In Harmony Music Therapy of Middle Tennessee

VoiceLift for Parkinson’s

Having trouble speaking up?

Recent research in the fields of Neuroscience, Speech and Language Therapy, and Parkinson’s Disease has shown that joining a singing group many help strengthen one’s speaking voice to be louder and clearer. Singing may help people diagnosed with Parkinson’s to speak better, engage in an enjoyable activity, and help with feelings of depression.

No previous musical experience required! For any adult diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. Class includes:

  • Singing
  • Breathing Techniques
  • Vocal exercises
  • Rhythmic Movement
  • Support Discussions.

Coming back in Fall of 2021, Wednesdays 1:00 PM to 2:15 PM

This is a private pay group. Cost $210.00 for 10 weeks of classes. Click on the Class Registration button. Then Choose “Redeem Coupon” type in MTEARLY for $20.00 off tuition. Then choose “Continue” to register and pay online.

Class Registration

Contact Carrie@inharmonymusicmidtn.com if you are interested in joining this group! Thank you!

However…. Join the Peterson’s for Parkinson’s Group on Zoom and In Person! Every Tuesday at 10:30 AM. In person sessions located at Franklin First United Methodist Church

For more information about Zoom and in person offerings contact

Carrie Friddell, MT-BC at carrie@inharmonymusicmidtn.com or call 615-390-3207

VoiceLift was featured in the Nashville Scene
https://www.nashvillescene.com/news/features/article/21091217/for-some-local-parkinsons-patients-songs-could-bring-more-than-just-joy