Returning to Work with On:song - 4 part series - Onsite
The focus will be on singing but in its expanded form, and with a clear emphasis on working with the breath, the body, the voice or the mind, in order to overcome social (and other) anxiety.
All sessions in this four-part series include a physical and vocal warm-up, a main activity on the session theme and a song relating to the theme.
Breath - connection and calm
Body - movement and massage
Voice - music and melody Mind - affirmation and visualisation
This programme has certain requirements before we can go ahead and book. Please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Workplace singing measurably reduces stress, builds resilience, increases productivity, and develops meaningful social connections.
On:song run live and online choirs and workshops for businesses worldwide, on a mission to improve global wellbeing.
Recent clients include the BBC, Lloyds Banking Group, 3 Mobile and M&C Saatchi.
Drawing on extensive academic research and combining engaging musical leadership with inspiring repertoire, their accessible programs improve welfare and increase engagement at work.
On:song is founded by George Bell and Greg Staw, lifelong musicians with professional backgrounds spanning the arts, technology and business, who are driven by a desire to promote people-focused change within organisations.