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Singing for health

I have sung all my life, and continue to be blown away by how transformative it is for my mental health, particularly when I am singing with other people. However, I'm not alone in this respect - by now there's a wealth of research evidence demonstrating the positive effect that singing in a group can have on all sorts of areas of health and wellbeing. You could even say it's a public health intervention!
 

I am a member of the UK Singing for Health Network, have trained as a Singing Mamas leader, and run regular and one-off song sharing groups for women, families, and workplaces.

Singing Mamas - South London

I  run weekly term-time Singing Mamas sessions in South London, a friendly song sharing group for women where songs are learned by ear:
 

  • Tuesday 10.00 -11.30 in Streatham Vale (The Vestry room, adjoining Holy Redeemer)

  • Wednesday 10.00-11.30 in Addiscombe (Ashburton Hall - new group opening 19th June)

  • Thursday 10.15-11.45 in Herne Hill (Carnegie Library Hub - new group opening 27th June)

No prior experience of singing is necessary; we sing for connection, not perfection!

Book using the links below, or click here for more details. Please note that pregnant women at 36+ weeks gestation are invited to attend the groups free of charge so that they can start building their postnatal community.

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