Find the power
in your voice

Improve your health with singing

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Our mission is to empower millions to take better control of their health and improve their quality of life through singing.

About Biiah

“Bia” in Greek mythology is the goddess of power, force, and strength.

We believe in the untapped power of the human voice and how it can be used as a force for good. Our products and programmes build personal strength and resilient communities by encouraging the exploration of our own unique voices… not to sound good, not to be famous, but to feel good in a way that’s fun, accessible, and rewarding.

United, Biiah is a force to be reckoned with.

We believe in the power of the human voice

Biiah is a platform designed to help people establish a daily singing routine to improve their health, through virtual and in person workshops as well as a companion app.
SingForce program


We help large corporations and organizations support their employees health through group ‘singing for health’ sessions throughout the work day. Members feel the benefits of singing with just one class while we help them build up a routine overtime. Find out more about how these sessions can improve the health, cohesion and productivity of your community or workplace.

Singing for Health

You Can Sing!

You Can Sing!

A common thing we hear when we talk to people about Tchzant is “Oh, I can’t sing”, but what does this actually mean?

Singing and Mental Health

Singing and Mental Health

Singing feels great, but did you know that it has also been found to reduce stress and improve mood?

Singing and Work Recovery

Singing and Work Recovery

After a year of working from home, it is harder than ever to disconnect from work. Read more on how singing can help.

Singing for Wellbeing

Singing for Wellbeing | The Staggering Evidence Behind It (2022)

Your ultimate round-up of the most exciting studies/headlines around singing for wellness and its effects on our mental, lung, and brain health.

Singing and the Brain

Singing and the brain

The positive impact that singing can have on neurological disorders and memory function.

Singing and Social Cohesion

Singing and Social Cohesion

Find out how singing can build and maintain social connections.

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