BOOKING NOW: Workplace Harmony – wellbeing for staff

Thursday, October 28, 2021
12:30 pm-1:30 pm

Very joyful ! It came on a day we all needed it’ – Clock Tower Sanctuary, Brighton
Does your team need some TLC? Our creative coffee-break session helps people feel happier, connected, & engaged – no experience necessary!

Neuroscience research shows that making music reduces stress and combats overwhelm.

Our experienced facilitators at Open Strings Music come to your organisation – either online or safely-distanced. This is a coffee break session:

  • comprising 25-minutes of sound and movement
  • for teams of up to 30 people to improve wellbeing and communication

enabling colleagues to be happier and more engaged.

‘In our fast-paced charity, we get little opportunity to focus on our own ways to wellbeing. We were led through a range of brilliant activities where we used instruments, our voices, and our bodies to make beautiful music together. We all learned something new and re-connected with each other. The experience was relaxing, exciting, moving and a good giggle, all at the same time’ – Sally Polanski, Amaze Sussex

BOOKING: click here

We specialise in facilitating groups of people to create music together. This team-building music-making experience has many benefits for employees and companies as a whole, enabling individuals to:

• Build their confidence and ‘find their voice’ as part of a team

• Improve communication, cooperation, coordination – and encourage a creative approach to solving problems

• Combat stress and build relaxation to promote good health and wellbeing

• Discover their strengths through using many different motor and cognitive aspects involved in music making

• Have fun, relax and enjoy themselves

What We Offer:

• An exciting, inclusive, and engaging coffee break session, for between 10 & 30 people

• Highly-trained musical facilitators, experienced in bringing together people of all abilities

• High-quality resources for participants to explore/experience – no musical experience is necessary

• Fun, friendly, interactive creative activities

Very positive feedback! Enjoyed the range of instruments and how you got everybody involved.’ – Sarah Moore

‘Getting together again in a harmonious group is important after this time apart.’ – Nick M

Other staff wellbeing sessions and dates available – please contact us to discuss