The Power of Music
Music is powerful in many ways. It helps to activate our social safety system, stimulate our whole brain all at once, and acts as a social glue to help us connect with others and our environment. Harmony uses music sessions to increase levels of happiness, joy and social community for its clients and the musicians that volunteer to share their music.
Harmony's Music Program
Harmony's music program was started in 2009 when founder, Tressie Seegers founded the program. As a musician, Tressie knows firsthand the positive effects music can have on our overall sense of wellbeing or "mind health." Tressie and volunteer musicians love to engage Harmony clients with classic sing-a-long songs, original music and song games. The positive effects can be long-lasting and uplifting for both the musicians and clients.
If you are a musician and would like to volunteer and share your music with Harmony clients, fill out the contact form below and we will get back with you. Our volunteer musicians often comment on how happy and fulfilled it makes them feel to play for such a wonderful group that shows their appreciation with unbridled joy.
- Musicians can sign up to volunteer weekly, monthly, quarterly or yearly
- Harmony music sessions are scheduled mostly on Thursdays & Fridays from 12-1pm
- Harmony has microphones and a sound system available
Volunteer musician Robert Mendoza and Harmony client
Volunteer musician Aubrey Hays with Harmony clients
Volunteer musician, Jonny Dub with Harmony clients