Not really.

We do use and work with humor a lot, but what we teach is particular in that it’s not about finding things that people find funny, but rather how to experience fun and celebrate the joyful best of humanity and what brings us together. As such what we do is universal because it’s about making laughing a choice rather than the response to an external stimuli.

If humor is your particular field of interest I invite you to check out http://www.humorstudies.org/ if you are in Europe and/or https://www.aath.org/ as both these organizations have done a remarkable job in their field.