Join a group
“Give it a go. You don’t have to be a good singer, you just have to want to help try and improve yourself." Lynne
You don’t need any musical ability or experience to join a singing group. Some people are reluctant to give it a go because they feel they can’t sing.
But you don’t need to be an amazing singer to benefit from learning the breathing exercises, singing in a group, and meeting other people with a lung condition. And you may find that you can sing better than you think!
“Many come along feeling sceptical, not really sure how it will help. And most of them have stuck with it, and now really look forward to coming back and singing with us all.” John
How can I get involved in a BLF singing group?
You can search for a group near you or call our helpline on 03000 030 555, Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm. The groups listed are either supported by the BLF or independent.
- BLF-supported group is described as “led by a local singing leader who has taken part in our singing programme”. This means the leader has been trained to lead singing groups for people with lung conditions.
- We list some independent singing groups so as many people as possible can access this type of support. You may find joining an independent singing group or choir fun, but we can’t comment on their ability to improve your health or wellbeing.
What happens in a singing for lung health session?
Singing for lung health sessions will cover a variety of breathing exercises, songs and relaxation techniques.
How can I become a BLF singing leader?
If you’re interested in becoming a singing group leader, you should have these skills and get trained.