Singing for Breathing

Breathing difficulties? Stressed, depressed or anxious?
Our new 10-week Singing for Breathing Course starting in January could be for you!

Tina will be leading a new 10-week Singing for Breathing course starting Monday 16th January 2023. Spaces are limited so if you’d like to book a place please email us at info@playingforcake.uk!

The sessions will be held at St Josephs Church Hall, Cromer Road, Sheringham, NR26 8RT between 2pm and 3:30pm and will be FREE to participants (donations always welcome though if you can, which will help us continue delivering our other community group sessions locallybut you are not obliged to do so!).

There is free parking at the back of the hall (entrance through gates next to the medical centre).

Refreshments will be provided but please bring a bottle of water with you, to help you keep hydrated during the sessions and help avoid spillages.

Please wear loose, comfortable clothing.

Songs used will be specifically tailored around exercises and established Singing for Lung Health techniques that can help manage breathlessness, improve breathing and help improve general health, wellbeing and quality of life. Some gentle movement will be encouraged as part of warm-ups and throughout the session (such as the types of exercises taught in pulmonary rehabilitation courses) to help increase general health benefits and physical activity.

Although the sessions are designed for participants with lung conditions and breathing difficulties, the course will also be useful for people with anxiety, stress or depression. Anyone else wishing to build confidence, enjoy singing with others and increase physical activity is also welcome subject to places being available.

We ask participants to commit to the whole 10-week course, if at all possible, to help experience maximum benefits. If you’d like to reserve a place, please email us at info@playingforcake.uk.

This course has been brought to you thanks to The Together Fund, Active Norfolk (Sport England) and with support from the Pulmonary Rehabilitation Team at Kelling Hospital.