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The Science Of Singing

Research in neuroscience, psychology, and medicine, as well as music education, cultural studies, social sciences, and the history of emotions, shows the immense impact of singing on human development. Not only does singing have positive effects on the synapse formations in the brain, bodily functions, and emotional well-being, but it also creates strong, felt communities that have the power to shape both individuals and societies.

 - Dr. Marie Louise Herzfeld-Schild & Philippe Rixhon


The Biological Imperative:
How Our Body Rewards Us For Singing

When we sing, especially when we sing as a group, our brain releases a cascade of hormones, including endorphin, dopamine, and serotonin - neurotransmitters that flood us with pleasurable sensations similar to eating and making love which alleviates anxiety and stress while inspiring feelings of trust, and bonding. Nature's way of rewarding us for doing something integral to our survival.

- Grish | Music & Mantras

Benefits of Singing According to Science

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