Tina Maria is the founder and CEO of Gong-Academy.com and Kundalini Yoga Denmark.
She is passionately conducting trainings and courses in how to play the gong, gongbath and -Pujas, as well as well as organizing internationally retreats and trainings.

She is a certified Ayurvedic Gong Therapist with advanced trainings by Grand Masters Yogi Mehtab Benton & Grand Master Don Conreaux.


In 2019 she is attending the first ever Gong Teacher Training program with Don Conreaux and Gongmuse Surana, as well as organizing advanced gong Master Classes with Gong Master Mehtab Benton, Don Conreaux and Alejandro Notz.

Tina Maria is a certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher with KRI, an Internationally recognized Yoga Alliance teacher training.
She trained directly with Yogi Bhajan, Master of Kundalini Yoga who introduced her to the Gong in the early 1990’ies. She teachers weekly Yoga Classes in Copenhagen, Denmark and has more than 30 years’ experience.

She studied healing with Master of Sat Nam Rasayan healing Guru Dev Singh since 1994 and holds a SNR level 2 degree.
Currently studying for L3 under direct guidance of Guru Dev Singh.

In 2018 Tina Maria traveled with Grand Gong Master Don Conreaux, Gong muse Surana through Slovenia, Bosnia and Croatia with 30 Gong Players from all over the world for the Gong Caravan of Peace.

The Gong Caravan of Peace is organizing free concerts throughout the Balkan region, offering Sacred Healing sound of the Gong to areas that has been devastated by the pain and horrors of war.

A journeywoman is a skilled worker who has successfully completed an official apprenticeship qualification in a building trade or craft. Journeywomen are considered competent and authorized to work in that field as a fully qualified employee. They earn their license by education, supervised experience and examination.
Although journeywomen have completed a trade certificate and are allowed to work as employees, they may not yet work as self-employed master craftsmen.

The term was originally used in the medieval trade guilds. Journeywomen were paid each day. The word “journey” is derived from journal, meaning “day” in French. Each individual guild generally recognised three ranks of workers: apprentices, journeywomen, and masters.

A journeywoman, as a qualified tradeswoman could become a master and run their own business, but most continued working as employees. Guidelines were put in place to promote responsible tradeswomen, who were held accountable for their own work and to protect the individual trade and the general public from unskilled workers.

To become a master, a journeywoman has to submit a master piece of work to a guild for evaluation. Only after evaluation can a journeywoman be admitted to the guild as a master. Sometimes, a journeyman was required to accomplish a three-year working trip, which may be called the journeywoman years.

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