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Nine’s TODAY presenters give laughter yoga a go

Harmony Week 2023

Sunshine Coast ABC TV reports on laughter yoga as part of Harmony Week 2023

Podcaster Gives Laughter Yoga A Go

TV presenter and keynote speaker Seamus Evans gets a dose of the happydemic of laughing yoga. Watch and listen! October 2022

Making a difference in the Moreton Bay Region

Heather Joy Campbell’s story of why she shares laughter yoga so passionately captured in December 2022 edition of Moreton Bay Region’s Feature Magazine.

How laughter yoga may help chronic conditions

The Happydemic’s Heather Joy Campbell is a guest of podcaster Wendy Gathercole, November 2022

Supporting launch of 60-second ‘laughie’

Read how 1 minute of laughter a day can make a difference to your wellbeing.

How Heather Joy helps an aged care provider embrace laughter yoga everyday

Feros Care’s embrace of laughter yoga extended has extended to all 3 of its northern New South Wales residential aged care villages. Why and how, they explain in this clip (2021). 

Guest Interview - Postcards from the Bush with Robin McConchie

Laughter yoga is no joke; with practice, it can help reduce stress and improve your wellbeing. Join Heather Joy Campbell as we explore laughter yoga and the science of happiness in this podcast interview.   2021

Heather Joy Explains Laughter Yoga

The Happydemic’s founder Heather Joy Campbell explains in this ABC radio interview. Seriously, it’s the most fun way of pursuing wellbeing.

Ruth Magazine (2021) celebrates harnessing laughter for wellbeing.

MS Life magazine (2020) explores laughter for wellbeing

A newspaper article with a photo of Heather Joy wearing a bright rainbow coloured tshirt

Queensland’s major weekend magazine Q Weekend (2019) features Heather Joy’s story.

Heather Joy wearing bright rainbow top with hands on chest standing outdoors in nature.

“Laughter yoga the way to a happier, healthier life, Brisbane woman argues.” – ABC News

The Westside News Lifestyle page with a photo of Heather Joy and four other women with the headline No Laughing Matter
Brisbane suburban newspaper Westside News (2016) covered Heather Joy's establishment of a laughter club in The Gap.
Hinterland Times article with headline Laugh your way to better health?!

The Hinterland Times editor wrote of her laughter yoga experience with HeatherJoy ahead of a laughter club being established in Maleny, 2019.

Inscope Magazine article with heading Laughter is the best medicine with a photo of Heather Joy

Laughter is good medicine and the Queensland nurses and midwives union journal InScope (2019) turned to Heather Joy to find out how members could laugh their way to wellbeing.

Man sitting in front of laptop with hands on his head looking stressed

How to Stress Less At Work – Article Mention

Young lady running with headphones in front of sunlit trees

6 Instant Mood Boosters To Try Today – Article Mention

Five children standing in a row smiling with hands in the air

Journal for the Early Childhood Teachers Association on self-care.

Professional caregivers supporting frail aged live at home independently, longer, sought out HeatherJoy Campbell to seek wellbeing, through laughter.

For further information, pricing and bookings please call Heather Joy Campbell on 0412 742 593 or email