Bachelor in Creative Arts, with a Music Major; Masters in Music Therapy
‘Singing for Wellbeing Sessions’ are available for all people of all ages. Sessions are conducted by, Singing Teacher/ Vocal Coach and Registered Music Therapist, Rebecca Reyna (Registration Number: 748). Rebecca has a Bachelor in Music Vocal Performance Degree, and a Masters in Music Therapy Degree.
‘Singing for Wellbeing Sessions’ are similar to a singing lesson, but they also emphasize and focus on the therapeutic aspects and benefits of singing. Some of these include, the “body-self” connection awareness which singing encourages, the calming and centering feelings produced through the deep breathing required for singing, the empowering nature of singing, emotional release singing allows for, and validation through singing of songs whose lyrics resonate with the singers’ experience and feelings (Austin, 2010).
Contact Rebecca: 0417756464
Music Therapy Sessions are also available for children and adolescents from the Charles Darwin University, at the Center for Youth and Community Music. Contact Rebecca (Registered Music Therapist) on 0417756464 for more information/ bookings, or see the Music Therapy NT webpage: https://www.facebook.com/music.therapy.nt
Piano lessons are also available from Rebecca Reyna, who has a Bachelor and a Masters Degree in Music. Piano lessons consist of learning to play scales, chords and songs, as well as learning piano theory. Singing lessons consist of the training of vocal technique, and the application of vocal technique into the student’s selected songs to sing, as well as the training in the performance of these songs if the student would like. Lessons cost $35 for 30 minutes and $65 for an hour.
These details were last updated on November 9, 2015