Here's to Life promotes singing as a means of achieving joy and health

SING: Sing for Life singers performed I will Follow Him at the Heres to Life annual variety charity concert at RPAC.
SING: Sing for Life singers performed I will Follow Him at the Heres to Life annual variety charity concert at RPAC.

The art and joy of singing is a key thrust of the Here's to Life program

Here's to Life manager Sue Harvey said the program was designed for men and women who wanted to sing for the sheer joy of it.

"So many of us are scared to open our mouths and sing for fear of being told we're not very good. But we should never let fear guide what our hearts want to do. Did you know that singing improves your heart and lung function; releases endorphins, thus making you happier; teaches your better balance and posture; and makes you live longer?" Ms Harvey said.

"Countless studies have proven time and again that these are just some of the benefits of singing. Imagine gaining from these benefits whilst doing something you love."

Ms Harvey said the program was unauditioned.

"Everyone is welcome. We could use a few more men for the bass line," she said.

"Gentlemen can sing their hearts out, sharpen up or just learn some singing skills and establish lasting friendships. The group also provides life enrochment and fun."

Instructor Graeme Porter teaches how to sing in a group, new harmonies and a few style moves.

The program is held from 1pm to 2.30pm on Wednesdays at the Cleveland Memorial Hall, Smith Street. Cost is $15.

Enquiries to Ms Harvey on 0407 154 993.