Over the 8 week programme we explore the background of Laughter therapy and why we laugh for no reason as an exercise. We discover how motion creates emotion and the difference between happiness and joy. We learn how to train ourselves to laugh, bring our laughter therapy into everyday life and more, with the added benefit of being able to practice as a team
An important part of learning to laugh is also learning to breathe.We use some traditional yoga breathing exercises to increase the level of Oxygen in the body.The breathing exercises also activate the parasympathetic system, which is calming branch of the autonomic nervous system, thereby reducing stress. .
Laughter therapy naturally increases the Oxygen to the brain making the team more energised and creative.
Relationships improve when people laugh more. This will means the team work more effectively together. But the benefits of improved relationships is not limited to just the laughers, all the people they come into contact with will also benefit, family, friends and customers.
The laughers will feel happier, healthier and better able to cope with everyday life, thereby reducing absenteeism and staff turnover.
If customer service is important to your business imagine having staff with a spring in their step and a sparkle in their eye. These are the side effects of regular laughter practice.