During the current pandemic, the Singing for Breathing group is still operating, but in a new, socially distanced way, as sessions are now taking place via Zoom, the videoconferencing chanel. While it’s not quite the same as all being in the same room, members are glad that their weekly singing sessions are continuing:
We hope it won’t be too long before we can all sing together in one place again.
Singing for Breathing is the latest group to come under the Talking in Tune umbrella. The group meets most Thursday afternoons, 2.30 – 4.00 at Brown’s Field Youth and Community Centre, Green End Road, CB4 1RU.
This group is open to anyone with a chronic lung health condition, regardless of whether or not you feel you are a singer!
After tea and chat, the session begins with a guided relaxation, followed by breath and voice exercises designed to help you breathe more effectively and make the best use of the lung capacity you have. We then have fun singing a variety of songs, some familiar, others chosen from world music traditions.
Leader Kay Barrett has trained with the British Lung Foundation and receives ongoing support and mentoring from the BLF Singing team
Participants who are able to do so give a suggested donation of £3.50 per session to help with running costs.
For more information, including a video about the Group, visit their website at www.singingforbreathing.wordpress.com or facebook page https://www.facebook.com/singingforlunghealthcambridge/
or contact Kay on 07845 726975 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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