I am a Registered Nurse and had breast cancer 4 years ago.
Greatly inspired by Laughter Yoga Clubs I started to laugh
The Cancer Caring Center wants its patients to laugh
The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center has added laughter yoga to its extensive
We have had several cancer patients attend our laughter club who have cancer and are going through chemotherapy.
Laughter Yoga now offered at The Kellogg Cancer Center at Highland Park Hospital
Lillie Shockney thought she was prepared for the questions her daughter would ask when she found out Mom had breast cancer.
As the Laughter Movement gained momentum, Dr. Kataria traveled
The young women seemed more willing to try out yogic breathing combined with unconditional laughter
Laughter Yoga Alone is a great way of releasing stress and negative thoughts.