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Lego building artist shows teacher a lesson

The Hapydemic’s Heather Joy hopes travelling executives pause to reassess the level of ‘play’ in their lives along with other right-brain functions needed for success as they pass a Lego (R) building artist-in-residence at Brisbane Airport.

Laughter an antidote to road rage

Try laughing next time you’re caught in traffic instead of releasing your road rage demon. Laughter Yoga’s Heather Joy explains how and why.

5 laughter yoga leader participants, smiling with trainer, HeatherJoy

Happydemic spreads: meet the latest ‘crop’ trained

Heather Joy introduces the latest crop of laughter yoga leaders she’s trained, spreading the Happydemic of laughter yoga across Queensland.

Group of business men and women seated around a board table in silhouette against a backdrop map of the world.

How leadership, laughter and workplaces work together – guest interview

Business owner Denise Gibbons talks about her book Women As Leaders—The World Needs You—A Practical Guide and the difference laughter yoga practice has brought to her own leadership capacity.

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.

Laughnosis comes to Australia: guest interview with Dave Berman

Clinical hypnotist and laughter yoga teacher Dave Berman explains the concept of Laughnosis ahead of his training sessions in Australia in March 2017.

A woman stretching her arms above her head in a laughter yoga pose

More fun fab ways to laugh alone

You don’t need company or comedy to achieve a healthful laughter yoga session. You can laugh alone as certified laughter yoga teacher Heather Joy explains.

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.

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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