Look out world: laughter yoga is here and it’s all fun and games

Laughter yoga is not just about a crazy new pose, but more so about getting in touch with yourself through giggling.

Laughter yoga coach, Francine Shore, runs a practice that focuses on diaphragmatic breathing rather than posture and seeks to help students heal as well as feel through a collective experience based in laughter and silliness.

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Chalk full of mental and physical health benefits, laughter yoga strengthens the immune system, decreases depression and anxiety as well as fosters a sense of connectivity.

There are over 16,000 laughter clubs today around the globe, so what are you waiting for?