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Singing for Health Network Series Workshop 3: Singing for Lung Health

Thursday 26th November 2020, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (London Time)

This workshop will be delivered by Phoene Cave and will be different to one presented for the Voice Geek Conference.

  • Background and context for the work within the arts and health field
  • An overview of the impact of chronic lung conditions & dysfunctional breathing patterns (and the difference between the two)
  • Brief precis of current & future research
  • Singing for Lung Health objectives with overview of delivery, content and best practice
  • A demonstration of the practical application utilising music, movement, mindfulness and singing to support breathlessness

Please note: This session will not be recorded or distributed afterward.

Phoene Cave

Phoene Cave (BMus Hons, PGDip MT, MA) is an HCPC registered music therapist, a CNHC registered shiatsu practitioner, singer, vocal coach and clinical...

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