Here’s what people have said about Heather Joy’s professional Laughter Yoga services:

The laughter yoga has helped me remember how good it feels and even when I don’t feel like laughing I can do simple things to laugh.

  • Helen, a carer, attended a tailored beachside Laughter Yoga session that a community organisation contracted Heather Joy to run as part of a wellbeing and respite retreat, August 2016.





Our ladies range in age from 21 to 0ver 60 but age had no relevance. Heather Joy delivered a fun and relaxed session and I watched the stress of the day simply melt off my ladies’ faces. The joy that replaced it was invigorating. Heather Joy helped us find the little kid in ourselves and we gained new ideas for stress-busting and mood-boosting in our daily lives.  Today while driving I got caught behind a slow, inattentive tourist who I fear was a liability to all on the road. What was my first instinct? I laughed, I giggled and suddenly my frustration gave way to calm and confidence. Thank you Heather Joy.


  • Anneke, the organiser of a women’s circle, contracted Heather Joy for a tailored empowering evening session north of Brisbane, August 2016.



Looking for a different experience for a corporate event or a stress relief activity for your staff, then I can recommend Heather Joy and her laughter yoga therapy.  I was initially sceptical about what laughter yoga would entail and whether it offered genuine benefits.  However, after doing a number of sessions with Heather Joy, I found myself genuinely enjoying the experience.  It truly feels like you have had a workout but one which leaves you feeling more uplifted and lighter in spirit and with a more positive attitude.  The exercises are simple, fun and suitable for all ages.

  • The initiative of Sara Barnbaum, from Central Queensland University, saw Heather Joy contracted for RUOK? Day in Rockhampton in 2016, providing a public community forum, staff conference ice breaker and three campus Laughter Yoga sessions.

People stand in a circle outside arms outstretched practising laughter yoga


One of the English language academics noted that laughter is a universal language and wanted to know if we could engage Heather Joy to conduct sessions for when each new cohort commences!

Certified Laughter Yoga Teacher Heather Joy with international students from China and Nigeria attending Central Queensland University

  • Kim Harrington, Associate Vice-Chancellor Rockhampton Region, Central Queensland University, September 2016.



Thanks so much for your wonderfulness. A terrific vibe in the room and lots of joyful noises and smiling faces.

A group of 20 women hold hands and laugh

  • Alison Mobbs, president, Queensland Rural Regional and Remote Women’s Network, of Heather Joy’s ‘She who laughs, lasts’ workshop at QRRRWN state conference, October 2016.



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


Anglicare Central Queensland annual conference team-building -- caterpillar walking

  • Suzie Christensen, Chief Executive Officer, Anglicare Central Queensland, October 2016. The Happydemic’s Heather Joy ran team-building specific workshops as part of Anglicare Central Queensland’s annual conference.




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


“Our laughter leader training course was so well customised to the needs of our organisation and we received fabulous feedback from participants. Laughter yoga sessions are now on the calendar each week at our villages.”

— Jennie Hewitt, Positive Living Coordinator, Feros Care

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