Laughter Wellness

After Laughter, Wellness

Laughter Wellness is a mindful practice designed to create and sustain positive energy

Laughter Wellness is a safe, hands-on, and fun – rather than tedious – way to enhance one’s well-being and quality of life. It is filled with laughter but is all about wellness. It was created in the USA and provides hundreds of documented, reliable, and joy-filled techniques and exercises you can implement immediately.

What is unique about it is that it’s a complete, easy-to-use, systemized, and professional delivery system for the science of laughter. It requires no special equipment, environment, or clothing, is relevant throughout people’s lifespan,  and can be used alone or combined with other modalities.

How It Works
Top 10 Characteristics
  • Anchored in science

  • Safe

  • Easy-to-use

  • Fast-acting

  • Measurable results

  • Sustainable

  • Reliable

  • Versatile

  • Relevant throughout people’s lifespan

  • Fun!

How It Works
In a nutshell: It is possible to systematically train your mind to identify and cultivate positive mental states while eliminating the negative ones. That is what Laughter Wellness aims to do.
In a nutshell: It is possible to systematically train your mind to identify and cultivate positive mental states while eliminating the negative ones. That is what Laughter Wellness aims to do.
Guiding Principles

Guiding Principles

The following five axioms are the foundation of Laughter Wellness:

Laughter Wellness aims to inspire, empower, and overall make people think. Its purpose is not to fix anything or anybody. Its fundamental belief is that change is impossible because there is nothing to change. All you can do is choose a different way of being in the face of whatever is.
Laughter Wellness postulates that the benefits of laughter are not primarily tied to the physical act of laughing itself but to a mix of variables. It is not what you do that’s most important, but why you are doing it. Don’t fake or force your laughter, for this may make you feel worse if you’re being phony or inauthentic. Instead, choose to laugh as a symbolic expression of the best of who you are or could be at any given moment, using whatever energies are available to you.
Learning to narrow down your life to the present moment is critical. When you become deeply aware of the present moment, you have peace. Laughter Wellness promotes the trifecta of happiness: a sense of fullness, feeling anchored in the present, and a sense of freedom.
Laughter Wellness operates under the understanding that no part of the body/mind/spirit complex, and no part of the brain, works alone. It promotes neuroplasticity and growth experiences using various joy-filled tools, techniques, and exercises.
The energy of play manifests itself in three distinct phases going from less to more that facilitators must respect. Ignore this, and everything you do will be judged rather than experienced, significantly impacting how much people can benefit from it.

Code of Ethics

Here is the Laughter Wellness code of ethics and best practices:

  • Be transparent and honest. Respect others and credit them for their achievements and ideas. Shine your light in your way.
  • Keep your behavior, manners, language, attitudes –everything about you– consistent in everything you do. How you act in private and how you act in business should be the same.
  • Be accountable, honest, and forthright in everything.
  • Willingly and freely help others without expectations of getting something in return.
  • Have the courage to acknowledge your emotions and communicate honestly with others.

Strive for smoothness and elegance in your ability to handle and adapt to change, inside and outside the classroom.

  • Go from less to more in your professional and therapeutic approach towards wellness and well-being, not the opposite.
  • Know how to adapt to people’s ever-changing emotional states and choose the best moment for specific techniques and exercises.
Know how to create safe spaces, free from harm or danger and where all feel welcome, at ease, and participate out of choice rather than obligation. Understand and respect people’s autonomy and free will.
  • Strive for expertise in the skills and tools necessary to do your job at your training level.
  • Appreciate and support the people with whom you work.
  • Practice good manners.
  • Have high ethical and moral standards.
  • Be honest and fair in all your dealings with others.
Next Steps
Laughter Wellness helps you be more aligned with the best version of you
Laughter Wellness helps you be less unbalanced