Gong Sound Space

Gong Sound Space events are curated by Stacey Bliss. She organizes and facilitates events featuring meditation, sound relaxation, and gong trainings in Canada and internationally. Stacey holds a doctorate in Language, Culture, and Teaching from the Faculty of Education at York University, Toronto, Canada. She has been an educator in Canada, Japan, and Korea for over 25 years. Since 2014, she has also taught yoga, meditation, and the art of gong playing. In 2017, she began ethnographically studying with yogis and gong players, and she continues to explore Sound Studies in Education and Critical Studies in Improvisation. Stacey is a SSHRC Insight Development Grant recipient (2021-2023) and she is thrilled to be conducting research for her project titled: Toward a Sound Pedagogy: A Sonic and Performative Ethnography of ‘Sound Healers’ in Canada through the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada and the Arts-based Research Studio in the Faculty of Education. Stacey is currently living, writing, and teaching from the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which include the Blackfoot Confederacy (comprising the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai First Nations), the Tsuut’ina First Nation and the Stoney Nakoda First Nation as well as the Northwest Métis – Region 3.

 

Gong Sound Space events are curated by Stacey Bliss. She organizes and facilitates events featuring meditation, sound relaxation, and gong trainings in Canada and internationally. Stacey holds a doctorate in Language, Culture, and Teaching from the Faculty of Education at York University, Toronto, Canada. She has been an educator in Canada, Japan, and Korea for over 25 years. Since 2014, she has also taught yoga, meditation, and the art of gong playing. In 2017, she began ethnographically studying with yogis and gong players, and she continues to explore Sound Studies in Education and Critical Studies in Improvisation. Stacey is a SSHRC Insight Development Grant recipient (2021-2023) and she is thrilled to be conducting research for her project titled: Toward a Sound Pedagogy: A Sonic and Performative Ethnography of ‘Sound Healers’ in Canada through the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada and the Arts-based Research Studio in the Faculty of Education. Stacey is currently living, writing, and teaching from the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which include the Blackfoot Confederacy (comprising the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai First Nations), the Tsuut’ina First Nation and the Stoney Nakoda First Nation as well as the Northwest Métis – Region 3.

 

Events

Sorry, there are no upcoming events