Here you will find a range of activities related to singing voice, meditation and feeling and speaking your power. Feel free to contact with any question about them. I love interaction.



Cambrian Community Centre, Richmond Upon Thames

Celebrate Winter Solstice with Singing, Meditation and shamanic drumming

Saturday 21 December 2019

As we reach the depth of darkness of the year, the sun stops declining with a promise of light. Yule, or Winter Solstice traditions are many an varied, and as the sun is "reborn" it's a time for introspection.
We will celebrate with seasonal songs of no specific faith, learned by memory (as in Natural Voice workshops) combined with movement, and ending the session in a meditation.
Please bring yourself a pillow if you would like to sit on the floor to meditate (otherwise you can use a chair). The Reverend Professor June Boyce-Tillman will take us into a Shamanic Drumming journey.


Venue TBA in Richmond Upon Thames


Saturday 8 February 2020

After 25 years of teaching communities and individuals I got really interested in human behaviour, and not just during music practice. It is for the reason that I have trained in power dinamics, verbal self defence  and I am now delivering this course in dealing with verbal attack and abuse, mostly for women. This specific course is aimed to women.

The course provides a collection of very practical tools that can be used when someone is feeling threatened, challenged or despised. We will learn techniques on how to defend ourselfs verbally from bullying and aggressive communicators.

And it will be fun!

Cost: £35. Stay tuned for more information to come soon.



19:30 - 21:30

The Cambrian Community Centre, Richmond Upon Thames

Samhain special evening (Singing and Shamanic drumming)

Thursday 31st October 2019

Maria Soriano and the Rev. Prof. June Boyce-Tillman  

The "dark half of the year" starts after the harvest is completed and we will hear stories from the Celtic traditions and the middle ages, sing songs written for this day and participate in a shamanic drumming journey.

Cost: £15 at the door. Reserve your place by contacting me.

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Why singing is good for you (Talk & demonstration)

Thursday 5th September 2019, 19.30-20.30

Did you know that group singing can increase your stamina, improve your posture and strengthen your immune system? Medical research shows that singing is also a natural anti-depressant and can help you boost your confidence. These features and many more interesting stories about singing will be presented by Maria Soriano, director of Singing4Health CIC and Mindful Singing leader, in a hands-on presentation about the many benefits of singing together, where you will also have the opportunity to join in song.
Where: Kingston Upon Thames Library, Fairfield Road, KT1 2PS
This is a free event.