Gong Meditations

Becky Cobb has a new gong with ganesha for sound healing mediationsNew Location: Join Us at The Yoga Projekt in 2021

Tibetan Bowl meditations are offered on the second Friday alternating months with gong meditations at The Yoga Projekt.

  • (New time!) 2nd Friday, 7 pm (lasts about an hour)
  • Cost is $15. Bring mats, blankets, pillows or whatever you need to be comfortable on the floor. Chairs are also available.
  • The Yoga Projekt is located at Heritage Square, 4450 N Prospect Rd, Suite S 10 (upstairs, there is an elevator), Peoria Heights, 309-429-6520

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Why Gong Meditations?

The gong is one of the oldest instruments in the world, and it is said that all of the sounds of creation are contained with in. It differs from other instruments because when you make contact with the gong, the sound swells and begins to decay and then the sound returns of its own accord building to a second and higher peak before fading. This is called “re-sounding,” the return of sound.  This sound cannot be predicted by the brain and lulls the brain into Theta brain waves.  The body is harmonized, chakras cleared, and negative energy is broken up. The vibration of the gong raises the vibration of every cell in the body and negative thoughts and energy trapped in the cells is releases.

On a purely physical level, the sound of a live gong stimulates circulation while its wide range of frequencies stimulates nerve endings and may prove useful in recovering from injuries in which nerve damage has occurred.

It also appears that the sound of the gong stimulates the glandular system to a higher level of functioning. The pituitary gland seems directly affected by its sound which in turn causes the whole glandular system to become balanced.

Every session is unique as the gong responds to the energy, issues and intentions of the group. Words do not adequately describe what happens and the gong must be experienced to appreciate the full effect.

2021 Sound Meditations in Peoria, Illinois at The Yoga Projekt

  • January 8 Tibetan Bowls
  • February 12 Gongs
  • March 12 Tibetan Bowls
  • April 9 Gongs
  • May 14 Tibetan Bowls
  • June 11 Gongs
  • July 9 Tibetan Bowls
  • August 13 Gongs
  • September 10 Tibetan Bowls
  • October 8 Gongs
  • November 12 Tibetan Bowls
  • December 10 Gongs

Becky hosts sound meditations every second Friday at the Yoga Projekt alternating between the Tibetan Bowls and gong.

“If we accept that sound is vibration and we know that vibration touches every part of our physical being, then we understand that sound is heard not only through our ears but through every cell in our bodies. One reason sound heals on a physical level is because it so deeply touches and transforms us on the emotional and spiritual planes. Sound can redress imbalances on every level of physiologic functioning and can play a positive role in the treatment of virtually any medical disorder.”
— Dr. Mitchel Gaynor, Director of Medical Oncology and Integrative Medicine at the Cornell Cancer Prevention Center in New York.

Other locations

Peoria Himalayan Salt Cave sessions will resume when Covid restrictions are lifted

Crafty Eclectic in Peru, Illinois: Tentatively January 28th at 5:30, and session will be virtual

Watch for more details to come

About Balance and Harmony

Becky Cobb is a certified reflexologist and vibrational energy worker. She combines sound, oils, flower essences, and crystals with her body work allowing your body to align to higher vibrations and self healing. Her current focus is on how emotions and stress interfere with our ability to be happy and healthy. She has developed a series of classes using her years of experience in counseling, studying health with vibrational healing to help you unwind and release emotions that have been trapped in your body.