Grand Gong Master Don Conreaux is coming to Australia in October 2017 to share his sound healing wisdom and Gong experience & leanings in an 8 day training retreat in the hinterland of northern NSW, at Gymea Eco Retreat & Spa, located in the foothills of sacred Mt Warning – Wollumbin.
Grand Gong Master, Don Conreaux is known in the world of sound as a pioneer and teacher of teachers and has been responsible for training Gong Yoga therapists all over the world. He was a master teacher and director of Kundalini Teacher Training under Yogi Bhajan and former disciple of Kriya Yoga’s Paramahansa Yogananda since 1952. Gong Master Don draws upon his 63 years of yoga and sound work. Since 1985, Don has been teaching his MEM Gong Yoga system of exercise for rejuvenation. He is an advisor to numerous humanitarian and environmental organizations, conducts Artists for Humanity Concerts and leads workshops and training retreats around the world. In 1976, after training 108 Kundalini Yoga Teachers for the Mahan Tantric Yogi Bhajan, he was given a final directive to create a new form of yoga. Originally, in the 70’s he called the exercises Mini-Yogs which lasted from 30-90 seconds, the time the Gong needed to alter the consciousness.
The MEM Gong Yoga of Holistic Resonance, the title of Gong Master, Gong Therapy, the Gong Bath and Gong Puja, Spiritual Free Jazz, and Songs and Concerts for Humanity. His Way of the Gong writings include: Gongs of Our Solar System, Magnum Opus of the Gong 1, 2, 3 and the Music of Wholeness, Gong Essays, Sacred Geometry of Starhenge World Peace Garden Network, The Universal Chiometer, and The Kriya Kundalini Gong Yoga Manual, IGMA and ICGM – International council of Gong Masters & International Gong Masters Alliance.
Gong retreat training details:
October 10 – 18, 2017. During our 8 days training we will explore Gong Yoga and Gong Therapy and the Sacred Geometry of Starhenge, now in his 83rd year he is still travelling the World and this will be a rare opportunity to train under such an amazing Master in Australia