Singing is one of the most natural things.
Every child sings naturally without worrying about the judgment of others or without the fear of being out of tune.
The child simply sings for the joy that comes from doing it and this should be the right approach to this experience.
On the other hand, have you ever found yourself singing in moments of intimacy?
Maybe in the shower or in the car to get rid of stress or simply because you’re in a good mood?
This is the proof that singing positively affects our mental and emotional well-being.
But what would happen if we had to sing in front of other people?
Most of us may find ourselves facing some social conditioning, such as the fear of exposing ourselves or feeling vulnerable in front of others, thus not allowing ourselves to fully enjoy our expressiveness, by singing in freedom.
The choir and the circle singing enable us to overcome this fear, allowing each of us to find our own space within the team, feeling part of a single entity bigger than ourselves, but at the same time, we are an important gear.