Music offers many benefits and when mentoring we are aware that music is embedded in the culture of our society.
Music can often amplify an emotion or change the way we feel. Knowing this, our Music Zone is designed to engage our young people in a way that is positive. In our studio we have the ability to record vocals in our purpose-built vocal booth, play instruments and mix songs.
We also run programmes that revolve around a young person’s passion for music so that we can build on barriers and lifestyle whilst acknowledging that music is the most positive and effective way to engage with them.
The Iprovefit music programme is there to help children and young adults express their emotions and cohesively create and share collaborative working experience with experienced music mentors and production experts. Sharing favourite songs and understanding the methods used to create sound and the audio production.
Iprovefit tailor packages helping children and young adults in overcoming barriers such as anxiety, stress, pain and discomfort, attention and memory deficit, low mood and low energy faced on a day-to-day basis.
The release of endorphins, improving the feel-good chemicals in the brain, are some of the key results music provides as therapy to the body.
The music zone at Iprovefit offers, sound and audio production, drumming, DJ and mixing, genre exploration, writing music and use of instruments such as an electric guitar and keyboard.
Young people are the future of any community and we all want to feel we have a positive place in society.
Iprovefit provide positive mentors and direction to learners and young people who may struggle with the difficulties that they may have gone through or are going through.
We aim to support mainstream academic provisions, local authorities or any alternative specialist provision with an early intervention tool, Iprovefit.
Through our work we can help prevent exclusions and keep learners or young people on a positive path to becoming happy, balanced, confident and positive members of the community as adults.
We can also get them back on track to seeing their potential if in alternative provision or struggling with access to education by being home-bound.