Singercise – Parkinson’s Therapeutic Singing program


We are making a joyful noise over at Singercise because our community grant from the Parkinson’s Foundation has been renewed for the 2021-2022 year!!! Check out our In-Person and virtual programs!

Bloomsburg Music Therapy has partnered with the Lewisburg YMCA at the Miller Center to offer a new program for people with Parkinson’s disease to work out all those little muscles involved in singing and speaking while providing a source of social support in a fun and engaging setting. The program, offered completely free of charge to all participants thanks to a community grant from the Parkinson’s Foundation, is held in-person on Mondays at 2pm at the Miller Center in Lewisburg, and virtually over Zoom on Wednesdays at 1pm.

Interested parties may register by calling 570-316-1899 or e-mailing

What People Are Saying About Singercise:

  • “A friend recently commented on how much better I was speaking and sounding.”
  • The biggest improvement is with the volume and projection of my voice.”
  • “My husband and I find the program to be enjoyable, and both of us have seen some positive results.”
  • “I enjoyed the camaraderie of the group, especially Alysha. She is dynamic and makes a good leader.”

For more information on the benefits of singing for individuals with Parkinson’s, check out my previous blog post here.

2 thoughts on “Singercise – Parkinson’s Therapeutic Singing program”

  1. This is fabulous, Alysha!

    ❣️🙏🏼Congratulations on beginning this BEautiful new journey 🙏🏼❣️ I am excited and happy for you and your participants, as I know how much you have helped my own ongoing healing journey with our music therapy sessions. Blessings to you and your participants, as they get to partake in the healing Love and Light you bring forth through music!


    Rainier Daze

    Sent from my iPhone



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