How often do you laugh? And how many times have you laughed today? Did you know that children can laugh even up to 200 times a day, whilst adults barely laugh 20 times a day? Lost in our seriousness, we – the adults have forgotten how important laughter is for our well-being. Laughter supports our mental and physical health and it is a great way to release stress and create bonding.
Practice Laughter like an exercise
Join me in ‘The Laughter Room‘ to practice intentional laughter and increase your well-being. The brain does not make the difference between a fake laughter and a natural laughter and after 20 seconds it starts to perceived the “fake” laughter as a natural one. Beside laughter exercises, the session includes also beathing exercises, a laughter meditation (you need to experience it, to understand it) and a relaxation meditation at the end.
Not too sure?
Join the next online Laughter Yoga session!
The first session is free. And should you encounter financial difficulties, please let me know, and the second, third or even 15th session can also be free. Just come and practice laughter and boost your well-being.
Choose to Donate to Charity
Out of solidarity, as of the second session, you can choose to return this gesture of good-will by making a donation to the charity of your choice.
After your donation is made, please send a screenshot to gabrieladspencer at gmail.com, so I can celebrate with you the spread of goodness.
Next sessions in “The Laughter Room” with Gabriela D. Spencer
April: Friday, 09/04, 30/04
May: Friday, 07/05, 21/05
June: Friday, 04/06
July: Friday, 2/07, 16/07, 30/07
August: Friday, 13/08, 27/08
September: Friday, 10/09, 24/09
Join the 1 hour online laughter session in ‘The Laughter Room‘ by registering here.
Laughter Yoga for your team meeting event
Do you need an energizer during your team meeting or training? Are you looking for a way to boost the mood of your team? Or do you want to have an unusual private party? How about trying Laughter Yoga?
What people say about the sessions at ‘The Laughter Room‘
“It was a great gathering, a huge amount of dopamine, good mood and pleasant and useful movement. I look forward to the next meeting. Have a good day!!!“
“It was amazing !!! Thanks a lot. We really liked it !! See you soon 🙂“
“Good evening! I laughed to the max! I realized that laughter must be part of our lives, even forced and directed, if otherwise it is not possible! Thank you!”