Updated: Nov 7
For the past week, I’ve incorporated singing into my daily meditation practice. Not only has it helped me regulate my nervous system, but it has also brought immense joy to my meditation sessions.
Singing helps your mental health by:
Stress relief: releasing endorphins, the feel-good hormones, can help reduce anxiety and tension.
Mood enhancement: lift your spirits and improve your mood. It triggers the release of dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with pleasure and reward, which can make you feel happier and more content.
Emotional expression: express your emotions and connect with others emotionally. It can be a cathartic outlet for releasing pent-up emotions, helping you process and cope with challenging feelings.
Music has an incredible healing power, so I spend so much time carefully curating my breathwork playlists. Tomorrow Saturday, November 4th, at 10 am PST, you can experience my latest playlist at my virtual breathwork class.
During the class, we’ll embark on a journey of deep breathing, accompanied by an intuitively curated healing playlist. 🎶💫 It will be an opportunity to tap into your inner peace, embrace your inner strength, and connect with a community of like-minded individuals seeking to cultivate mindfulness together.
Join us for an uplifting Saturday morning experience. Let’s breathe, sing, and discover the power of music to nurture our souls. 🎵✨
Reserve your spot here. This class is donation-based.