Have you heard about this new wellness practice – laughter yoga?
I think we all intuitively feel laughter is good for us, but some people are taking the idea a step further.
Sarah Bourassa at Huffington Post offers her experience with laughter yoga in the article below.
“The practice is a combination of laughing exercises and yoga breathing in a group setting. It’s based on voluntary laughing, which often induces real laughter. Laughing is known to have several health benefits, including improving your immune system, relieving pain, reducing stress and boosting your mood.” – Sarah Bourassa
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