Chris and Jim chat to James Sills about our latest #ElvisEnergyExperiment where we've been giving our energy a huge boost by singing.
The benefits of singing for physical and mental health are widespread and well-documented. From boosting mood, reducing anxiety, improving posture, and lowering blood pressure. And here’s the great thing - none of these are dependent on our singing ability (or perceived singing ability).
Many of us stop singing in adulthood, often for fear of judgment, comparison, or ridicule, a belief that is frequently reinforced by programmes such as The X Factor or The Voice.
Have a listen to how the experiment James set for us gave Chris and Jim a huge feeling of freedom, connection and happiness. And give it a go for yourself...
About James Sills:
James Sills is a musician, singing leader, author and speaker who is on a mission to get people singing.
Find out more about James and his twice-weekly singing sessions called The Sofa Singers, that has brought together thousands of people from over sixty countries to sing together online.