Singing is a wonderful thing to do. Not only is the sound of the voice one of the greatest instruments, but singing is also beneficial in so many ways including;
· Boosts your immune system
· Releases endorphins
· Improves breathing
· Helps with posture
· Builds confidence and self esteem
· Great way to make friends
· A relaxing activity
· A fun and social way to spend time
If you want to try singing, you can either book 1-1 lessons or join a singing group. Get in touch for more information.
All the sessions are fun and friendly – you do not need to audition or have any singing knowledge/experience. We do vocal warm ups, nice songs and easy harmonies.
Community Singing – every Thursday, 7-8pm at St Pauls, Strines Rd, SK6 7GB (5 mins from Marple/New Mills). Open to all ages/abilities
Over 60’s/dementia friendly – Every Monday at Whitehill Resource Centre, Reddish. 1o.45am – 12.15pm. This is run for Age UK. 0161 480 1211
Over 60’s/dementia friendly – Every Wednesday at Sunrise, Bramhall, 2-3.30pm. Free of charge. 0161 440 2200
If you would like to have a singing session at a group you run, get in touch. We can do a one off or regular sessions to suit your group.
Have a listen to the Age UK over 60′s singing group in action, click the this link http://podcast.pureradio.org.uk/index.php?tag=Singing