Singing for Change
August 20 - 24, 2018
This program has been cancelled.
You may be interested in:
- The Naked Voice Wisdom School: Liberate Your Song with Chloë Goodchild, August 15-20
- Dance of Oneness: Dance Your Passion! with Banafsheh Sayyad, September 2-7
Other programs during August 20 – 24:
- Council of Waters and Trees with Amos Clifford
- Move Without Pain: Essential Somatics with Martha Peterson
Do you yearn to bring more singing into your life? Or perhaps you have always considered yourself a “non-singer”?
A growing body of research confirms what singers have known all along—singing is good for us in so many ways. (Google: “benefits of singing” for more details.) We humans, every one of us, were designed to be singers. Singing is accessible to everyone. It’s our birthright. We function best, individually and collectively, as singing beings.
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned singer, come and experience how singing with others can transform your life and the world around you.
Discover how singing in harmony with others can boost energy, fight depression, enliven the human spirit, build community, and change the world.
Learn a repertoire of songs that are fun and easy to learn, on themes of change and transformation.
There will also be an opportunity for those who wish to practice leading a group in song.
Join the growing movement to bring singing back into the family, the classroom and the workplace.
Siobhan Robinsong is co-founder of Hollyhock, founder of renowned Gettin’ Higher Choir and co-founder/director of the highly successful Community Choir Leadership Training in Victoria BC. She has been passionate about busting the myth of the “non-singer” since 1994.