Just before the clock strikes midnight, ringing in 2021, will you be making a New Year’s resolution? The most common… Read More »Laughter yoga can help you stick to New Year resolutions: seriously!
Laughter yoga is a complex of exercises that improves your physical and mental health.
Does the slightest dip in the temperature send you snuggling under the doona? There are powerful health benefits to be enjoyed from stepping into the brisk air for exercise — and laughing, writes laughter yoga faciltator Heather Joy Campbell.
Laughter yoga requires no expensive outlay of appropriate activewear (nor fancy dress). Yet another reason for this joyous accessible activity’s popularity.
People occasionally cry off participating in laughter yoga because they ‘don’t have a sense of humour’. “I’ve nothing to laugh… Read More »Do I need a sense of humour to do laughter yoga?
If you’ve been meaning to give laughter yoga a go but haven’t quite gotten around to, the upcoming World Laughter… Read More »World Laughter Day spreads wellbeing and peace
Carers Queensland’s latest Quality of Life report suggests there’s nothing to smile about, let alone laugh, yet laughter as an exercise could be a key to carers’ well-being.
The Happydemic’s Heather joy presents laughter yoga to the Australian conference of diversional therapists in October, sharing an accessible, adaptable, fun activity that’s good for body, mind and spirit.