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Laughter is for ALL Ages!

LAUGHTER

YOGA FUN

Check out our Calendar to find Laughter Yoga sessions, VIA Zoom, at Different Days and Times to Fit Your Schedule.

Laugh for Our Health!

Laughter is the Best Medicine! What does that really mean? Documented research (link to research page)has shown huge benefits for our bodies when we laugh 15-20 minutes at a time. It lowers our blood pressure, cholesterol, increases oxygen, aides in immune systems, changes attitudes, eases pain and send lots of good endorphins throughout our bodies…and much more. And laughter is FREE!

Laugh for Yo! Laugh for the Fun of It!

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Laughter Yoga USA's

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Bringing LAUGHTER Into the CLASSROOM

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"Laugh a Minute"

Podcasts

Join Mik Moi, Certified Laughter Yoga Leader as he explores Laughter yoga practices with fellow leaders, teachers and students to expose the benefits and hilarity of what is clearly the most fun yoga practice in the world. 

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Why Laugh? Laugh for Our Health!

Laughter is the Best Medicine! What does that really mean? In today’s world, many find themselves in stressful and demanding daily situations that hinder a well-balanced lifestyle. Is this you? Laughter Yoga can bring joy to your life, and your workplace, with a fun and interactive form of exercise that can ease that stress. Documented research (link to research page)has shown huge benefits for our bodies when we laugh 15-20 minutes at a time. It lowers our blood pressure, cholesterol, increases oxygen, aides in immune systems, changes attitudes, eases pain and send lots of good endorphins throughout our bodies…and much more. As we grow older we not only laugh less but our questioning and creativity declines! Let’s start by laughing more…and its’ FREE!

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Laughter Yoga Begins!

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Laughter Yoga was created in India in 1995 by medical doctor Dr. Madan Kataria as he was researching an article, “Laughter-The Best Medicine.” The laughter that began with five people in a park has now spread to over 100 countries with thousands of Laughter Clubs. It is practiced by first responders such as police and fire personnel, in hospitals and by organizations, businesses and individuals throughout the World and by all ages. Laughter Yoga is a combination of deep breathing exercises and playful activities full of guided giggling and  that is a well-being workout that can greatly boost your energy and enhance your vitality. Just as smiling can do more for your facial muscles than frowning, imagine what a hearty belly laugh can do! Laugh out loud and live life to the fullest!

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