It's official: singing is good for you. Singing delivers a host of physical and emotional benefits including lower heart pressure, increased aerobic exercise, improved breathing, posture, mindset, confidence, and self-esteem. Whether you do it alone or in a choir, singing will put a skip back into your step.
Drawing on singing teacher Rosie Dow's extensive work and experience in singing, this book offers expert guidance and practical exercises to cultivate emotional and physical wellbeing.
Crucially, anyone can do it – you just need to find your voice.
About the Author:
Rosie Dow is an experienced singer, choir leader, and community musician. She also works with people affected by cancer and women in the military community, using singing as a way to offer support, fulfilment, and friendship. She has worked with universities to publish research on the social, biological, and mental health benefits of singing.