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“Using Singing for Breathing Complications and social tool against loneliness and depression”

Delete this post Submitted by Gustavo Herrera <lagunabluvan@gmail.com> on 05/Aug/2017

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“Using Singing for Breathing Complications and social tool against loneliness and depression”

I am glad to offer you and your venue residents a personal one to one or group sessions for breathing exercise and improvement, combined with social gathering for singing enjoyment as choir or solo format including singing-breath theory, technique and coaching-advise, in a context of an atmosphere to counter loneliness and all it consequences also providing the attendees with goals and something exiting and new that enhance their lives.
Could singing in the shower or in a group could actually be good for you?
For those with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), the answer is yes!
and for all general population is also yes!
Singing could help those with COPD.
‘Singing for COPD’ sessions, in which attendees participated in breathing exercises, vocal warm ups, singing and even performing has been proven to be beneficial and in general helped improve their overall well-being, however this benefits are not limited to those people with COPD, actually singing as an occupational activity reports benefits for everybody regardless age or held condition, this benefits come from personal feeling of accomplishment, improve of self-esteem and confidence, better consciousness about breathing process and techniques to improve it, group and social interaction and effective tool against isolation, loneliness and depression.

Info / booking 604 729 2594
gustavoherreratenor.yolasite.com
Facebook/gustavoherreratenor


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