Singing for the lungs is a specific programme of postural, breathing, vocal and singing exercises that Phoene put together after working with patients with lung disease for the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust.

Since 2015, Phoene has been writing and delivering training for the British Lung Foundation to a host of singing leaders across the UK.

Sing For Your Lungs at the Whittington Hospital, London

Sing For Your Lungs at the Whittington Hospital, London

Benefits

  • Develop awareness of postural and breathing patterns
  • Learn new exercises
  • Let go of old habits
  • Develop new ways of producing sound and begin to return to an optimal breath pattern
  • Learn new habits through repetition – feeding muscle memory
  • Build stamina
  • Have fun

See the Singing for Breathing page to order a CD, read about the Lung Cycle project and hear a piece from Radio 4’s Today programme.

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