Laughter Yoga

A simple technique that gets serious results

edited by Madelyn Miller, the TravelLady    

Giggling, belly laughs, guffaws, and snorts, is this yoga? Yes, it is, laughter and yoga, can be used together. Laughter YogaNet offers all the benefits of yoga, in an amazing, beneficial and energizing and fun half hour practice. Laughing creates many health benefits, and meditation reduces stress. It is perfect for people who are not able move through traditional yoga postures, or for an workplace community. Now, people can experience the benefits of yoga at work, in hospitals, and in other non-traditional settings. It is finally available for people who really need it - but could not participate before.

Don't just Laugh. Chant.

Laughter Yoga is a physically-oriented technique that uses a perfect blend of playful, empowering and otherwise "tension-releasing" simple laughter exercises, interspersed with gentle breathing and stretching exercises, rhythmic clapping and chanting of Ho Ho Ha Ha Ha in unison. This is done as a way to improve health, increase well-being, and promote peace in the world through personal transformation.

A Doctor who helps you Laugh your way to Health

The unique concept of Laughter Yoga was developed by Dr. Madan Kataria, a physician from Mumbai, India. Any one can laugh in a group for 15-20 minutes without depending upon great sense of humor, jokes or comedy. Laughter Yoga combines simple laughter exercises (simulated laughter) and gentle yoga breathing, which turns into real laughter. Laughter Yoga is supported by powerful tools derived from the Western psycho analytical methods as well as Eastern spiritual laws. It will help you to stay in high spirits when life throws up challenges. It will enhance your ability to laugh and smile when dealing with negative emotions, situations and negative or difficult people.

Laughter Yoga Net specializes in stress reduction in the office.

www.LaughterYogaNet.com 
(831) 566-5635.

Madelyn Miller is a travel and food writer who loves to try new kinds of yoga. And that is no joke. Read her stories on www.travellady.com, www.yogayaya.com, www.carladynews.com, www.chocolateatlas.com, www.cocktailatlas.com, www.teaAtlas.com, www.coffeeAtlas.com