We are a group of community musicians that work on a not-for-profit basis to provide interactive music sessions to promote health and wellbeing.
Find out more about us, our aims, our latest news, or check out some of the research links we’ve collated that demonstrate the benefits of singing and music for people living with particular health conditions. Also see our Facebook page for photos, news and videos related to the work we’re doing.
Fun, informal interactive music sessions can bring a range of known physical, social and emotional benefits to people. For example, singing increases physical activity, exercises the muscles in the head, neck, throat, torso and abdomen, increases social interaction and above all, can be tremendous fun! We see ourselves as musical facilitators to help people gain these benefits!
We can work with clinical health care or educational professionals to help achieve specific health goals for service users and we work in a range of community-based settings, day-care centres, residential care homes and we can work with schools and youth centres. See our events for details of our community-based singing workshops for health.
Contact us for more information or to discuss your requirements. You can also find out more about the team, our aims or see some of the comments from our previous sessions on this website.
Playing for Cake Community Interest Company No: 10447832