People will often say to me that all of their work comes from “word of mouth”. What they’re actually saying to me is “I don’t know” or “I don’t measure my marketing properly”. It’s really important to know where your source of leads comes from, so read on to find out why.
It has proven that Laughter Yoga helps people benefit tremendously mentally as well as emotionally. It is a single exercise routine that provides complete body – mind wellness.
Isabel Fernandez: Laughter Yoga Teacher and nurse in Brussels (CHU Brugmann), I opened the first “Laughter Yoga group” in Cardiac and Orthopaedic Rehabilitation in October 2015. One year later there are three more groups: two in psychiatry (general and addictology) and one in Neurologic Rehabilitation. The picture has been taken this summer in the park…
What better time to answer this question than around this time of Guru Purnima- an Indian festival dedicated to all teachers and gurus. It is celebrated in the month of June – July on a full moon day, when people pay their respects to their teachers and express their gratitude.
4 Steps Of Laughter Yoga Step 1: Clapping and Warming-up Exercises: We clap with our hands parallel to each other for full finger-to-finger and palm-to-palm contact. This stimulates acupressure points in our hands and increases energy levels.
Laughter is not about laughing. It is actually about cultivating childlike playfulness. Once you learn to play, you don’t have to laugh. Laughter will be the natural outcome of your playful inner child. If you want to get rid of your dependence on jokes and still want to laugh, simply become childlike.
“How do you laugh when you’re in no mood to laugh or don’t have any reason to laugh?” The answer is – Theory of motion creates emotion. There is an inherent link between the body and mind. Whatever happens to the mind happens to the body. If you observe sad and depressed people, their bodies are also depressed.
What is the relationship between a sense of humor and laughter? Is it possible to laugh for no reason? Most people believe that one must have a sense of humor to laugh but Laughter Yoga has proven otherwise.
The word “Yoga” arises from the Sanskrit root ‘Yuj’ which means to get hold of, integrate and harmonize. It means getting hold of our lives, integrating all aspects of life, harmonizing our bodies with our minds, spirits and society. There are many paths of Yoga.