Singing can raise your self esteem, make you feel uplifted, happy and well. It is a therapy, exercise and musical work out all in one joyous package!
Singing has been proved to help so many aspects in your life and increase your wellbeing. It reduces stress, lowers blood pressure, improves mood & sense of rhythm.
There is nothing better than singing to help release the emotion within yourself and the song! Singing together, with new friends, helps you overcome shyness and nerves and really could be the tonic in your life.
Correct breathing techniques can give you energy and projection, promoting the feel good factor to overcome stress or depression
I have always believed that singing is for everyone and have seen how all ages transform when they gain the confidence to sing.
In the singing workshops I run, no experience is necessary. Songs are taught by ear and rote and I avoid all unnecessary musical jargon. Once you become a member you can also sing and practice at home with the rehearsal tracks.
Whether you've only ever sung in the bath, haven't sung since school or already sing in a choir, I will soon have you singing together in glorious harmony!
During this pandemic Sing and Tonic is sadly unable to hold sessions in our usual venues but online sessions are being run.
The sessions restart on September 15th, 2020.
There are weekly online singing sessions, socials and virtual choir videos created to show what we have been up to!
If you are interested in joining please use the form in the "Get In Touch" section of this website.
Here are what a few of the online singers have said about their sessions -
"Covid has kept us apart but Sing and Tonic has kept us together."
"it’s been a true tonic in these strange times."
“ if I'm honest it bought me a level of joy and relaxation that a normal session would bring me which I wasn't expecting!”
"Great way to break up the day and inject some positivity”
10.00am - 11.30am
19 Stratford Road,
1.15pm - 2.45pm
The Old Library,
65 Ombersley Street East,
10.00am - 11.30am
St. George's Hall,
off Load Street,
1.30pm - 3.00pm