LAUGHTER YOGA

Introduction

Laughter is good for your body and your mind. The health benefits of laughing include the reduction of stress hormones and blood pressure whilst boosting the immune system. By stimulating the production of antibodies, the body is able to fight off illness and infection more easily. Laughter has also been shown to increase memory, intelligence, and creativity.

The Workshop

Our laughter sessions encourage live face to face interaction, building trust and promoting a bond between colleagues.

The sessions can be held either seated, standing, lying on the floor or a combination of all these things. There will be some gentle stretches, breathing exercises and some mindfulness techniques practised, leading into laughter techniques. Loose clothing is recommended.

It’s a powerful experience and a great team building exercise that increases motivation, positivity and happiness.

How you’ll benefit

Our experienced laughter coach facilitator will guide you through a laughter yoga session that’s both therapeutic and lots of fun. The wide ranging benefits include:

  • Relieves stress and tension
  • Encourages positivity and happiness
  • Boosts immune function
  • Improves team communication
  • Enhances creativity
  • Increases energy levels
  • Generally improves health and wellbeing
Who is this workshop for?

Employees of any level who would like to experience the joy of laughter.

Workshop length

90 mins
Half day

Workshop size

Up to 20 people

Delivery

On Site

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