Performance | Laughter Yoga | Ven Virah | TEDxSFU

Performance | Laughter Yoga | Ven Virah | TEDxSFU
  • Laughter Yoga is a simple practice that involves pretending or genuinely laughing for 60 seconds at a time.
  • It has numerous benefits, including increased energy, stress release, and enhanced joy.
  • The session begins with a warm-up exercise called "Hello," where participants greet each other with laughter.
  • Subsequent exercises include "Milkshake," where participants pretend to pour and drink a milkshake, and "Moisturizing Laughing Cream," where they apply imaginary laughing cream on themselves or others.
  • The session progresses to the "Argumentative Laughter" exercise, where participants point fingers and laugh at each other, followed by "Laugh at Your Own Self," where they turn the laughter inward.
  • The session concludes with a guided meditation, where participants close their eyes and laugh uncontrollably for two minutes, followed by deep breathing and relaxation.
  • Laughter Yoga is believed to have therapeutic effects and can benefit individuals, families, friends, colleagues, society, and the world at large.

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