Here is the 60 pages thesis that Vasiliki Skrekou from Greece wrote for her Masters degree at the Center for Applied Psychology (John Moores University, Liverpool, UK) on the Effect of Laughter Yoga Practice on the lives of Laughter Yoga Professionals. Laughter Yoga is powerful stuff indeed. Did you doubt? Click here to download this […]
Note to Laughter Yoga Professionals: follow the news! They are filled with leads and inspiration.
Laughter may be good medicine for elderly dementia patients — and best of all, it doesn’t have side effects.
A World Health Organisation report has proclaimed the French as the most likely to suffer a depressive episode in their lifetime. This is probably why Laughter Clubs are flourishing across France.
The 2010 All America Laughter Yoga Conference took place in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in August 2010. Here are several of its videos.
I had been talking about it for a long time, and this is now a done thing. The photo albums of the past 4 Australasian Laughter Yoga conferences where I was invited to speak are online. Check it out.
I had been talking about it for a long time, and this is now a done thing.
The photo albums of the past 6 All America Laughter Yoga conferences are online. Check it out.
Pictures talk louder than words. Here is a slideshow of the 2011 All America Laughter Yoga Conference that took place on 09/22-25 in San Diego, California, at the beautiful Town & Country Resort & Convention Center. A group of heart-centered people got together from all 4 corners of North America and as far as Ethiopia and Australia. The energy that this created alone gave participants already more than they were expecting. Then there was the program and close to 40 presenters who shared their knowledge and passion. This was our best conference to date.
Laughing with friends for around 15 minutes boosts a person’s pain threshold by an average of 10%, an international study has found.
Are you really, truly capable of laughing at yourself? If so, it’s a good sign that you have an optimistic personality and a good sense of humor, a new study suggests.