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Fancy a good laugh? Spirits are running high at Tubby’s Farm where the organisers of Sunflowerfest, Northern Ireland’s leading music and arts festival  have been confirmed as Guinness World Record Title Holder for ‘largest laughter yoga class’. 479 more words


Laughter Yoga: Does it Tickle your Funny Bone?

If you are the sort of person who enjoys going up to a total stranger holding them in a bear hug whilst both of you laugh out loud, Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha, then maybe Laughter Yoga is for you! 542 more words


World Laughter Day

Today is World Laughter Day.

World Laughter Day was created in 1998 by Dr. Madan Kataria, founder of the worldwide Laughter Yoga movement. The celebration of World Laughter Day is a positive manifestation for world peace and is intended to build up a global consciousness of brotherhood and friendship through laughter. 32 more words


The Smile Hi Laughter Club

The strangest thing I’ve done in the past probably year of my life was attend a laughter yoga session. I’ve only recently heard about this worldwide phenomenon and, armed with nothing but the camera I almost pawned when I moved here with 9 bucks to my name and a little knowledge on laughter yoga through YouTube videos, I went to a senior center in Wheatridge, Colorado for the Smile Hi Laughter Club. 517 more words

Memories & More: A Facilitator's Reflections

In mid-December, I was asked if I would like to be a part of North Shore Community Resources’ Memories & More program. I was told that it is a ten-week program for people in the early stages of dementia and their caregivers. 505 more words


How Humor brings color and joy into your life with Elaine Nieberding

Rainbows comes after the thunder! Facing thunder are like those critical moments in our life where we must face pain, crisis or financial ruin. The #1 remedy is applying a healthy dose of humor to the equation. 428 more words


Laughter Yoga Session

Doing Defies Depression hosted a free laughter yoga session in Mount Waverley, Victoria, on 31 January 2015.

Our instructor, Natalie, volunteered her time, which was greatly appreciated. 194 more words