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Re-Humanizing through Singing
In this group, we will use the power of the voice for healing, developing confidence, managing anxiety, and connecting with others. No music or singing experience is required - we will simply speak, whisper, breathe, shout, sing, and have fun together. You will leave feeling connected, energized, and empowered with exercises you can use to help you through your day. Open and accessible to all varieties of physical, intellectual, and emotional abilities. This class is free and donation-based; all donations will support ongoing programs at the Ahimsa House. Teacher: Noelle Picara is a musician, dancer, writer, and creator of Re-Humanizing, an expressive arts practice designed to heal past trauma. With 15 years of international experience as a teacher and performer, Noelle specializes in developing confidence, creativity, and connection through the voice. As a singer/songwriter, she has explored ways to work with PTSD through art and metaphor.

Ahimsa House

5007 Cedar Ave · Philadelphia, PA

What we're about

We have a vision for a spiritual community…

Comprised of individuals who are:

- friendly/accepting/open-minded

- emotionally mature/self-aware/empathic

- curious/adventurous/playful

- introspective & desiring self-growth/expansion.

And whose purpose is to:

- encourage and stimulate each other to grow emotionally, spiritually, and intellectually

- experience new and exciting things

- commune with new people and old friends alike

- find outlets for creative, intuitive, and physical expression.


This IS about cultivating universal connection – a feeling of unconditional love – with the world and the people in it, indulging a mutual curiosity and playfulness, and aiding in each other's growth and healing.

If ANY of this resonates with you,

We welcome you to the Spiritual Philadelphia community.



What interests would you like to share with the group? Please respond by taking this private SURVEY (click here) ( or reply to the group in this public FORUM (click here) (

Here's an example list to get things started:

laughing, stimulating conversation, coffee and tea, enjoying good food, being in nature or near bodies of water, walking/hiking, reading/writing, meditation, energy healing, dream interpretation, outdoor sports, live music, art exhibits, dance, foreign language, travel, learning about any number of things in a group.

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