Laughter is a remedy that is affordable to everyone.
While comedy clubs are humour-filled places of entertainment, laughter clubs globally use the breath of yoga with simulated laughter exercises for health benefits, seriously.
Certified laughter yoga teacher Heather Joy presents 5 ways laughter yoga can help you get through the Christmas season stresses even when you’re as busy as Santa writing lists and checking them twice!
When Dr Madan Kataria said there was a lot of medicine in laughter, he wasn’t kidding. Proven health benefits are far-ranging. Certified laughter yoga teacher Heather Joy lists just some key health benefits of laughter.
Medical and nursing staff in Malaysia are being prescribed laughter as hospital management grapple to contain burn-out, The Happydemic’s Heather Joy reports.
Whether it’s a chortle, a chuckle, a coo, a gurgle or a full-belly laugh, laughter is part of a baby’s experimentation in making sounds and communicating. So how is it that we can get so caught up in the seriousness of life and forget something as natural as breathing, wonders certified laughter yoga leader and blogger, Heather Joy.
Laughter yoga is not the silver bullet for depression and anxiety but it does cultivate a positive outlook, it does get your mind and body thinking ‘happy’ and it does help restore balance and peace.