Recharge · Nourish · Connect

Recharge · Nourish · Connect


Women everywhere are
waking up to the joy of singing

Singing Mamas are a wide network of choirs, bringing women together; to meet, connect and experience the freedom, energy and pure magic of harmony singing. *NEXT CHOIR TRAINING: 14th-16th Feb 2020 in Wiltshire.

Singing releases endorphins, giving your body and mind vital health and wellbeing.

LATEST NEWS! Across our network, we are making connections with NHS Primary Care prescribers. We’re providing therapeutic Singing Mamas Choirs as part of our Community Interest Company projects. Want to get involved?

Could you start a
singing group?

The Singing Mamas community is growing. We want to spread the joy of singing further and bring new, inspirational choirs to more amazing women across the UK.

To do this we’re looking for Choir Leaders. Experience is ideal but really not vital, as we teach and support you every step of the way. If you or someone you know loves connecting with others, enjoys singing and is looking for part time work, we’d love to hear from you.

Physical Benefits

Singing is an exercise that improves lung capacity making you feel fitter!


Mental Health

Singing regularly improves mood and is scientifically proven to make you happier!



When a choir of singers is formed there is a unity, a coming together of positive attitudes.

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  • "Singing Mamas Choir is an experience which isn't just in that space, it follows you home!  My daughter sings all the songs at home."

    Lucy Pople
    Lucy Pople
  • "As a young mum it can be quite isolating so it’s great to get out of the house and do something that's not necessarily for your child but that they can be involved too.  Having that little bit of ‘me time’ is really important to me."

    Megan Watkins
    Megan Watkins
  • "It gives me time with other women and the unity I experience lasts my whole week through."

    Luna Joy
    Luna Joy
  • "It was the first group I came to when I moved to the area and had no friends!  It’s amazing to have somewhere to go to when I’m tired from being up all night with the baby, I just bring my baby and do something that I love."

    Rachel Kelly
    Rachel Kelly
  • "When I come away from Singing Mamas I just feel lighter, more joyful and more connected to myself, through the music, and more connected to the other people."

    Lucy Jameson
    Lucy Jameson