Laughter yoga? It’s not such a stretch
[…] Watching Lisa Pettersen light up the room tonight one might never guess she’s an arthritic woman who lives with chronic pain. Her laugh cascades in a way that’s infectious. It echoes across the room as she leads the others in a series of exercises and pretend situations. For a good, solid 40 minutes or so, there’s miming and squirming, slapstick moves and silly dancing. Walk in on this bunch and you may think you’ve reached the intersection of Saturday-Morning-Cartoon Avenue and Three-Stooges-Marathon Street. But after a while you realize there’s more to this night than pointless chortling. There are deep, therapeutic breaths and a contagious sense of buoyancy.
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