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Songwork:

Songs become helpful companions that live in our hearts. Wendy Luella Perkins

Coping Songs:

Loving Kindness

What Do I Choose to Give Oxygen to Today?

What Am I Rushing To?

I Will be Gentle with Myself

Good Enough

Peace Like a River

This Little Light of Mine

All I Really Need

Turn, Turn, Turn

Uplifting Songs:

Three Little Birds

Here Comes the Sun

Tomorrow

What a Wonderful World

Rainbow Connection

Lullabies:

Lullaby from Brother Sun Sister Moon

Sleep Eye

Song of the Sea

If You Listen

Wild Mountain Thyme

Window Over the Bay

Who Has Seen the Wind

Powerful Songs for Parents:

You've Got to be Carefully Taught / Children Will Listen Medley

Here Before

Playful Songs:
Little Green Fountain

Little Bird, Little Bird

April Shower

Rainbow River

Baby Beluga

Thousand Star Hotel

One and One Makes Two

 

Growing Songs:

Miss Tara

I Wonder if I'm Growing

Pleasantly Read Stories to Listen to with Baby:

Voyage to the Bunny Planet read by Maggie Gyllenhaal

The Tale of Mrs Tiggy Winkle read by Vivien Leigh

 

Soulful Singing Zoom Gatherings

Wendy Luella Perkins of Kingston, Ontario welcomes all voices to this inclusive, joyful and relaxed space. No previous singing experience is required and you can keep your own audio muted!

Sessions are held daily (including weekends) from 9:00 to 10:00am Eastern time as well as a Thursday meeting from 7:00 to 8:30pm.

Open Voice Prenatal Singing Course Online

This course is beautiful for all stages of pregnancy. Each session contains therapeutic vocalizations, breath work, meditation, lullabies, mantras and sacred songs to use during your birth for pain management and exercises that help to strengthen the pelvic floor and the rectus abdominis muscles. This powerful practice will help you to relax and stay balanced throughout your pregnancy, during your birth, postpartum period and beyond!

Check out Kendy's free Singing Meditation (Soundcloud, 10 minutes)

Sounds in Labour

Toning in Labour

 

Penny Simkin on Singing to Baby in Utero

The Language of Lullabies (BBC Radio, 25 Minutes)

Carnegie Hall Music Resources for Families and Kids

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