Developing a laughter yoga practice helps develop self-confidence and improves self-esteem.
Participating in simple, playful movements while laughing requires we get in touch with our inner child. If we embrace playfulness and leave our inhibitions behind, we learn to grow outside our comfort zone.
If we can quit taking ourselves too seriously for even a few minutes, we can learn to love to laugh and do it more often. Laughter helps us better cope with difficulties and helps us feel less overwhelmed by stressful situations.
In this way, laughter helps us holistically, healing our spirit and our minds.
Consider joining us in two weeks for laughter yoga/exercise with Shoji Bridge.