The Benefits of Music Therapy

Music therapy can help you to:

  • express thoughts and feelings that you might struggle to put into words
  • lift your spirits
  • ease anxiety, stress and tension
  • explore your creativity

You don’t need to be able to play an instrument, read music or sing in tune. Many of the instruments we use are suitable for people who have arthritis or limited movement. You don’t even have to make music to take part, as you can still benefit just by listening. We have a purpose built creative studio here at Rowcroft, and can also offer music therapy in your own home.

Visit our Wellbeing Hub and listen to some relaxing music tracks of a sound bowl and flute. One of these tracks is set to calming video clips of water flowing in a sparkling stream.

If you’d like to try music therapy for yourself, please ask a member of the Rowcroft team to arrange it for you. As with all of our services, music therapy is funded by donations, so there’s no charge to you or your family.

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