Steve's eBook Reveals: 10 life changing health benefits from singing; 6 singing techniques to develop your confidence; 12 Top Tips for stage performance and how to start a community choir for fun and profit...plus much more!
This simple and easy-to-read guide will show you how singing can enhance your lifestyle, develop a feel good factor in your life and help deal with stress and emotional overload.
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In this 12,000 word eBook You Will Discover...
10 Health Benefits For Body, Mind & Spirit
Music making exercises the brain as well as the body, but singing is particularly beneficial for improving breathing, posture and muscle tension. Listening to and participating in music has been shown to be effective in pain relief, too, probably due to the release of neurochemicals such as β-endorphin (a natural painkiller responsible for the “high” experienced after intense exercise).
6 Singing Techniques To Explore
Whether it’s falsetto, riffing, vocal runs, vocal belting, rasping rock or even country yodelling(!), developing your voice using various techniques can help you to gain confidence, learn how to breathe properly and strengthen your ability to perform – and not just with an “air guitar” in front of the mirror at home!
The 8 Crucial Stages In A Typical Community Choir Rehearsal
So you find yourself, rather reluctantly, turning up to your first Community Choir rehearsal! Help! After the first 30 minutes it dawns on you that this could be fun, entertaining, friendly, accepting, non-judgemental, there are no unattainable expectations, you don’t have to measure up to somebody else, you are special, you are unique, you don’t have to read music, you don’t have to sing like Pavarotti or Maria Carey – RELAX AND ENJOY!
Check Out What Other People Are Saying...
I suffered with mental health problems and find the two hours singing in the choir once a week a real godsend, it takes me out of my problems & makes me feel normal again.Wishes to remain anonymous
When I first heard about the choir starting up, I saw it as an opportunity to join something that I used to love doing when I was younger. I arrived at the venue and nearly turned away but I grabbed hold of all my courage and went in. I'm so glad I did. I love it. I've made new friends, my confidence is on the up, I enjoy the challenge of learning new songs and I get such a buzz out of singing in a big group. It's great!Maria
lthough we are both novices, and have only been coming a short while we feel privileged to be in the company of so many enthusiasts at the Community Choir. We enjoy the company, the training and are finding our own voices- so long they have been unused! To have this sort of education in our lives has put a spring into our step and we look forward to each and every meeting.Heather & Ruth