Practices such as Laughter Yoga and the Laughter Wellness method help you feel at peace and good about yourself in the present moment, for no particular reason. They give you the ability to laugh at things that previously would have caused stress or anger, along with the ability to experience a new sense of forgiveness.
This article details how people around the world are spreading its message of joy, health and world peace through laughter in a variety of projects that include Laughter Clubs, World Laughter Day, Universities of Joy, and more.
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 [...]
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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." [...]
Here is a video that tells the story of Jacqueline Domhoff who chose to see her cancer as an opportunity to heal her mind, and Laughter Yoga as a tool to help her do that.
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.