Typical Laughter Yoga Sessions Have Four Exercise Steps

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What Exactly Happens At Laughter Yoga Sessions?

Typical Laughter Yoga Sessions Have Four Exercise StepsLaughter Yoga Sessions are led by a Laughter Leader or Teacher, who controls the Laughter Session…

explains and gives commands to start and to complete the different Laughter Exercises.

The Leader guides the members to start and complete the Laughter Exercises together for improved group dynamic.

During most Laughter Yoga Exercises, group members keep moving, and establish eye contact with others in the group.

Most Laughter Yoga Sessions focus on enjoyment, rather than force, while doing laughter exercises.

The Laughter Yoga Session strives to cultivate childlike playfulness during Laughter Yoga Exercises.


Typical Laughter Yoga Exercise Sessions Have Four Steps

A typical Laughter Yoga sessions consists of  four steps as follows:


Step 1. Clapping and Warming-Up Exercises 

Clap hands parallel to each other for full finger-to-finger and palm-to-palm contact…

thus stimulating Acupressure points in our hands to increase energy levels.

Rhythm is added to the clapping, to further increase energy levels and group synchronicity, often a 1-2, 1-2-3 rhythm.

Movement is then added. There are many variations…

but most move hands up and down and swing from side to side, with corresponding movements of the hands and feet.


A simple chant is added to the clapping, normally HO, HO, HA-HA-HA.

These are heavy exhalations that come from the belly, to stimulate diaphragmatic breathing.

Adding dance movements boosts feelings of happiness and joy.

Enthusiastic clapping, chanting and movement, help build positive energy…

gets the diaphragm moving and creates a positive group dynamics in preparation for Laughter.


Gibberish – Warm up Exercise 


Gibberish is a language of sounds without meaning.

Children speak gibberish when learning to speak and during play.

Gibberish may be used as a Warm up Exercise in Laughter Yoga…

to help people to loosen up and reduce inhibitions and shyness.


Step 2: Deep Breathing Exercises 


Laughter Exercises are interspersed with Deep Breathing Exercises to help flush the lungs…

and also bring physical and mental relaxation.


Step 3: Childlike Playfulness 


One of the objectives of Laughter Yoga is to cultivate Childlike Playfulness that helps us to Laugh Without Reason.

A happy chant to use after a Laughter Exercise:

VERY GOOD (Clap Forward),

VERY GOOD (Clap Forward),

YAAAAAAY (Swinging arms up into a Y shape with thumbs up in childish exuberance and exhilaration).


Step 4: Laughter Exercises 



Physical Laughter Exercises 
Some groups incorporate light Physical Exercises between bouts of Laughter…

especially when Laughter Clubs meet in the morning for Seniors and special groups.

The Physical Exercises chosen may promote mobility through:

Stretching eases:
Cervical Spondylosis,
Neck Stiffness,
Frozen Shoulder,
and other common complaints of Seniors.

Some Laughter Yoga groups perform Laughter Exercises in a more energetic way…

and develop high energy exercises (like power Yoga).

This can be invigorating with very high levels of energy being generated.


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