Meet your Wellbeing Laughter Yoga teacher
Hi, I’m Sara, and I am a certified Laughter Yoga Teacher. I have a wide range of experience with different groups of people.
About Laughter Yoga
It isn’t widely known that Laughter Yoga (laughter exercises with deep breathing) is a very effective form of wellbeing exercise, and that you don’t have to be happy to laugh. In fact, the body can’t tell the difference between real and pretend laughter, so you still gain the same benefits.
Laughter Yoga was devised by a medical doctor, Dr Madan Kataria, in 1995 and is now in over 100 countries, boasting over 10,000 Laughter Clubs, and many more company workshops.
The benefit of Laughter Yoga
In work situations we often feel stress and tension, and all too often take this home with us. Imagine if all that was taken away and you felt resilient, had no stress, and made more caring friendships because of your outlook and happiness. Stress creates illness and illness isn’t wished for by anybody.
Now, imagine that your brain felt cleansed of worries, anxiety, anger, and it is so full of oxygen that you work quicker and more efficiently, and even more creatively. Enabling your job to become easier with less stress, meeting deadlines. These are just some of the many benefits to having a Laughter Yoga session at your workplace.
I am very enthusiastic about Laughter Yoga because I discovered it when I really needed to find a wellbeing tool several years ago. The amazing benefits and how you feel after Laughter Yoga can be properly shown by experiencing a session. Using this exercise and wellbeing tool regularly creates a much healthier mind and body, along with an exciting outlook and purposeful life.
With feedback such as, “Such a good way to spend an hour. I feel so relaxed and so light after it all”, “Brilliant way to destress after work. Great leader -I would recommend”, “Fantastic session. Lots of fun and stress release” , you know you’re in good hands!
Try something new – take yourself out of your comfort zone and try a Laughter Yoga workshop.
“Revive and survive with laughter” – Mary Washington
For more information about Sara, visit her website here.