Life Changing Experiences

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My Personal Experience with Laughter Yoga

Brittany Marie, USA: All of 24, I have a list of health conditions like Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Lyme Disease, Chronic Migraine, Fibromyalgia, Depression, Anxiety, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. I had been homebound..

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Laughter Yoga increased my Immunity

Karin Lesiak, Poland: There was a time in my life when I experienced a lot of challenges in my personal life. From a joyful, optimistic person under the influence of trouble and stress I became more and more depressed, sad, I lacked energy and th..

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How Laughter Yoga changed me?

Paola Panama: At the physical level, my joint inflammation and pain have reduced considerably allowing me to be active again and helped me to work as an aquatic therapist. The heart rhythm has stabilized, and when I still have episodes of tachyca..

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My Laughter Yoga Story Kiran

Kiran, USA: I am originally from Hyderabad, India but currently live near Boston with my husband and two children. I am a fashion designer by profession and a Laughter Yogi in training. The first time I heard about LY was in the mid 90s when it h..

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My Laughter Story Shivakumar Shekar

Shivakumar Shekar, Poland: I am a non-resident Indian, living In Poland Since a decade for good. I worked at different levels at Polish and multinational companies, mostly in sales, marketing & international business development. Life was goi..

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How Laughter Yoga Changed my Life - Sara Kay

Sara Kay, UK: There are no jokes in my story – in January 2016, I was prescribed antidepressants after going through a divorce. They initially helped, but my brain couldn’t easily retain information, and I quickly realized I needed a ..

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Judith Corner Small - My Laughter Story

I first discovered Laughter Yoga at a time in my life when I was searching for connection and meaning in life. Little did I know what a turning point I was coming to. Sometimes things need to break open and fall apart in order to rebuild and make..