Whether you run a social Laughter Club, or offer Laughter Yoga in a commercial sense, at some stage you will be asked to submit a proposal. This could be to extend the tenure of a venue for your existing club, asking a council to consider allowing you use of a room to start a new one, or to come and do some laughter work in an organization.
Last week I was one of three speakers asked to present to a room full of academics. We had to discuss the research and results on our nominated topic. The first speaker was a doctor who, in a world first, had developed and implanted a 3D printed human jaw prosthesis to correct a young man’s congenital jaw deformity.
A laughter session is only a part of a program that you could offer a client, and not the program itself. A program should focus on the wants of the client and not the needs, and you should have a suite of programs to offer. Would you believe that by following this next formula you can have more than 3000 of them? Read on to see how…
Whenever you think of starting a Laughter Club, the most important thing you have to do is to find the right venue. Until that time, start an informal laughter group at your home
Lately, we had a very meaningful discussion on Prozone Facebook among the Laughter Yoga professionals around the world about the sustainability of social Laughter Clubs in the West. It has been
With growing popularity of Laughter Yoga Clubs, more and more people want to get involved, but at times they do not have a Laughter Club in their area. In such circumstances, you can easily recommend people
Recently, I was watching a discussion among Laughter Yoga professionals on Facebook Pro zone where one of the teachers showed her concern about the growth of Laughter Clubs. She said that though her club was