Workshops – Drumming, Sound healing

Sound healing journey with Five Gongs


25th October Niamos cultural center, Hulme 5 #gong

14th November Micklehurst cricket ground 5 #gong

18th November Golden lion and union building, Todmorden  5 #gong


Past events

3rd Oct. Micklehurst Cricket ground – 5 #gong

27th Sept. Niamos cultural center, Hulme    5 #gong

19th Sept. Hulme garden center health and well being   5 #gong    day

15th Sept. #mancgiving day Carlton club, Whalley Range  5 #gong



GOLDEN LION, Todmorden 2nd September – SOLD OUT

St John’s Church, Ayres Road, Old Trafford M16 7GX

11th August 2018 Yin yoga and gong bath with Dana and Craig

Micklehurst cricket ground First Wednesday of the month at commencing 1st August

Niamos cultural centre, Hulme, Manchester.

Next date is 26th July 7-8 pm

“I was not expecting my gong bath to be such an extraordinary experience. It was truly a performance by Craig playing the different gongs and nurturing all the sounds. The unique sounds and vibrations take you away to another place. I often find it difficult to relax my mind in meditation/relaxation groups but I was so relaxed I fell asleep at one point! 

Afterwards I felt re-energized and and at peace, as well as physically relaxed and warm. I can’t emphasize enough what a special and unique experience it was.”

Chronic pain has a progressively draining effect on the quality of life. Researchers suggest that drumming serves as a distraction from pain and grief. Moreover, drumming promotes the production of endorphins and endogenous opiates, the bodies own morphine-like painkillers, and can thereby help in the control of pain.

In a new scientific study it has been reported that drummers are the most intelligent people. They also say that drumming can ward off depression, alzheimer’s, can detox away unwanted toxins from the liver and kidneys and it will definitely keep you in shape.

~Reduces Tension, Anxiety, and Stress

Drumming induces deep relaxation, lowers blood pressure, and reduces stress. Stress, according to current medical research, contributes to nearly all disease and is a primary cause of such life-threatening illnesses as heart attacks, strokes, and immune system breakdowns. A recent study found that a program of group drumming helped reduce stress and employee turnover in the long-term care industry and might help other high-stress occupations as well.