Laughter Yoga for happiness, health, work and play!

The unique experience of Laughter Yoga combines laughing on purpose with deep breathing to deliver a host of benefits for your body & brain.

But, what exactly is Laughter Yoga?

Well, it isn’t a comedy show. And, there are no yoga poses either!

In fact, Laughter Yoga is a unique concept where anyone can learn to laugh intentionally without the need for humour.

Instead, we use laughter exercises, eye contact and a sense of playfulness to reap the benefits of laughter.

It is called Laughter ‘Yoga’ because the practice combines laughter with deep breathing and grounding exercises for a complete mind-body experience.

The unbelievable benefits of laughter include:

  • enhancing mood
  • boosting immune system
  • reducing stress
  • improving focus
  • fostering creativity
  • promoting resilience and more!

Clearly, laughter is the best medicine and, luckily for us, the brain can’t tell the difference between natural laughter and laughing on purpose.

There are so many reasons to practise Laughter Yoga on a daily basis. Head over to the Happy Yoga Wales YouTube channel for quick and easy laughter exercises to follow in your own time.

Because we understand how valuable laughter and human connection can be, we invite you to join our friendly Laughter Clubs in Llandudno, North Wales on a pay-what-you-can basis. Be sure to keep up-to-date by subscribing to the mailing list.

We encourage you to share your experience of laughing every day with the Happy Yoga Wales community in our private Facebook group.

Did you know we love to take to the road and spread the laughter far and wide?

Until then, ha-ha-ha-have a great day!

Note: While we understand that playfulness pushes many people outside of their comfort zones, we also know how a good giggle can help your health which is why every session is delivered in a trauma-informed manner to ensure everyone feels safe & comfortable.

Psst! If you still need convincing, check out this research-based article which summarises that “laughter yoga presented an opportunity for human connection and personal growth, together with an inoculation against the stresses of life, providing a valued coping strategy for dealing with life’s challenges.”

Next Laughter Club:
Autumn 2023 – Watch this space!

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