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100 people across all ages attended Bondi’s first ever World Laughter Day celebration on 1st May 2016 at Bondi Beach. Bondi Pavilion’s Seagull Room was booked out by Bondi Beach Laughter Club, in unity with sponsors Waverley Council and Laugh And Live Well, a company founded in 2014...

If you are a perfectionist, it is likely that you hold yourself to a really high standard. You may be a perfectionist in all areas of your life, or just in some. For example, you may aim for perfection at work, but be sloppy with your house...

The Laughter Yoga University launched several new Skype laughter clubs in 2016, including Skype Laughter Club Australia, which meets online at 8:30pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (Sydney, Melbourne time) everyday, 365 days a year!   Skype Laughter Club Australia officially launched on Monday 11th January 2016.  I joined...

If you’re planning and hosting a laughter event such as a laughter conference or World Laughter Day celebration, social media can help you to connect with your audience and increase your event exposure. One way of enhancing your social media campaign is through a hashtag...

In laughter yoga classes, we choose to laugh, because we can and it’s good for our holistic health. We release built up stress and tension, experience a catharsis and leave feeling relaxed, energised and positive. But as is the case with any yoga practice, it’s...

Fancy starting your weekend with a good laugh, some sunshine and fresh sea air? Last Saturday, a group of Sydneysiders came along to do just that. They joined me for laughter yoga in the Ocean Room of The Bondi Pavilion and the new Bondi Beach...

This article was written during the research and planning phase of a laughter yoga class for people living with Parkinson’s and their carers. I was interested in understanding what Parkinson’s is, the symptoms experienced by people living with this condition and how a therapeutic approach...

When Dave Hume, from Brisbane Laughter Club, presented his idea of a laughter massage at the Laughter Wellness 2014 Conference in Brisbane, I was highly sceptical. When we practised performing a laughter massage with a partner, I thought it was a novelty and treated it...