Gong Bath with Leo Cosendai

Gong Bath with Leo Cosendai

Join Leo Cosendai for an evening of deep relaxation and self exploration using the potent combination of gong sound healing and breathfulness.
Featured in the times, huffington post, evening standard and VICE, Leo is an expert in his field- teaching both small and large groups.
He will prepare you with

a creative guided meditation, chants of mantras in sanskrit along with mongolian overtone singing.
At the end, you will have time to be still and quiet and process/digest what you have experienced. It's an amazing to do with a friend/partner/family.

Bio:

Leo Cosendai is a Swiss born & London based sound meditation teacher as well as the founder of meditation app THIRD EAR.
His early years were spent between Switzerland and Asia where he was exposed to a culture which has discreetly shaped his path.
Leo teaches in London’s leading yoga studios and gives workshops internationally. He has been featured widely in the press, appearing in VICE, Huffington Post, Daily Mail and Evening Standard to name but a few.

HUFFINGTON POST
Health Wellness

"I was pleasantly disorientated, like floating on thin air”.

GIDON LIEBERMAN BSc MBChB MD MRCOG
CONSULTANT GYNAECOLOGIST AND FERTILITY SPECIALIST

“I’ve got no idea about the science behind it but it definitely pushes back the tight confines where my thoughts bang about like a pinball. -Leo is a top bloke, musically gifted and very kind. “

WENDY MANDY
Shaman, acupuncturist, counselor

"Leo's treatments are equally transformational and healing. His work through sound is remarkable"

GUDRUN JONSSON
Biopath and author of ‘Gut Reactions’

"Leo's sessions are the fastest way to transport your body to other dimensions"

DON CONREAUX
Originator of Gong bath practice, student of Yogananda and Yogi Bhajan

“Leo is a servant to humanity”

VICE MAGAZINE
“it turns out Leo has the voice of an angel (…) I I felt kind of calm in myself (…)”

£20 pp

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6b Ada Street, E8 4QU
London
15 July , Sunday 18:00

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