HA HA HO HO!!!
Very Good, Very Good, YAY!!!
Laughter is a Universal Language!
"When you laugh, you change and when you change the whole world changes around you"...Dr. Madan Kataria
I am a certified Laughter Yoga Leader and I LOVE to laugh. Laughing makes me feel good and I love the after glow and the lightness laughter brings to my body. I love laughing with others. There is no better way to break the ice and get to know someone then through laughter! Laughter is medicine. Laughter can heal your body, mind, emotions and spirit. Laughter is good for your brain and releases “feel good” endorphins. Laughter conditions your core (touch your belly as you laugh – WOW!) and lungs, enhances your breathing, and transforms the present moment.
Laughter Yoga is a uniqe exercise which combines unconditional laughter with yogic deep breathing. Developed in 1995 by Dr. Kataria in Mumbai, India, the practice is designed to reduce stress, boost mood and improve health. Kataria calls it “unconditional laughter” — laughing for no reason. Dr. Kataria was fascinated with the healing aspects of laughter, and started the first Laughter Yoga club. 1000s of people around the world are now laughing using this wonderful exercise, sharing the vision of Dr. Kataria of world peace through laughter!
What is Laughter Yoga?
***Laughter Yoga is a unique concept where anyone
can laugh for no reason, without relying on humor,
jokes or comedy.
***We initiate laughter as an exercise in a group, but
with eye contact and childlike playfulness, it soon
turns into real and contagious laughter.
***The reason we call it Laughter Yoga is because it
combines laughter exercises with yoga breathing.
This brings more oxygen to the body and the brain
which makes one feel more energetic and healthy.
***The concept of Laughter Yoga is based on a scientific
fact that the body cannot differentiate between fake
and real laughter if done with willingness. One gets
the same physiological and psychological benefits.
Contact me to schedule a Laughter Yoga workshop or seminars.