Benefits of music include stress relief and improvement in quality of life
Music therapy is the subject of a series of meetings aimed at people with more than 60 years at Sesc Sorocaba during the days 6, 13 and 27 November, Fridays, at 3:30 pm, the hall 1. The participation is free, requiring only that the interested part in advance in the call center of the unit. The attraction is sequentially, though, It is imperative that the participants appear on all event days.
Music stimulates the production of substances related to pleasure, In addition to regular feelings and help in concentration. In these meetings, performed with the music therapist Suzana Brunhara, the public can find out how these activities develop the senses and promote well-being.
There are several benefits provided by this type of therapeutic action, as improvement in quality of life, stress and physical pain relief.
The meetings are part of the project "Social work with the elderly", which aims to introduce the concept of well-being in its various aspects: social, physical, emotional and spiritual, and promote reflections on how to exercise full citizenship. Follow all programming aimed at people over 60 years visiting the portal SESC Sorocaba sescsp.org.br/sorocaba or contacting by phone (15) 3332-9933.
The music therapist
Suzana Brunhara has a degree in music therapy from the Faculdade de Artes do Paraná (1997), specialization in clinical philosophy by the Institute Packter (2007) and technical training course by Baptist Conservatory Jain (1993). Learn about the work of her accessing the site www.suzanabrunhara.com.br.
|Workshop "Music Therapy"|
|With Suzana Brunhara, music therapist|
|Days 6/11, 13/11 and 27/11, Fridays, at 3:30 pm. Sequential|
|Local: Sesc Sorocaba, room 1, Rua Barão de Piratininga, 555, College Garden|
|Rating: people over 60 years|
|Value: free (Advance registration at call center)|
For enrolled at Sesc = R$ 4,00 the first hour and R$ 1,00 for additional time.
Not Enrolled = R $ 8,00 the first hour and R$ 2,00 for additional time.
(15) 3332-9933 or sescsp.org.br/sorocaba
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