Singing brings joy to our community and it's used to prevent loneliness and therefore even depression. It also gives a nice rhythm to the daily routine.
Singing has many scientically proven benefits for physical and mental health. It improves your memory and it’s just generally fun and cost-effective way to arrange meaningful activites. Just connect Singa to any TV and singing can begin. Clear lyrics can be easily followed by older eyes as well. Singa is used by many care homes and pensioner communities as an weekly activity.Get Singa now
Karaoke is often a team effort where you get to know sides from your workmates that you never knew before. While being extremely fun, it strengthens communities and makes people work better together. Singa is a perfect tool for companies and co-working spaces to improve employee satisfaction.Singa Blog: Singa while you work. How singing karaoke improves employee satisfaction.
Our WeWork members had a great time and keep asking for another one! It was one of the most popular Happy Hours we had in the building and we can’t wait to host it again.
When it comes to festivals, afterparties, birthdays, corporate events, conferences, sports events, movie premiers, weddings, staff parties or gatherings of any kind, there's one thing that connects them all. There's a secret ingredient that can spice up any event and transform it into an unforgettable party.Singa Blog: Why all events without karaoke suck (and how to fix them)
If you don’t have the space or equipment at home to express yourself through song or don’t want to go to a karaoke venue, where can you sing? In the library, of course. Fully booked Singa karaoke rooms in public libraries have been a success across the Nordics and offered a chance for anyone to sing in a safe and enjoyable environment.
We want to offer people different kind of activities and tools for learning, and karaoke is definitely among them.
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