Home>Ways To More Laughter>(Where To) Laugh With Others For Free Daily, Weekly, Monthly In Laughter Clubs

(Where To) Laugh With Others For Free Daily, Weekly, Monthly In Laughter Clubs

Kindly appreciate that ALL the resources mentioned on this page
(in particular the phone laughter clubs) are free and offered by volunteers
out of their own goodwill. The advertised dates and times are indications
only. There is usually someone there, but there is no guarantee it will be the case
when you call / show up.

Community laughter clubs are loosely defined as fully independent and self-managed local gatherings of people who just want to laugh as a form of exercise, and choose to feel good about themselves and the world they live in with other like-minded individuals.

How To Find A Laughter Club Near You
Online Laughter Clubs
Telephone Laughter Clubs
Universal Laughter Room: Laugh Online, Live, 24/7

Do you need help getting started? We offer flexible 1 and 2 days, cost-effective trainings to help people start their own Community Laughter Club. 6 participants minimum.

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About the Author:

Sebastien Gendry is an American expert on laughter and how to unlock its many benefits to promote wellness and wellbeing in everyday life, at home and at work. A work-related burnout and ensuing journey towards recovery led him to discover and fall in love with the world of therapeutic laughter in the early 2000s. He has since traveled close to one million miles over the past decade offering a variety of laughter and empowerment programs to 1,000s of people on four continents, and continues to do so. [Read more.]


  1. Rachel Zarate May 28, 2015 at 7:40 pm - Reply

    Is laughter club always connected with yoga? Because I am not a Buddhist, I don’t seem to be happy with laughter club connected yoga. How about other names?

    • Sebastien Gendry May 29, 2015 at 9:39 am - Reply

      I believe that what you are really asking is if Laughter Clubs push for a particular ideology. Yes, people there tend to believe and advocate the following: We’re all one (what hurts you hurts me). Love is all there is. Laughter connects us all and transcends everything. This being said they have no agenda. Come if you want to feel better. Don’t otherwise. You rule. These are not a places to exchange opinions or beliefs, but places to be the cause of our own health and happiness.

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