Laughter yoga sessions combine laughter exercises and deep breathing along with silly songs and games. Sessions end with a laughter meditation where you laugh for absolutely no reason, followed by a grounding visualisation.
In laughter yoga, laughter is initiated by pretending to laugh as it has the same benefits as more spontaneous laughter because it’s contagious.
Laughter yoga has many benefits:
We’re social creatures and laughter yoga offers a simple yet profound way to connect with others and combat the stress and isolation many of us may have experienced during the last couple of years.
Brighton Summit: Unite was on 29 April 2022.
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