SINGALONG: Members of the Lighthouse Voices Community Choir which is based in Byron Bay.
SINGALONG: Members of the Lighthouse Voices Community Choir which is based in Byron Bay. Contributed

Singalong is good for soul

THE Lighthouse Voices Community Choir based in Byron Bay is looking for more members.

Led by acclaimed local singer Parissa Bouas from the Hottentots, the community choir caters for everyone, regardless of age, talent and experience.

Parissa said that singing together was a great way to meet people.

“Singing is also good for you,” she said.

“It is clinically proven to release endorphins that make you feel energised and uplifted, improve your immune system, give your lungs a workout, tone abdominal and intercostal muscles, is very aerobic and stimulates the pineal gland, also known as the Third Eye.”

The choir sings popular songs and world music gems, plays rhythmic and harmonic games and get lots of singing tips.

The Lighthouse Voices Community Choir meets on Wednesdays from 7pm to 8.30pm and will resume from the summer break on February 3 at Kulchajam, 1 Acacia St, Byron Arts & Industry Estate.

If you need a little vocal confidence before you join, Parissa can help you out with a private lesson.

For more details go to: www .parissabouas.com/choir.


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