at Coffs Harbour Women's Health Centre
Monday, 5 February 2018 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM + Add to calendar05/02/2018 12:0005/02/2018 13:00Australia/SydneyUkulele for Beginners , Music for Joy!- 6 weeksUkulele for Beginners , Music for Joy!- 6 weeks Monday, 5 February 2018 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Becky Vaschak 0266528111 firstname.lastname@example.org Address Coffs Harbour Women's Health Centre 45/53 Little Street Coffs Harbour Coffs Harbour 2450 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/62220/ukulele_for_beginners__music_for_joy_6_weeks.aspxCoffs Harbour Women's Health Centre
45/53 Little Street
Coffs Harbour Coffs Harbour 2450
1 Adult Concession
|** Includes Sticky Tickets booking fee.|
Music has been a healing force for centuries. Anyone who has played in a band or sung in a choir knows the feeling of connection and joy that comes with participating in music. And music also has many positive effects on our health and wellbeing; it can reduce stress and anxiety,
decrease pain, may improve immune functioning, may aid memory, helps us to exercise – and it’s a total brain workout.
The ukulele is the easiest of all instruments to learn. You only need a few chords and you can literally play hundreds of songs. It’s like having your own portable karaoke machine!
In this six week course you will learn the basic ukulele chords,
simple strumming patterns and some very cool songs. *Price
includes a take-home songbook and a ukulele you can borrow each week.
WARNING: May lead to intense feelings of happiness and joy!
“Instant happiness. Hooked in five minutes! Thank you Steph. You make the world a happier place.” – Leigh, Coffs Harbour
“Had a wonderful time at Stephanie's ukulele workshop. We went from complete novices to beginners who could play 3 songs. It was all done with fun and humour, and somewhat tender fingertips. Loved it!” – Meryn, Sawtell
When: 5th Feb- 12th March 2018 (6 weeks)
Where: CH Women's Health Centre
Cost: $60 p/p or $45 if HCC holder (includes all materials)
Facilitator: Stephanie Ney