Laughter Yoga today has become a worldwide phenomenon with millions of people incorporating laughter into their exercise routines as a way to release endorphins, eradicate stress, and increase blood flow- even if there’s nothing funny to prompt a laugh.
A group of women at the Hindu Cultural Center, Loudonville, N.Y. have taken to Laughter Yoga and are completely cracking up! “The mind does not know that we’re faking it,” said Laughter Yoga instructor Rani Gandham. “It thinks we’re happy and joyful.”
Laughter Yoga at the International Handball Camp Ratko Nikolic, Sports center Okanik, Mataruška banja-resort, Kraljevo, Serbia with Laughter Yoga Teacher Olivera Radovanović A day filled with laughter at the camp with the future national team handball representatives.
Here is a very interesting variation of doing Laughter Yoga. Naomy Tsukasaki from Japan has created Aqua Laughter which is a great way to remain fit and healthy.