Make a song out of it

To sing life, means- to get to the essentials.

You can make a song out of every moment of your life.

With MASOOI you can improve your sleep, self management, concentration and resistance.

The method is easy to learn and effective. It`s cheap and you can use it in the dark, actual or virtual antarctis, in the heat of an argument or pain, in the bottomless solitude of cities, jobs and pressure or just for the fun of it.


  • Relaxes fear
  • strengthens after psychic or physical exhaustion
  • frees up creative thinking and loosens blockades
  • grounds people if they are lonely helpless or tooanalytical
  • gives more concentration and courage
  • makes you more convincing when giving orders or suggestions
  • can prevent thinking in circles and heavy heartedness
  • you can stop smoking more easily while singing

Singing your heart out, for 5 bars, with no goal, singing just in a sigh, a grunt, singing your own song is a method to heal, to prevent problems, to get in contact with life, with yourself and your goals. It` s effective, pragmatic and cheap. It` s fun strengthening and makes life more enjoyable.

You can make a song out of every moment of your life. Out of any situation, regarding any subject.

You sing what` s there in the here and now: “You are are- without any structure” (or: a coward, gorgeous, intimidating…), “I can` t bear- my husband” (head of the department, my job, my children…) “How can I manage this?”  Through singing the reality becomes changeable, playable. Reality get s a flavour which can make the here and now acceptable. Music functions beyond that of our normal values and  thought structures. The things and you yourself, are allowed to be as they are. First step. Then-  solutions appear.

You sing it and then you watch what happens

Suffering, the big black hole and aggression get in rhythm a sparkle, a taste and a bearability which is felt and sensed physically. MASOOI is without morals and open to any results.

As in  sunshine follows rain, singing about your situation encourages strength, support and humor follow the feeling of being down, or seeing no way out of a dilemma or problem.

People have always sung. Songs for work, songs for partying, for mourning, about fear and living. Children sing because they want to. Why not you?

There are 70 coachingsongs to listen to and to sing with. You or your clients can also use the 70 instrumentals to sing your own songs on any subject. Musical and thematical dived tabs, are prepared for your use.

Singing brings joy to many people – but did you know that your passion for singing can lead to incredible benefits in your physical, emotional, and social health? Here are 11 reasons why singing is good for you.

Physical Benefits of Singing

Singing strengthens the immune system

According to research conducted at the University of Frankfurt, singing boosts the immune system. The study included testing profesional choir members’ blood before and after an hour-long rehearsal singing Mozart’s “Requiem”. The researchers noticed that in most cases, the amount of proteins in the immune system that function as antibodies, known as Immunoglobulin A, were significantly higher immediately after the rehearsal. The same increases were not observed after the choir members passively listened to music.

Singing is a workout

For the elderly, disabled, and injured, singing can be an excellent form of exercise. Even if you’re healthy, your lungs will get a workout as you employ proper singing techniques and vocal projections. Other related health benefits of singing include a stronger diaphragm and stimulated overall circulation. Since you pull in a greater amount of oxygen while singing than when doing many other types of exercise, some even believe that singing can increase your aerobic capacity and stamina.

Singing improves your posture

Standing up straight is part of correct technique as you’re singing, so with time, good posture will become a habit! As your chest cavity expands and your shoulders and back align, you’re improving your posture overall.

Singing helps with sleep

According to a health article in Daily Mail Online, experts believe singing can help strengthen throat and palate muscles, which helps stop snoring and sleep apnea. If you’re familiar with these ailments, you know how difficult it can be to get a good night’s sleep!

Psychological & Emotional Benefits of Singing

Singing is a natural anti-depressant

Singing is known to release endorphins, the feel-good brain chemical that makes you feel uplifted and happy. In addition, scientists have identified a tiny organ in the ear called the sacculus, which responds to the frequencies created by singing. The response creates an immediate sense of pleasure, regardless of what the singing sounds like. Not only that, but singing can simply take your mind off the day’s troubles to boost your mood.

Singing lowers stress levels

Making music in any form is relaxing. Singing releases stored muscle tension and decreases the levels of a stress hormone called cortisol in your blood stream.

Singing improves mental alertness

Improved blood circulation and an oxygenated blood stream allow more oxygen to reach the brain. This improves mental alertness, concentration, and memory. The Alzheimer’s Society has even established a “Singing for the Brain” service to help people with dementia and Alzheimer’s maintain their memories.

Social Benefits of Singing

Singing can widen your circle of friends

Whether you’re in a choir or simply enjoy singing karaoke with your friends, one of the unexpected health benefits of singing is that it can improve your social life. The bonds you form singing with others can be profound, since there’s a level of intimacy naturally involved.

Singing boosts your confidence

Stage fright is a common feeling for new singers. However, performing well and receiving praise from your friends and family may be the key to eventually overcoming your fears and boosting your self-confidence. With time, you may even find it easier to present any type of material in front of a group with poise and good presentation skills.

Singing broadens communication skills

According to an article in The Guardian, singing to babies helps prepare their brains for language. Music is just as important as teaching reading and writing at a young age to prevent language problems later in life. If you enjoy writing your own lyrics, honing this talent can improve your ability to communicate in different ways!

Singing increases your ability to appreciate other singers

Sometimes, you don’t realize how difficult something is until you try it yourself. As you grow from an amateur to an intermediate student and beyond, you’ll be looking to the masters for inspiration. You might even find a new style of music to appreciate that you wouldn’t normally listen to!

The delights of singing go beyond merely enjoying the beauty of your own vocal talent. All of these health benefits of singing may make you want to join a choir or start taking voice lessons right away! If so, don’t hesitate to get started – have fun with it, and do you what you enjoy!