Typical Gemini, with the concentration span of a gnat & not one for sitting still. My old Da used to say that "you're a long time dead". So my mantra is get busy living.Please join me for more at
Sing and the world sings with you
Recent science studies have confirmed that there are many benefits gained from singing. Yes, you heard it right. Even if your singing is curtailed to the shower at night or the morning drive in the car with the windows up, singing does come with health benefits.
1) Singing changes your physiology. This means that inside the body endorphins are being released which help elevate your mood.
2) Singing is an aerobic exercise, as the deep breaths you take are good for circulation. 3) Recent studies indicate that singing in a group can alleviate chronic pain and make you feel physically better.
4) Singing boosts the immune system. 5) Singing activates the right temporal brain. Is this good, you ask? It may make you smarter in the long run.
Does anybody else get the feeling that singing may be a better option than pounding the pavements in Lycra?
A septuagenarian friend has taken up singing over the last few years and is having a wonderful time performing at concerts and browsing dancewear specialist shops for glittery stockings.
Dolphin Studio, in Brisbane's Bayside, has been providing singing training and musical tuition since the late 1990's. Their philosophy for teaching singing is "that a good sound technique allows you to sing any style well and believes singing should be a joy."
On Saturday, 18th of November, Dolphin Studio will be showcasing the enthusiasm of its pupils, crossing a broad range of ages, with a concert with music from the movies.