Posts in the ‘Health’ Category

Laughter yoga is good for men's health.

Is laughter yoga’s fake laugh still beneficial?

Laughter yoga evokes unconditional laughter which, done willingly, enables the same benefits and feel-good results of ‘real’ laughter.

Three women tretching and laughing in a park

What is this yoga that has people laughing?

Laughter yoga like other forms of yoga creates a union between the body, breath and mind, shares many of the same health benefits. It’s just louder!

Photo Of Sad Business Team Attending The Seminar

Anticipating a laugh reduces stress hormones

Anticipating an activity in which you laugh heartily can protect you from stress research says, leading Heather Joy to suggest laughter yoga.

Making sense of scent and feel for relaxation

The Happydemic’s Heather Joy totes a little jar of grown-up play dough called Mohdoh instead of a stress ball for those times when she can’t laugh out loud.

How Laughter Yoga can help men live healthier happier lives

The Happydemic’s Heather Joy looks at how laughter yoga underpins 5 big lessons that the Harvard Study of Adult Development says contribute to men’s long-term wellbeing.

Courtesy Canterbury Cantata Trust, UK

Sing to beat Parkinsons

People with Parkinson’s disease and carers are sought for a singing research project in Brisbane, Australia, looking at mood, quality of life and communication when music becomes a part of life.

Dave Berman and Laughnosis

#Laughnosis training with clinical hypnotist Dave Berman is on in Sydney, Adelaide and Perth in coming days. It’s well-worth professional life coaches, hypnotherapists, psychologists and other caring professionals opening their minds to this new tool for their kitbag.

Laughter club is coming to Cairns!

A Cairns woman’s determination to see her city get a community laughter club will be realised in June with training of laughter leaders on 10 and 11 June, a pop-up laugh-out in the days preceding and the first locally-run laughter club session on the Sunday at training’s end.

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.

What’s causing kidney patients to laugh through dialysis

Laughter Yoga has been scientifically proven to be a viable, safe, low-intensity form of physical activity that can be successfully implemented for patients in dialysis settings.

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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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