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Make workplace wellbeing one of your top priorities by having a weekly choir to create community, reduce stress and burnout, improve productivity, and reduce staff turnover. 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. Support your staff’s health and wellbeing, and create a happier and healthier workplace environment. 

Learn simple breathing and vocal techniques to reduce stress and anxiety in the body, boost the immune system, and build connections for general wellbeing. Play with sound, rhythm and improvisation, learn close vocal harmony arrangements of different genres, and connect with yourself and others. Come and enjoy the incredible benefits singing in a group has on your wellbeing.

Bespoke company away days and retreats in nature for staff wellbeing that will bring people together and leave the whole group feeling refreshed and nourished. Get in touch today to enquire about a bespoke team building experience specifically catered to you and your staff. 

What are the benefits?

Singing has been proven to reduce stress, and anxiety, boost the immune system, enhance memory, balance hormones, balance blood pressure, improve lung capacity, boost energy levels, help improve sleep, and stimulate the release of the love and connection hormone oxytocin, bringing people together, and promoting overall health and wellbeing.


If you're an individual looking for a weekly drop in session or a weekend retreat to boost wellbeing and connect with wonderful people, check out my public workshops and retreats page above to get involved any time. 


If you're a business looking to enquire about a regular choir for the workplace, or a bespoke away day or retreat, I'm offering a no obligation, free taster session for you and your staff, so get in touch to arrange a taster session by clicking the link below.

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