Music is the universal language that traverses culture, background and ethnicity and is for all abilities. It's the gift that keeps on giving. It's the sound we remember when we are old and frail. It heals and comforts and from the beginning of our time on earth, it assists up in building routines, developing motor skills and language and more. It's an important part of our existence and introducing music to your toddler/child is the biggest gift you can give them, and one that will sustain them for a lifetime.
The City of Whittlesea and Whittlesea Unites are hosting a Music Therapy Supported Playgroup event with Kristy Barber who is a registered music therapist and has been working with families and young children for over 10 years. FREE Sessions will be run from Whittlesea Unites (link given) EVERY THURSDAY from 10.30am to 11.30pm from 27 August to 24 September (27 Aug, 3, 10, 17, 24 Sep) 2020.
It's fun, it's interactive, and give you a chance to play and connect with your kids; singing and dancing and making instruments out of common household items. Learn how to use music in new and fun ways. You'll also be able to watch previous videos on Facebook at any time. See Whittlesea Unites Event Pages for all other events that cover a range of age groups, including ageing well together events, which are exercise workshops for the older adults and more.