Breath  Voice  Body  Song

The science of breath work, voice work, and singing for health

Meet Molly

Molly has lived and worked in Bristol as a professional singer and musician for the past ten years fronting and managing, various bands and projects covering many different music genres and styles. She also writes original music, and her passion lies in arranging and teaching close vocal harmonies to A Cappella groups. 


Molly also has a passion for wellness science, and for the past few years has been researching different, holistic therapies that focus on whole mind and body wellbeing. She has a particular interest in neuro-reprogramming, along with breathing and vocal techniques, and the amazing effects they have on mental and physical health. Molly is currently studying to become a group voice therapist, and an integrative breath-work facilitator, and is now running holistic singing workshops to put her research into practice, and share her knowledge. Molly's workshops combine her love of breath work, voice work, and singing, with some easy techniques for people to take away that will boost the immune system, reduce stress levels, and support overall health and wellness.

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The Science of Breath work, Voice work, and Singing for health


Singing is a natural anti-depressant. It has been proven to reduce stress, boost the immune system, enhance memory, and stimulate the release of the love and connection hormone oxytocin.

Voice work

Vibrational sound healing has been used for thousands of years by many tribal communities using sonic frequencies to elicit altered states of consciousness, and is said to release trapped emotions or stuck energy from the body. It is now recognised in the treatment of addiction, pain, sleep, anxiety, trauma, and depression. 


Through breathing alone you can learn how to access different systems in body, reducing stress and anxiety, increasing creativity, memory and focus, improving sleep and cardiovascular health, and athletic performance.

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Oxytocin is produced when we sing and bond with each other in a group. Oxytocin has amazing health benefits, including helping wounds heal faster, and slowing down the aging process. Oxytocin also lowers blood pressure, and acts as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory for the cardiovascular system

Body work

Moving the body helps our energy (electricity) flow through us more easily as well as keeping us flexible. Yoga, Tai Chi, and Chi Gong are examples of energy exercise that connect breath, and movement for whole body health and wellbeing.


The power of the mind is incredible! Through belief alone people have been known to heal themselves from all sorts of ailments. We're just beginning to scratch the surface with what is possible, but through meditation mindfulness, and intention, we can help our bodies to heal themselves.


Holistic Breath-work and Singing Workshops

In these workshops Molly teaches simple breathing and vocal techniques to connect you to your body, calm your nervous system, boost your immune systems, and build connections. Molly will also teach some of her original arrangements to put into practice everything that is covered in the session. You don’t need to have any previous experience in music or singing. Everyone is welcome, and exercises will be simple and easy to learn. 


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