Your smile is precious and so is your laughter!  Laughter is often said to be the best medicine.  However, do you laugh often enough?  Read my blog post to see some of the blessings that laughter yoga therapy can bring, if you embrace it.

Disclaimer: My blog is to be used for general information, inspirational, and motivational purposes. I share things that I’ve learnt and experienced.  In case of need, do seek help from a professional in the relevant field.

In the case of social distancing needs, laughter yoga may be prohibited in groups (depending on which country you’re in).

I’m a self-improvement blogger and love sharing self-care tips with my readers.  Take the time to live in the moment and enjoy my article…

Laughter yoga (Hasyayoga) is a modern exercise involving prolonged voluntary laughter. This type of yoga is based on the belief that voluntary laughter provides similar physiological and psychological benefits as spontaneous laughter. It is usually done in groups, with eye contact and much playfulness between participants. Intentional laughter often turns into real and contagious laughter.’ – as per an article on Wikipedia.

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The Yoga Of Laughter:

From Stressed Out To Blissed Out!

8 benefits of laughter yoga:

1. Health benefits

There are many and diverse health benefits associated with laughter and yoga.  However, I won’t go into them, as I’m simply not a health sector professional.  I blog about things that I’ve learnt formally, informally, and through life experiences.  These tips will be of help to my readers. 

2. For everyone

Laughter yoga can help anyone…  Not only those who are feeling exceptionally stressed may need it, but everyone could use it for the better.  It’s true enjoyment that comes naturally.

3. Induces relaxation

Practising will help induce relaxation.  Take the time to unwind and recharge.  Let it flow naturally and feel the genuinely contagious giggles that arise!

4. Feel pure joy

Feel joy in its pure form.  Practice regularly and remain in a better mood.  Focus on living in the moment.  Do you sometimes have a temper?  Chill out regularly through sessions of merriment.

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5. Happiness hormones

Cardio helps to stimulate your happiness hormones.  Laughter therapy also supports the feeling of joy and happiness.  Use it to make the most of life, even when things aren’t as smooth as you wish they could be.

6. Feel young

This yoga activity helps you to feel young… I’m not saying that you aren’t.  However, the bitterness in life may lessen the habit to laugh daily for many people.  But taking the time to initiate genuine prolonged voluntary laughter, can make anyone feel carefree and young again, no matter their age.

7. Burn calories

I’m not saying that everyone can lose a significant amount of weight from laughing, but it does help to get rid of some calories.  In addition to this, you’ll feel better after a laughter session.  Enjoy that moment of the day, when you practice.

8. Enjoy life

Last but not least, enjoy life in the true sense.  Yoga is a great way to feel serene.  Laughter yoga therapy can help people to laugh more than they would otherwise, normally do.  Even if you’re not very stressed, you’ll feel the benefits.

“A day without laughter is a day wasted.” – Charlie Chaplin

Incorporate laughter therapy in your life and make it a daily or regular habit.  It’s something natural that we all need, but tend to neglect when life gets in the way.  Do keep smiling always, and laugh often or as soon as you can!


To sum up, laughter yoga is indeed a fun and helpful therapy.  Everyone can embrace it to enjoy the benefits. Enroll and get the skills.


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