What, where, when?

What?

A Laughter Yoga workshop gives us a chance to reconnect with our own laughter. Be prepared to give yourself permission to have fun and be playful. The laughter initiated as an exercise in a group soon turns to real and contagious laughter. Every workshop is different with varied exercises and different group sizes.

In a workshop, we will start by warming up with rhythmic clapping. This will be followed by Laughter Yoga exercises. These are varied and involve acting out daily activities using laughter as the language of communication rather than words. In between laughter exercises, we will use deep breathing to oxygen our brain and body. We finish a workshop with a guided laughter meditation.

It is also a great activity for team bonding and business away day activities. Contact us and discuss your requirements so that we can plan a bespoke workshop for your company/group.

Come along and discover the benefits of Laughter Yoga for yourself. You can feel the benefits in the very first session, and will come out feeling healthier and more energetic. You’ll get to meet like-minded people and have some fun.

Where, When?

We have 2 venues, 4 workshops to choose from each month:

Ross Street Community Centre, Ross Street, Cambridge CB1 3UZ

  • First Tuesday of the month: 6.30 – 7.30pm
  • Second Monday of the month: 10.30-11.30 am

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/laughter-yoga-cambridge-romsey-town-tickets-54416065918

St Andrew’s Hall, St Andrew’s Road, Cambridge CB4 1 DH

  • Second Friday of the month: 09.30-10.30 am
  • Third Monday of the month: 6.30 – 7.30pm

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/laughter-yoga-cambridge-chesterton-tickets-59024663357

Go to the relevant page on Eventbrite and book your place (£5 online, £10 on the door)

For questions contact Muriel on 0776644 3513 or muriel.dahan@ntlworld.com

Free on-street parking at both venues.

No need for any equipment, just bring yourself and your willingness to laugh, as well as some water (laughter is thirsty work!). Wear something comfortable.
Open to all ages (children to be accompanied by one responsible adult).