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Laugh and Transform Your Whole Life - Kirkland Happy Hour
When I discovered Laughter Yoga 12 years ago it felt like the answer to my prayers. I was going through a very sad time in my life, my marriage was falling apart and I was exploring a variety of unconventional ways of keeping my spirits high so I could build a future on a foundation of optimism. Encountering this international, joyful group, lead by Dr. Madan Kataria, who were raising their vibration and shifting their body chemistry by laughing intentionally, as a body exercise without the use of comedy, humor or jokes was a revelation. I jumped at the chance to learn how + why + to get in on the magic. This practice is easy to learn and lots of fun besides. The magic laughter is available for everyone. We meet once a month in Redmond to practice and share everything we know about laughter and we invite you to join us. Its a good time! After we laugh we will spill out into Kirkland to find a glass of wine and other happy hour offerings.

Kirkland Public Library

308 Kirkland Ave · Kirkland

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What is Laughter Fusion?

Laughter Fusion is a variation of Laughter Yoga that integrates Self Directed Laughter + Dance + Play.

Laughter Yoga is fun and revitalizing form of physical exercise practiced by every day people around the world who laugh on purpose, before anything is funny, without the need for comedy humor or jokes. Unlike any yoga yoga you’ve done before, this unique form of exercise harnesses the power of laughter in the body to create a surge of feel good and healing hormones. When we laugh on purpose, our body quickly relaxes and our mind responds by shifting its view of the world to one consistent with a joyful body chemistry.

Laughter Yoga delivers immediate results of good feeling, confidence and vitality, without anything ever needing to be funny.

As a facilitated experience, laughter is sustained deeply for longer periods of time than we normally laugh while we engage in light-hearted pantomime, free-form dance and play. As we warm up to laughing for a minute or more, it becomes easy to repeat and we stretch open this place that keeps our laughter in a constricted and limited state until it is flowing freely, jubilantly and unconditionally.


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