Joining a choir has many benefits, we believe the following are ours:
Group singing is cheaper than therapy, healthier than drinking, and certainly more fun than working out. It is the one thing in life where feeling better is pretty much guaranteed.
1. Singing exercises our lungs. It tones up our intercostal muscles and our diaphragm.
2. It can improve our sleep
3. We benefit our hearts and circulation by improving our aerobic capacity and we decrease muscle tension.
4. Our facial muscles get toned.
5. Our posture improves.
6. We can become more mentally alert.
7. Sinuses and respiratory tubes are opened up more
8. With careful training recent evidence suggests that it can help decrease the problem of snoring.
9. There is a release of pain relieving endorphins.
10. Our immune system is given a boost enabling us to fight disease.
11. It can help reduce anger and depression and anxiety
12. Use of music can help people to regain balance if affected by illness such as Parkinson’s disease
1. Increase in self esteem and confidence
2. It increases feelings of wellbeing
3. It enhances mood
4. Useful as a stress reducer
5. It is uplifting spiritually
6. It can increase positive feelings
7. Encourages creativity
8. It can be energising
9. It evokes emotions
10. Promotes bonding
11. Increases understanding and empathy between cultures.
12. It is healing
1. It enables you to meet more people
2. Is a forum for sharing
3. Brings people together and encourages a sense of community
4. Offers opportunity for giving and receiving positive feedback
5. A forum for fun & laughter
7. Provides a safe environment to try new skills
8. Brings people together. Give it a try!
Life-Affirming Benefits of Singing – Vocalising Promotes Well Being By Patty Mills
“Singing fortifies health, widens culture, refines the intelligence, enriches the imagination, makes for happiness and endows life with an added zest.”
If you sing in the shower or sing along with the radio, consider taking this raw vocal skill to new heights. Music – the “universal language” not only stirs our deepest emotions, but active participation can increase energy and vigor to see us through even the most stress-filled life commitments. Good vocal technique goes beyond the basics to include both physical and vocal warm-ups, proper nutrition, adequate rest and emotional commitment. An experienced vocal teacher will explore all aspects of posture, abdominal and chest development, tone production and breath control.
What health club can promise these benefits?
Singing increases poise, self-esteem and presentation skills.
Singing strengthens concentration and memory.
Singing develops the lungs and promotes superior posture.
Singing broadens expressive communication.
Singing adds a rich, more pleasant quality to speech.
Singing animates the body, mind and spirit.
Singing enables the performer to delve into characterisation/acting.
Singing stimulates insight into prose and poetry and piques interests in the inner meaning of words.
Singing enriches one’s ability to appreciate the art of great singers.
Singing is an ageless enjoyment – you are never too young or too old.
Singing is therapeutic both emotionally and physically.
A Great Article about why it is healthy to sing: