Click on the links on this page and you will be able to read articles about singing as a vital source of life-time good health. Singing is also an excellent confidence booster and can help develop your general ability to communicate and be heard. In my teaching I have also helped many people recovering from addictions, depression, surgery or illness and have had thyroid surgery myself. Whatever your situation I can help you get the voice up and running again so that you can really be yourself.
My review of a “breathing day” with the British Voice Association
Singing ‘rewires’ damaged brain – from the BBC
The Benefits of Singing from Heart Research UK
Brian Eno – Why I believe in Singing
Why Singing is Good For You – from the Daily Telegraph
Sidney de Haan Research Centre: Singing and Wellbeing
“We have suggested that singing education should be incorporated into the professional training of caregivers and nursing students” – Götell, E., Brown, S. & Ekman, S-L. • International Journal of Nursing Studies (2009)
Singing, Wellbeing and Health: Context, evidence and practice, singing and people with COPD. From Canterbury Christ Church University’s Research Centre for Arts and Health.