De-stress with this Invigorating Laughter and Happiness Workshop
0 Are you feeling stressed, tired and overwhelmed?
0 When was the last time you “really” laughed?
0 Are you in need of a serious energy boost?
0 Want to feel motivated and positive when tackling life’s challenges?
Join SHAREEN RICHTER, South Africa’s
No. 1 Laughter Coach and Laughter Professor
to learn instant and simple tools and techniques
to inspire and rejeuvenate you!
These easy tools will:
0 Help you to easily de-stress
0 Give you hey breathing and movement exercises
0 Laugh for no reason at all to release your feel good chemicals
0 Feel revitalised and fresh
0 llecharge your “self”
0 Stop negative thinking and emotions
Take these techniques home with you and shift yourself to help you
cope and live life to the fullest!
DATE: Sunday 2 June
TIME: 3.3opm – 5.3opm
PLACE: ISHTA School of Yoga & Health
COST: Be inspired for just R250pp
TO BOOK: To book your place, call Gina on 082 802 9749,
or email email@example.com
- Health Benefits of Laughter(worldtruth.tv) Health benefits of laughter include reduction of stress hormones and blood pressure, as well as increased blood flow and oxygenation. Laughing provides a natural workout to a number of muscle groups, can defend against illness, and even increase the response of beneficial tumor and disease-killing cells throughout the body.
- EDUCATION: Laughter Yoga in Schools(vancouverdesi.com) AMRITA SAHOTA VANCOUVER DESI They squirm around the room and laugh until their guts can’t take it any longer. A trendy girl with a boy cut and a nose ring stands in the middle of the room. And yells, Okay boys and girls! Laugh out loud, like this – Ho! HO! Ha-Ha-HA! Ho! HO! Ha-Ha-HA! Ho! HO! Ha-Ha-HA! Not only does she use her voice.
- Contagious Laughing Video(laurellagoni.wordpress.com) Happy Friday Readers! Today I’m sharing a short film (6 min 30 sec without credits) by Christine Rabette called Merci! It reveals how contagious and wonderful the gift of laughter can be! Watch it on your lunch break or when you get a few minutes to yourself. When I did, I laughed out loud right along with the people in the videa and reminded…
- Want to keep stress at bay? Join a laughter club (May 5 is World Laughter Day)(vancouverdesi.com) New Delhi, May 5 (IANS) As dawn breaks, a group of men and women standing in a circle in a neighbouring park twirl their arms in the air, waddle like penguins and start laughing. They are part of an increasing number of people who are choosing laughter therapy to cure distress. According to doctors, laughter therapy entered India around 1995 and…
- Laughter(myeverydaypsychology.com) Laughter is good for you and good for others as long as they laugh with you. Laughing at someone as long as they are in on the joke and/ or they did something deliberately to evoke it is fine. Laughter has been known to be used by cancer patients to relieve the stress of cancer treatments. Frequently videos of comedians are watched to elicit…
- Laughter perception networks in brain different for mocking, joyful or ticklish laughter (medicalxpress.com) A laugh may signal mockery, humor, joy or simply be a response to tickling, but each kind of laughter conveys a wealth of auditory and social information. These different kinds of laughter also spark different connections within the “laughter perception network” in the human brain depending on their context, according to research published May 8…
- Laughter is the Best Medicine(espikipbojonegoro3e.wordpress.com) Humor is infectious. The sound of roaring laughter is far more contagious than any cough, sniffle, or sneeze. When laughter is shared, it binds people together and increases happiness and intimacy. Laughter also triggers healthy physical changes in the body. Humor and laughter strengthen your immune…
- Laughter Yoga(naplesnews.com) Laughter has both been scientifically proven to be preventive and therapeutic. Developed by Dr. Kataria, laughter yoga combines Unconditional Laughter with Yogic Breathing (Pranayama) and is based on a scientific fact that the body cannot differentiate between fake and real laughter. Class is every Thursday 5:30 pm-6:30 pm through the end of June.