Laughter Club


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A group of people who meet regularly to laugh
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Mr Thomas, who lives in Zinj, co-founded the Kerala Catholic Association's Laughter Club in Bahrain along with his friend P U Devassy.
Due to the significant role of laughter therapy, many laughter clubs established and suggested to practice laughter in various countries.
A large group of people belonging to atleast 28 Laughter Clubs conducted a rally throughout the city to create awareness and spread the message of the beneficial virtues of laughter for human health and psyche.
And the trend appears to be catching on; there are now 10,000 laughter clubs in 70 countries around the world.
"I would like to encourage them to attend my laughter club and beat those winter blues."
You (police) can ask the laughter club to go elsewhere and laugh."
Laughter yoga is practised in more than 5000 social laughter clubs around the world and is now being offered commercially in yoga and fitness centres, aged-care facilities, schools, hospitals, business and government offices, says Robertson.
They belong to a Laughter Club and are practicing an offshoot of yoga called "laughter yoga" or "hasya yoga".
Angela, a photographer based in Sunderland, is the first person in the North East to achieve a special qualification meaning she could set up the first laughter club in the region.
Laughter Club International Home Page, www.hasyayoga.com (January 14, 2004).
And in the now-for-something-completely-different department, the club will host meetings of the Never Bored Game Club and the Eugene Laughter Club, a group promoting world peace through laughter.
In laughter club sessions, Kwan tells residents that the body doesn't know the difference between thinking about doing something and actually doing it.