Laughter Yoga and Laughter Clubs were created by Dr. Kataria, MD and Madhuri Kataria in India. Laughter Clubs are fully independent, not-for-profit, non-political, non-religious and non competitive community-based associations of diverse people where all are welcome regardless of gender, age, physical abilities, social or economic backgrounds. They practice the Laughter Yoga method of Laughing for no reason as a form of exercise. There are currently over 10,000 Laughter Clubs in more than 100 countries around the world.
Why do Laughter Yoga?
Six great reasons to check out the Lifefire Laughter Yoga!
You're tired of taking life so seriously.
You want to tickle the child that still resides inside.
You want to tweak the mask and let it slip a bit.
You want to feel the shine in your own eyes and see it in everyone's eyes around you!
You think you can't sing with others, so you might as well LAUGH with others!
You want to connect with your heart in a different way. GO FOR IT!
Marcia Lind LifeFire Laughter Yoga participant
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING:
"Great time last evening: joyful, spontaneous, play and LOTS of laughter. The "spontaneity" was, of course, only possible because of the thoughtful, flexible, structure provided by Annie. I left light-hearted, open-bodied, and grateful to her and to all those joyful, laugh-loving playmates who gathered willingly to allow for silliness and fun. I look forward to Annie's next laughter session."
Oakland Lifefire Laughter Club attendee
"If you want to meet a great group of people, have a blast, and laugh...this is the group for you! I had so much fun and everyone was so nice and welcoming!" Meagan
Oakland Lifefire Laughter club attendee
"After an hour of laughter yoga led by Annie, I felt relaxed and energized and continued to laugh throughout the day. It felt great. It was also a fun team exercise and really had us connecting with each other through this shared experience. Annie's approach makes the instruction fun, insightful, and easy."