My Laughter Yoga Leader Training is currently suspended.
Over the last few years my practice of laughter has evolved.
Working so deeply with people in the other modalities I also work in, particularly my work as an End of Life Doula and Compassionate Touch, has invited me to see things from a different perspective – a perspective of richness, aliveness and yet one of being authentic to our current reality which is at the core of all my work (and life for that matter!) And goodness, there is so much we can learn from the dying.
As a result I resonate less with the Laughter Yoga Leader Training and do not feel comfortable teaching it to others.
There is no doubt that laughter can have a powerful effect on our wellbeing. The key is to use it mindfully, consciously and in a way that honours who we are. It is in this intimacy with our laughter and exploring our inner and outer joy that we learn so much about ourselves.
With all the benefits that can come from laughter, if we are not careful, it can also do more harm than good.
This is not a suggestion that my way of working is better than another’s – variety is the spice of life as they say but I’m choosing to listen to what I’m learning along the way, incorporating the lessons into my life and sharing them with you in my workshops.
Here is a reminder of some of those I have previously trained in Laughter Yoga and their feedback.
Are you looking at getting more intimate with laughter and curious as to how laughter works for our well-being?
“Thank you for a transformative and wonderful course – you are lovely.”
“You are simply an amazing teacher…warm, giving, joyful. Thank you so much for this wonderful weekend and for giving me this brilliant technique for spreading joy to the world! I feel as though I’ve found something that I can simply be myself while spreading the love – priceless.”
“You are such a gentle soul – completely non-judgemental and humble.”
“Thank you for a wonderful weekend. I have learnt a lot and laughed so much – great course. I hope to do more with this – so glad I came.”
And after just the first day of training this feedback was priceless:
“One of the most joy-filled days I’ve EVER had!”