Sheila is a song leader, musical composer and Director of the Don Heights Singers, an open, community choir that is a free offering to all from Don Heights Unitarian Congregation, 18 Wynford Drive, Suite 102 in Toronto (Don Mills & Eglinton). Sheila invites you to come sing along with others on Thursday nights at 7pm. Performing a range of music, including original material. All are welcome.
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1. Harmony in the workplace
Singing brings people together. Singing is fun and reduces stress. It is a healing agent and a soother. In a unique program designed for the workplace, Sheila has a roomful of people singing in harmony in a matter of minutes. Absolutely no special skill required. Music breaks down barriers. It crosses all cultures and languages. It bridges divides and supports teamwork. The human voice is a special instrument. Sheila uses singing to build positive dynamics for the individual and the group. By finding and using their voices, participants gain a whole new level of confidence and on-the-job attitude using Sheila's voice production techniques. This is a marvelous team-building program that brings out the best in your people. Suitable for any size of audience.
2. Finding Your Voice
Designed for smaller groups and counselling settings, "Finding Your Voice" uses music to deal in a real way with personal pain and trauma. A combination of music making, voice production and self-expression, Sheila and associates teach participants new ways to shape and use their voice as a therapeutic tool for self-help and image.