• Strengthens lungs and circulatory system.
• Strengthen the back and correct posture .
• Strengthens bowel, bladder and stomach
• Delivers oxygen to the blood system and brain.
• Helps retrain breathing for asthma sufferers and
panic attack patients.
As well as building personal confidence, developing great singing technique, and being loads of fun, singing lessons also incredibly good for your health!
• Several studies have suggested that singing increases our sense of wellbeing
• Helps reduces the feelings of depression and
anxiety by producing endorphins.
• The deep breathing which singing promotes is a
great stress reliever and helps you sleep better.
• Singing significantly increases concentrations of antibodies
and anti-stress hormones. (University of Frankfurt)
• Singing can increase immune system proteins. (University
• Regular singing has been linked to increased life
expectancy. (Universities of Harvard and Yale)
• Singing exercises facial muscles - say no to botox!!
• Helps with public speaking and stage performances.
• Can help to over-come shyness and nervous reactions to attention and crowds.
• Improves articulation and corrects problems with loss of voice and vocal strain.
• Can help to increase confidence in all areas of life
• Daily singing and weekly keyboard lessons were found to improve spatial reasoning in
children. This may suggest musical training may help the brain to carry out tasks essential to
subjects such as maths and science. In fact, children who received structured musical training
were found to have improved their spatial reasoning by an average of 46% (Rauscher and Shaw)
• Singing can help children to become more adept and confident at expressing themselves verbally.
• Singing can strengthen memory as the learning lyrics and music stimulates the areas of the brain
involved in using memory.