When I ventured to Kent on a hot, hot day last year to laugh with the lovely freelance journalist, Robyn Wilder, who was commissioned to write an article about Laughter Yoga by Boots, I was excited and started my giggles whilst queueing on M25. A great tip for anyone stuck in traffic, just say ‘teehee’ a few times to yourself and your are off…
The meeting and the laughter we shared showed the importance of connecting with the people we set out to share our work with on a deeper level than just a handshake and a ‘hello’.
As Laughter Yoga Master Trainer and Laughter Therapist Teacher I have changed 10-fold or even 1000-fold or more from being a result-driven corporate suit to who I am today, being compassionate, authentic, empathetic and true.
It moves me so much when Robyn and my students and other clients feel the change from sharing laughter, and I know that there is so much we can do to create positive change together.
Take the plunge – (re)learn to laugh!
Please read the articel in Boots Health & Beauty Magazine – it really is excellent and tells you honestly about the discomfort that you may feel at your first encounter with laughing for no reason.
Don’t worry, it shifts really quickly!
If you are interested in trying Laughter Yoga, please feel free to join us on 21 January at 12noon to 1pm at Aboyne Lodge School in St Albans. Please email for more details, firstname.lastname@example.org.