Archive for January, 2016

Let’s talk about laughter yoga and seniors

The Happydemic interviews Australian laughter yoga professional and academic Ros Ben -Moshe about her research and experiences delivering laughter wellness to residents of aged care facilities in Victoria.

Let’s talk about mental health and wellbeing

The Happydemic’s Heather Joy puts forth a case for laughter yoga and laughter meditation in mental health settings and in community support groups working with people striving for improved psychological well-being.

man on his knees, looking under a couch seat for something he has lost

How can we lose something as natural as breathing?

Whether it’s a chortle, a chuckle, a coo, a gurgle or a full-belly laugh, laughter is part of a baby’s experimentation in making sounds and communicating. So how is it that we can get so caught up in the seriousness of life and forget something as natural as breathing, wonders certified laughter yoga leader and blogger, Heather Joy.

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Spreading wellness through laughter, seriously!

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Fact!

It has been scientifically proven that 20 minutes of laughter reaps real physiological benefits.

Testimonial

"Heather Joy’s laughter yoga session was the most fun I’ve had at work in a long time! It was great to do it as a group – a team building exercise in itself. I definitely got a dose of therapy and endorphins, a workout for my lungs, and came away with a new tool to de-stress at the end of a day."

- Suzie Christiansen, CEO, Anglicare Central Queensland, October 2016

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