Posts in the ‘Happiness’ Category

Celebrate Harmony Day

The Happydemic’s Heather Joy looks to laughter to unite as Australia celebrates Harmony Day, 21 March 2017.

Many men and women of diverse ethnicities and ages smiling and laughing

Guest Interview with Gross National Happiness Ambassador to Bhutan, Bronwyn Roberts

The Happydemic’s Heather Joy explores the practice of Gross National Happiness Index with Bhutan’s Happiness Ambassador Bronwyn Roberts.

Why the world needs hugs

Science shows hearty sustained laughter practised daily has tremendous physiological and psychological health benefits.
So too does the very simple act of hugging as The Happydemic’s Heather Joy Campbell explains.

Why the helper’s high is good for Australia

For National Volunteers Week, The Happydemic’s Heather Joy reflects on her reasons for volunteering and ponders an addiction to the ‘helper’s high’.

Meet Singapore’s Joyologist Dr Yvonne Looi

Travelling to Singapore? Make sure to check out Joyologist Dr Yvonne Looi’s Laughter Yoga sessions: she’s growing a nation of Joy! Heather Joy finds out how…

Take an instant vacation, that’s right, now!

The Happydemic’s Heather Joy spills the beans on a vacation destination you can take instantly.

10 reasons to consider laughter yoga in your New Year resolutions

While New Year resolutions often go by the wayside, laughter yoga offers a key to achieving any of the top 10 resolutions made: Australian laughter yoga leader Heather Joy tells how.

What the world needs now

Crisis brings people and nations together.

Our promise!

Spreading wellness through laughter, seriously!


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


"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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