About Music for Life

I am very lucky to have grown up in a household filled with music as I think it’s so important for everyone to have music in their lives. My parents are singers and musicians, and from a young age I was surrounded by friends and family who were all musically inclined. It paved the way to my future, I have now been a professional singer for over 27 years and found the love for dancing 10 years ago.
I was very flattered when the Alzheimer’s Society approached me 8 years ago to train to become a Singing for the Brain leader, I couldn’t think of anything more fulfilling and rewarding, and so I started working with people and their carers living with dementia. This has spread over the years to other care organisations, Coverage Care, NHS, Barchester Care just to name a few. I also work in the community, learning disability and mental health support groups and sheltered housing to combat the ever increasing loneliness felt by people in this day and age.
It’s not just singing that I feel is important for our mind and body wellbeing but also dancing! I host a number of dances in different communities, whether its a pop up tea dance, an evening social or a dance to celebrate an event where people enjoy some fun dancing with support of walk-throughs, all to encourage people to get up on their feet and enjoy the music.
I hope you enjoy my all-singing-and-dancing Facebook Page.
Naomi Hart x

Contact Name: Naomi Hart

Dance Styles: 1940s Jive, Cha Cha Cha (Ballroom), Charleston, Foxtrot, Jazz Steps, Modern Tango, Quickstep, Rumba, Popular Sequence, Waltz

Roles: Event Organiser, Regular Dance Classes, Band/Soloist

Main Area: Shropshire

Website: https://www.facebook.com/HartsMusicforLife/