Laughter Yoga Promotes Mental Health

It has been proved that Laughter Yoga is a great exercise routine for both body and mind. It reduces mental tension and increases energy, enabling one to stay focused. Both sides of the brain are stimulated during laughing, which help to increase clarity, creativity and problem solving ability, thereby improving performance.

Laughter Yoga in Philippines

Laughter Yoga has a great presence in Philippines, and has contributed effectively in changing people’s mindsets, making them more positive and reducing their stress. Regular practitioners from all walks of life report that doing laughter exercises uplifts the mood, increases energy levels, improves memory and strengthens the immune system.

Laughter Yoga in hospital

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…

Laughter Yoga For Hospice Patients

It has been proved that Laughter Yoga alleviates physical pain due to injury and disease and helps in speedy recovery. In fact, many instances have been reported when people have gone through physical trauma of surgeries without the use of pain killers! They just laughed it off.

On the first anniversary of my laughter-yoga meditation

1. Laughter-yoga meditation has changed me. It has been just a year since I started practicing laughter-yoga meditation which I learned from Dr. Madan Kataria at the “Spiritual Retreat” (Laughter and Silence) in September, 2015. Much has happened during this period, but every morning I have practiced the 50-minute morning meditation without a break. As…