CONFERENCE OPENERS / ENERGISERS / HARMONY WORKSHOPS / TEAM BUILDING
HARMONISE! REDUCE STRESS – BUILD TEAMS – INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY
Workplaces are stressful places with deadlines, hierarchies and competition. Harmony workshops help to counterbalance this stress and ultimately enhance productivity, creativity and confidence in the workplace.
Singing has scientifically proven health benefits and has been proven to help people bond as teams, enhance communication and help teams to problem solve better.
Whether you need to integrate new staff, familiarise people in different areas of an organisation with each other, enhance morale, help an organisation recover from a challenge, or reduce stress levels, these harmony sessions provide excellent results.
In conjunction with a leading singer and ethnomusicologist we offer team building harmony sessions for conferences and special events, e.g. as energisers or openers.
Sessions begin with fun and confidence building ice-breakers. As the group transforms itself into an ‘instant choir’ participants are amazed at being able to find their own voices and contribute to creating a beautiful harmonious whole. People are inspired, energised and rejuvenated.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF SINGING?
- It is now proven that people who sing regularly are happier, healthier and live longer than non-singers
- Group singing has been scientifically proven to lower stress (lowering cortisol production), relieve anxiety and elevate endorphins
- It is energising and calming at the same time
- Amazingly, the love hormone oxytocin, which helps people bond with one another, is released during group singing
- Singing is a form of aerobic exercise, especially for heart, lungs and core, it alleviates or lessens pain and improves posture and confidence
- Singing lowers heart rate variability which is linked to reduced risk of heart disease. Singing can also help to train the lungs to breathe better.
Group singing can help to boost our immune system and regular group singing can increase life expectancy
It is also reported that heart beats sync up when people sing together
Who should attend?
- Organisations who wish to maximise the potential, well-being and contributions of their employees
- Teams who are interested in workplace singing, team building or forming workplace choirs
- Managers who wish to build trust within teams through creative endeavour
- Those who want to improve well-being and energy within their teams