"Finding Your Flow"

using music to change the world

What is "Finding Your Flow"?

Throughout the 4-12 week program, we guide our young people through the process of making professional sounding music that is suited to their preferred genre or style. Collaboration is at the heart of what we do, as we see it as an essential part of the program to make sure we are catering to the specific young person's interest and style of music that they intend to make. We help writing lyrics, crafting/selecting an instrumental, recording and mixing/mastering a full song. Once a young person has banked up numerous songs, they have the option to pick their favorite to shoot a music video for. This Music Video is entirely directed by them, with the assistance of our videographer as we want to ensure that their vision brought to life .

Through our program "Finding your Flow," we strive to inspire creativity and imagination by providing our young people with the opportunity to professionally record their own music and music video's. The "Finding your Flow" Music Program aims to bring our young people joy and hope, whilst boosting their self confidence to assist them in achieving positive educational and behavioral outcomes.

  • Builds confidence

    Creating music fosters confidence through self-expression and skill development, empowering individuals to embrace their unique talents and share them with assurance.

  • Boosts reading and English language skills

    Making music enhances reading and English language skills by promoting phonological awareness through rhythm and melody, which aids in recognizing and manipulating sounds in words.

  • Boosts creativity

    Making music boosts creativity by engaging multiple brain regions simultaneously, fostering innovative thinking and expression through exploration of patterns, harmonies, and rhythms.

  • Cultivates thinking skills

    Creating music cultivates thinking skills by requiring musicians to analyze, synthesize, and innovate musical elements such as melody, harmony, rhythm, and structure.

  • Allows disengaged students to re-engage with learning

    Making music allows disengaged students to re-engage with learning by tapping into their creativity, providing a hands-on outlet for expression, and fostering a sense of accomplishment and belonging in a collaborative environment.

  • Recovery From Traumatic Experiences

    Creating music can aid in recovery from traumatic experiences by providing a cathartic outlet for expression, fostering emotional healing, and promoting a sense of empowerment and control over one's narrative.

Previous Work

Lenzinfinit X The Youth Development Foundation

This Documentary follows our most recent 12-week program/journey with the Youth Development Foundation.