Discover The Health Benefits Of Laughter Yoga (February)

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Discover The Health Benefits Of Laughter Yoga (February)
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Discover the Health Benefits of Laughter Yoga (February)

Let go and go with the flow in this breathing and movement exercise for people of all ages and physical abilities. Discover how to utilize the power of breathing to oxygenate the brain and body, strengthen your immune system, reduce stress and re-awaken joy. The mental and physical health benefits of laughter continue to be confirmed by hundreds of studies and testimonials. Laughter Yoga exercises are fun, simple, and easy to apply in your daily life. When practiced in a group, the exercises create a healing, transcendent experience, where emotions are released in a healthy and productive way. There are no on-the-floor exercises, and no yoga mats or special exercise clothing is required.
Lainie Diamond

Lainie Diamond is a certified Laughter Yoga instructor trained in New York City by Vishwa Prakash. At the Houston Public Library, she created the first weekly, public Laughter Yoga meeting in Houston, “Houston, We Have Laughter!” Her diverse range of Houston clients include mentally and physically challenged adults at The Center, seniors with Alzheimer’s disease, and military veterans at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center. She is also a professional classical singer. Learn more at www.houstonlaughteryoga.com.
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By: The Jung Center of Houston, Texas