May 022013
 
World Laughter Day

World Laughter Day

TWO THREE TWO Certified Laughter Leaders living in the Comox Valley will celebrate the joyful event of World Laughter Day on Sunday, and YOU are invited!

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Location: near the Pavilion at Simms Park, Courtenay, BC, 1:00 PM on Sunday, May 5, 2013.

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World Laughter Day was created in 1998 by Dr. Madan Kataria, founder of the worldwide Laughter Yoga movement.  World Laughter Day – a very special day designated to promote world peace through laughter.

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Come and join us, promote world peace, get exercise, and laugh lots. It will be a series of easy laughing exercises interspersed with yogic breathing. Bring two things: a water bottle and a willingness to laugh, that’s all.

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Laughter Yoga is

  • a life-changing experience while being fun and helping one have well being,
  • has many health benefits, helps in
    • stress,
    • depression,
    • high blood pressure,
    • diabetes,
    • heart disease,
    • arthritis,
    • Insomnia,
    • allergies
    • asthma.

Laughing is good for team building, peak performance, motivation, and creativity. There are thousands of laughter clubs worldwide. If you want more laughter, joy, and happiness in your life, this is a free ticket!

It is now practiced world-wide with 1000’s of Laughter Yoga clubs in over 60 countries.

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Click to read the World Laughter Day message from Founder President, Dr Madan Kataria.

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Location: Simms Park, Courtenay, BC, 1:00 PM on Sunday, May 5, 2013. Donations will be accepted to benefit the local Food Bank.

 Posted by on May 2, 2013

  2 Responses to “World Laughter Day – in the Comox Valley! Sunday, May 5 at 1:00 pm”

  1. We had a real fun session, but it was so hot today that we had to have the laugh circle under the shade of a tree, ho ho ho! Three people had sore stomachs from lauging SO much!

  2. This is a super idea, laughing for world peace.I heard about it a few years ago but never followed up. The weather looks warn sunny so I guess I’ll be there, ha ha ha.

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