What can I say: this is simple and brillant; simply said: brillant.
Iowa pastor and master Laughter Yoga Teacher Laura Gentry was recently a part of the famous national NPR show “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me.” She happens to be a fan and decided to call in one day.
This was not about her. All she did was say what she does: teach Laughter Yoga.
Listen to what follows. I’d call that guerrilla marketing at its best. Very smooth! Well done Laura.
Sydney, Australia: I walked into my first laughter yoga class expecting to see a hippie in a tie dyed shirt and leggings. I did not expect my yoga teacher to be a lawyer. And I certainly didn’t expect to be rolling around on the floor laughing with a bunch of people I’d never met before. But that’s exactly what happened.
My mother took her own life when I was 8 years young. This was very traumatic. I don’t remember laughing much as a child and later made decisions in my teenage years that were not always in my best interest. Continue reading →
By Dianne Theil McNinch (USA). In January 1997, my thoughts of suicide became frequent and by April 1997 I was officially diagnosed with Clinical Depression. Over time my condition became severe and I ended up spending over $400 on anti-depressants each month. Today I’m completely free of all medication. I sleep better than I ever have in 11 years; people tell me I look great, especially at 64! My life has undergone a remarkable change. Continue reading →