Our practice can encourage us to be fully present and let go of any motivation to manipulate things or people (including ourselves). We thus develop our capacity to delight in the moment, free from judgment and criticism.
Centered in our conscious practice of fun and freedom, we learn to come home to our body-mind-spirit, feeling centered, joyful, and integrated, regardless of what is happening in our outside world.
Taking time away from busy schedules for a weekend (or longer) retreat can
Open us to a fresh and authentic intimacy with life
Realign our clarity of mind and ease of being
Leave us refreshed, inwardly connected and re-inspired in our daily life
Enrich our world with new like-minded friends, and deepen our appreciation of long-term laughter buddies
--- Jeffrey Briar,
Master Trainer for the Dr. Kataria School of Laughter Yoga
Director, The Laughter Yoga Institute http://www.LYInstitute.org