In a world where there is a lot of negative energy (this is being written during covid 19 pandemic), a lot of people are looking outside of themselves to find some healing from the stress levels they’re feeling in within.
What if I told you could reduce stress and heal yourself through singing?
My voice coaching clients often mention how healed they feel after their vocal lessons with me, and I too have felt the shifts in my own emotional state after a good long sing session.
Singing is a self soothing and self healing way that you can overcome the stresses in your life, and maybe heal some past vocal wounds.
This rings true for singers AND folks who don’t identify as singers, but have full use of their voices.
10 ways singing helps reduce stress
Singing stimulates the the vagus nerve, which is the queen of parasympathetic nervous system (AKA rest and digest) so… it legit makes you feel calmer.
Singing lowers cortisol levels (the stress hormone) in your body.
Singing stimulates your immune system.
Singing improves lung function, deep breaths conquer stress.
Singing (together) supports the need we all feel connected to others.
Singing helps to process emotion.
Singing helps improve mood.
Singing encourages social change; we are encouraged by artists.
Singing encourages clear communication and honest expression.
Singing activates parts of the brain that excrete endorphins, which make you feel good.
Voice and confidence coaching for singers, truth speakers and entrepreneurs.
I live and work on the sacred land of Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People, and I acknowledge them as the past, present, and future caretakers of this land. Being a steward of culture in the arts industry, I am committed to uphold the values of collaboration and inclusivity in all that I offer in this work. ALL voices welcome in my virtual and in person studio.