The Laughter Wellness method is a new wellness modality that intentionally puts the energy of laughter into motion to create and sustain positive energies for the body, mind and spirit.
This blog explains how to list your laughter clubs and events on google maps.
This is an exercise you can use both at the beginning and the end of your laughter sessions. Ask your participant to answer the questions in pairs one with another, or if you feel one or more are willing to volunteer then one at a time with the whole group. How I feel: Annoyed [...]
One of the many wonderful learnings of the 2015 All America Laughter conference (all available here) was shared by Terri Reasoner and Mary Ann Finn and is called the laughter buddy pledge. Terri and Mary Ann came up with this idea after participating in the 2014 All America Laughter conference. Both wanted to keep the laughter [...]
In 2006, the pastor of a Kansas City church told people in his congregation he wanted them to test their limits. “The one thing we can agree on,” said Rev. Will Bowen, “is there's too much complaining.” And so he asked the group to give up complaining, criticizing, gossiping or using sarcasm for 21 days. [...]
Singing is powerful, because singing forces you to breathe, and breathing is what sustains you life. Below is a list of classic happy songs, their lyrics, guitar chords and video so that you can sing along: Classic Happy songs Bare Necessities ─ The Jungle Book (Disney) Chim chim cher-ee - From "Mary Poppins" by [...]
Dr Kataria inspired in 2007 the world Laughter Yoga community to play with the expression “very good, very good, yay!” and it has proved extremely popular. Here is how it works: Clap your hands twice in front of you as you repeat each time: very good! Put both thumbs up, make eye contact with as [...]
The following ideas will only make sense to you if you understand that laughter can be simulated and the outcome of a choice rather than a response to an external stimuli. The impact of that awareness is significant, because it means that how you feel or what you think at any given point in time do not [...]
Laughter leads to playfulness, and playfulness equally leads you back to laughter. An easy way to laugh spontaneously more is to play more, because laughter is a natural outcome of playful behaviors. Give yourself permission to play every day! Here is list of 40 ideas to experience childlike playfulness - the preciousness of fantasy and imagination [...]