Laughter Yoga on 60 Minutes Australia. Final words of the journalist: "In all my wanderings in the pursuit of happiness, I never really got happier than in the most infections atmosphere of this quite mad, but loveable, group of laughter clubbers."
The following is of interest and value to trained and able Laughter Professionals. Here is are 4 business leads found in the world news this week:
A good book you may want to include in your Laughter Yoga library In "A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future", Daniel Pink argues that business and everyday life will soon be [...]
Laughter Yoga is a joyful and healthy exercise regime using simulated laughter techniques and breathing exercises from the Yoga tradition. You don't need jokes, a sense of humor or comedy. It's very easy.
Read the testimonial of Mr Sadarangani, 78, who suffered from a brain stroke last year and was bed ridden for weeks but laughter helped him get back on his feet.
We promote Laughter Clubs that are free and public. Thousands around the world volunteer their time to make them happen, freely and unconditionally, from the heart as an act of service.
The “ha ha ha” mantra is an exercise that invites people to voice out loud something that is frustrating or painful in their life, and punctuate each sentence with “ha ha ha.”
A recent research shows that laughter has myriad health benefits, yet the medical community has not implemented it formally as a treatment.
Life is deadly, and statistics are formal: 5 out 5 people do die eventually. Living will ultimately kill you.
Dr. Kataria named "Laughter Yoga" as such was because he incorporated Pranayama, the ancient science of yogic breathing, into the laughter exercises. Laughter Yoga is therefore a form of Pranayahahama :-)