Date: 27 Sep 2022 - 14 Oct 2022
The vibrations of Tibetan singing bowls are believed to resonate with our bodies and minds, stimulating our circulation and creating a therapeutic effect.
To complement the exhibition Eternal Transience, Enlightened Wisdom: Masterpieces of Buddhist Art, UMAG is offering a singing bowl experience in the gallery. Participants will have the opportunity to shed some stress and achieve a balanced state of mind through the power of sound therapy, while also taking in the exhibition.
In this hour-long musical journey, the instructor will introduce the singing bowl and gong and the roles of these instruments in sound therapy.
Note: Participants will need to bring their own yoga mats, and are advised to bring a jacket as the gallery temperature is quite cool.
Brenda Pang has been teaching Kundalini yoga for 10 years. Studied under the world-renowned gong master Don Conreaux, she has participated in hundreds of gong bath and Tibetan singing bowl concerts. Audiences describe her sound bath meditation releases a soft, balanced elevating tone that provides an exquisite harmonisation with the atmosphere. She also received Yoga of Holistic Resonance Gong Master Training Level 1 certificate.
Date | Time | Language | Registration Deadline
27 September 2022 (Tue) | 1 pm–2 pm | Cantonese | 23 September 2022 (Fri) (FULL)
7 October 2022 (Fri) | 1 pm–2 pm | Cantonese | 3 October 2022 (Mon) (FULL)
11 October 2022 (Tue) | 1 pm–2 pm | Cantonese | 7 October 2022 (Fri) (FULL)
14 October 2022 (Fri) | 1 pm–2 pm | English | 10 October 2022 (Mon) (FULL)
Venue: 1/F T. T. Tsui Building, UMAG, HKU, 90 Bonham Road, Pokfulam, Hong Kong (Please enter the museum via the Fung Ping Shan Building)
Audience and Limit: Aged 16 or above. Maximum 7–13 people (capacity might vary according to the government’s precautionary measures). All persons entering the museum, except those exempted, are required to scan the ‘LeaveHomeSafe’ QR code and comply with the requirement of the Government and HKU Vaccine Pass. More details on entry requirements can be found on the following website: https://umag.hku.hk/visit/#precautionary-measures/.
Cost: HK$100 per person
Registration: Registration opens on 14 September 2022. To register, please complete the application form and submit it together with the corresponding course fee to UMAG via mail or to the Museum Office on 2/F T. T. Tsui Building in person during office hours. Payment methods and mailing details are on page 3 of the application form. All applications will be processed only when both the completed form and course fee are received.
For enquiries, please contact Ms Lorraine Choi: email@example.com / 2241 5506.
Click here to download the application form.