Relax with Acu-Gong Meditation at Royal Road Clinic
Acu-gong meditation, a therapy that combines the effects of gong sound meditation (gong baths) with acupuncture, is available at Royal Road Clinic. Gong baths were historically used in ancient Chinese rituals; today, the practice is often used for meditation and healing purposes.
“Sound is another way to connect with the breath and the body. As with any meditation practice, sound healing can be deeply relaxing and beneficial to those suffering from stress or insomnia, and it can increase vital energy,” explains Adriana Royal of Royal Road Clinic. “The circulatory and endocrine systems are stimulated through sound vibrations, pushing out any stress, tension or pain within the body.”
Location: 1841 N. Prospect Ave., Milwaukee. For more information, call 414-377-3898 or visit RoyalRoadMKE.com/meditation-milwaukee.
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