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Breath  Voice  Body  Song

The science of breath work, voice work, and singing for health
Green Fields

Meet Molly

An experienced workshop facilitator specialising in singing, choral harmony and breath-work that promotes wellbeing through voice and body. I lead bespoke workshops aimed at all ages and abilities from diverse backgrounds in a range of community and corporate contexts, leading sessions that create a culture of inclusivity, enjoyment and togetherness.

With a background in singing, musical direction and holistic therapies. My aim is to teach people about the incredible benefits singing in a group has on mental and physical health, while creating incredible music together in the process.


My workshops bring people together through singing, breath-work, rhythm, and mindfulness with easy to learn techniques for people to take away, that will boost the immune system, reduce stress levels, and support overall health and wellbeing.

Meet Molly
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The Science of Breath work, Voice work, and Singing for health


Singing is a natural anti-depressant. It has been proven to reduce stress, boost the immune system, enhance memory, and stimulate the release of the love and connection hormone oxytocin.

Voice work

Vibrational sound healing has been used for thousands of years by many tribal communities using sonic frequencies to elicit altered states of consciousness, and is said to release trapped emotions or stuck energy from the body. It is now recognised in the treatment of addiction, pain, sleep, anxiety, trauma, and depression. 


Through breathing alone you can learn how to access different systems in body, reducing stress and anxiety, increasing creativity, memory and focus, improving sleep and cardiovascular health, and athletic performance.

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Oxytocin is produced when we sing and bond with each other in a group. Oxytocin has amazing health benefits, including helping wounds heal faster, and slowing down the aging process. Oxytocin also lowers blood pressure, and acts as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory for the cardiovascular system.

Body work

Moving the body helps our energy (electricity) flow through us more easily as well as keeping us flexible. Yoga, Tai Chi, and Chi Gong are examples of energy exercise that connect breath, and movement for whole body health and wellbeing.


The power of the mind is incredible! Studies have shown that the power of belief not only affects our outlook, but our biology changes too. Through positive thinking, we have the power to change the way our cells respond to our environment, so finding joy can literally make us physically and mentally healthier.


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