WHAT IS MUSIC PSYCHOLOGY?
The Neuroscience of Music
Music Psychology in an umbrella term that is used to describe the portion of psychology and neuroscience research that aims to investigate the effects of music on the brain, its social role, its rehabilitation benefits, and in general the aesthetics of music - or, simply put, why it's so beautiful!
WHAT YOU WILL GAIN
Learn how to understand music and how to truly, deeply listen.
Learn how to use music to enhance your creativity and productivity.
Learn how to find time for yourself, to listen to yourself, and concentrate on only one thing at a time, in a world of sensory overload.
Learn how to use the voice and breath to communicate efficiently. But also learn non-verbal communication of emotions and feelings.
Learn how to breathe properly through gentle musical 'workouts'. You will be able to use your breath more efficiently and never feel out of breath again. Plus, you will feel much more energized, because of the efficient oxygenation of the body.
Learn how to regain the connection with yourself.
I will be your guide for this journey, but I will ultimately give you the tools to be able to transpose the confidence that you built, the positive energy that you found, to all contexts so that you will always be able to find it again.
SPECIFIC FOR MUMS-TO-BE
Create a strong positive bond with your child through sound, voice and music. Music Psychology Research has shown that listening to classical music may improve your baby’s brain development, concentration, and self-discipline, as well as other social, cognitive and motor skills. Remember: babies start listening from around week 18 of the pregnancy, however they can feel the vibrations produces by sound much earlier!