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Training for singing leaders who want to help those who suffer from chronic health conditions to live well.

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance is offering five free training sessions funded by Greenwich Charitable Trust. The sessions will be for Greenwich based singing leaders interested in developing skills aimed towards facilitating those suffering from Parkinson’s, chronic lung and chronic pain conditions in singing and breathwork.

Singing’s positive impact on people living with chronic health conditions is becoming widely recognised, encouraging improved physical and psychological wellbeing. Increasingly, singing leaders with the skills to lead in groups are being sought to work with health services to deliver this important work.

Would you like to learn skills that will help accommodate those with chronic health conditions into your singing group? Or are you thinking of setting up your own new group? The following sessions will provide insight into how you can widen your practice to help those who need it most.

See the upcoming sessions below and book your place via Trinity Laban's online form.

Singing for Good Health Training: Mental Health and Trauma

Sunday 28th March, 11am - 1pm

Online via Zoom

Join trainer Emily Foulkes for an insight into the value of singing for good health and the importance of trauma-informed practice.

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Singing for Pain Management Training

Sunday 18th April, 11am - 1pm

Online via Zoom

Join trainer Emily Foulkes for an insight into the value of singing for good health and the importance of trauma-informed practice.

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Singing For Lung Health Training

Sunday 25th April, 11am - 1pm

Online via Zoom

Join experienced Lung Health group facilitator James Moriarty to hear how breathwork and singing can benefit those with lung conditions.

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Singing For Parkinson's Training

Sunday 9th May, 11am - 1pm

Online via Zoom

Join trainer Nicola Wydenbach for a session on how you can adapt your practice to benefit those with Parkinson’s.

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Building Community 101: Reading the Room on Zoom

Sunday 16th May, 11am - 1pm

Online via Zoom

Join Inspired not Tired and Singing for Pain Management facilitator Natasha Lohan as she shares what she has learnt from a year of building community online, and how we can take this learning forward into post-pandemic delivery of singing groups.

 

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