Singing and music-making can bring a range of physical, social and emotional health benefits. And we can help!
Our sessions are designed to be suitable for all ages and abilities. They help increase physical activity, encourage better breathing, exercise muscles in the head, neck, throat, torso and abdomen, can help increase social interaction, build peer-support networks and help people form new friendships. Taking part in our sessions can also help with confidence-building and improving communication skills – plus help develop musical skills, if that’s something you’re interested in too!
Find out about our regular Singing for Health, Wellbeing and Fun and/or Singing for Breathing group sessions in North Walsham and Sheringham. You might also be interested in some of our one-off events.
We have online resources which explain the benefits of singing and music for people living with particular health conditions, including links to videos to help people practice at home. See ‘Singing for Better Breathing’, ‘Sing to Beat Parkinson’s’ and ‘Singing for Stroke Survivors’ .