Meditation Made Easy
Using sound to create meditative experiences.
The gong produces a range of frequencies, vibrations and harmonics. When we hear these sounds they stimulate our autonomic nervous system.
The autonomic nervous system is the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic nervous systems.
They are responsible for Flight and Fight and Rest and Digest. Ancient survival mechenisms still present within us today
Naomi Stephens is deeply passionate about experiences, discoveries, and journeys. Each journey is an experience, and each experience is a journey. What can be discovered along the way?
Naomi was first exposed to Sound as a healing modality whilst on a Californian Surf trip, her life transformed after she first heard a Gong. It finally gave her the access to meditation that she had been searching for, and a path back into her strength and light.
When Naomi returned to the UK, where she spent her childhood, she studied Naad Yoga and Sound Meditation with leading wellness figure Leo Consendai.
Accredited by Yoga Alliance, Naomi holds the following formal qualifications: 200hr Naad Yoga/Sound Meditation, Level 1 Agama Yoga, and a BTEC National Diploma in Holistic Therapies. Before working with Sound, Naomi was a Holistic Massage Therapist for 15 years.
Naomi’s love for the journey took her backpacking around the world for 8 years. She made Berlin, Germany her forever home in 2020, a city where every day there is a gift of a different experience.
A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.
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