LAUGHTER YOGA started in India in 1995 when Dr Madran Kataria observed the beneficial effects of laughter and prescribed it as a therapy. From just five members initially Laughter Clubs have spread to 100s of countries worldwide and now with thousands of Laughter Clubs. Laughing aloud is allowed and provides a safe space to laugh deeply. Hearty laughter lowers stress levels and boosts the immune system through the use of yogic breathing and laughter exercises. This promotes health and well being. Regular practice will help reduce anxiety and improve your outlook on life.
Our focus is on promoting wellness through laughter. Research underpins the vital role that laughter plays in making us feel great, on improving social connectedness, and building up resilience to real life challenges. Our laughter sessions will help your body relax while stretching and the laughter exercises will energise your brain with oxygen making you feel more alert.
Laughter for wellbeing incorporates mindfulness and meditation. It is important to take a break from daily life in order to focus on yourself and get clarity. Focusing on your breath during practice is key to staying in tune with your mind and body.
Check out this great video of a Laughter Yoga session in full swing - double high fives!
Laughter session workouts online are an excellent way to stimulate your people. Laughter is a type of therapy proven to enhance relationships, bring people together, and freshen one's brain with oxygen. Also, what a great way to spend time together, different and new.
Laughter exercises create much energy, group participation and laughter. Laughter Yoga is like a therapy proven to boost morale, results in greater communication, better mental agility, happiness and positivity.
Laughter Yoga connects you with others. If you want to learn how to laugh more, but prefer to do so in private, then we can help.
Laughter is a type of therapy that will increase your friendships, boost your confidence, and enable you to experience more feel good moments.
Laughter Yoga exercises promote happiness at your Charity fun day, Fair or Open Day.
We provide tailored Laughter Yoga sessions to accommodate disabilities and age related limitations.
Unconditional hearty laughter that is not reliant on jokes, humour or comedy is a type of therapy that boosts the immune system and stimulates the production of endorphins. These happy hormones in turn generate a sense of wellbeing. The cardiovascular activity of laughter yoga exercises increase oxygenated blood to the brain and organs which helps stimulate circulation and ultimately relaxation for any age group.
Laughter Yoga for Staff, Students and Pupils at schools and universities.
Laughter Yoga is a type of therapy that stimulates the flow of oxygen to the brain to help increase concentration with a range of playful activities.