that the gong covers the full spectrum of sound, and as such, it has the potential to heal and rejuvenate by means of vibrating all the cells and bones and organs and filling them with life force energy. The sounds from the gongs travel from the outer ear throughout the body via the vagus nerve, impacting brain waves, respiratory and heart rate.
Don calls the healing power of the gongs: The Music of Wholeness. He explains that a lot of modalities read symptoms and approach the body according to illness; whereas holistic sound healing works differently in that we approach the body as if it is already whole and complete. Through sound healing we fill that body with high vibrations that emphasize wholeness and resonance. Whatever the problem may be, the sound will travel to that place that is incoherent and will entrain it to its next highest potential of coherent resonance.
At Ranch Creek Recovery, our vision is to illustrate a different type of healing from substance abuse and alcoholism. Through the use of Holistic Therapies such as Gong Meditation, as with our professional holistic instructors, the newly recovering addict and alcoholic will experience and apply these therapies into a daily routine.
Meet our Holistic Therapist, Gong Master:
Tania Massamiri, Ph.D. is Gong Master who has trained with Don Conreaux in the art of Gong therapy, She is a facilitator of meditation, an educator, a practitioner of energy medicine and sound healing. Tania is also a scientist, she holds a doctorate in pharmacology and toxicology. After spending 2 decades as a biomedical research scientist and being honoured with numerous awards, she has completely merged both of her innate gifts as nature’s advocate and scientist. As a holistic practitioner, Tania has over 1300 hours of education in alternative healing modalities, as well as several certifications in herbal medicine, astrology, and the arts.
Ranch Creek Recovery incorporates Gong Sound Healing Therapy in the addiction rehabilitation programs for drug and alcohol addiction. To learn more, call Admissions at 877-997-8931.