Laughter Ambassador and Laughter Yoga Master Trainer Lotte Mikkelsen welcomes you to the Laughter Yoga in London and UK website where you can read Laughter Yoga stories which started in 2002 when Lotte and Julie Whitehead started sharing Laughter Yoga around the UK, and have continued to grow, expand, and touch the nation with Laughter Yoga and happiness ripples for groups and individuals.
Please get in touch on email@example.com to discuss what you would like for your Laughter Yoga experience.
Welcome to the place where your event is at the heart of our Laughter Yoga workshops, seminars, conferences, taster sessions, hen parties, staff training, and other events you may organise.
This is Laughter Yoga in the UK – big on Laughter Yoga Training in London, St. Albans, Hemel Hempstead, Preston, Bristol, Durham and Online.
With decades of experience in delivering Laughter Yoga workshops and training you have reached the Experts in this field, real people who have experienced real life changes through the practice of Laughter Yoga,
- Lotte Mikkelsen, Laughter Ambassador and Laughter Yoga Master Trainer
I collaborate with many Laughter Colleagues and can direct you to them if you have a special request that I am unable to meet.
I love what I do because of the change I experience instantly in myself and the people I have the privilege to share Laughter Yoga with in workplaces, homes, training venues, festivals, indoors as well as outdoors.
What is Laughter Yoga?
Laughter Yoga is a fantastic way of keeping fit and healthy whilst having fun.
It all started in a park in Mumbai in 1995 with just 5 participants, and now there are thousands of Laughter Clubs in more than hundred countries around the world – just showing the need to laugh more.
Laughter Yoga is based on the principal that your body benefits from laughing even when we pretend to laugh. As long as you are willing to laugh you will get the psychological and physiological benefits of laughter. The good thing is that in our Laughter Exercises the simulated laughter soon turns into genuine, deep and hearty laughter.
It is a combination of deep breathing techniques from Yoga and playful laughter exercises. Usually practiced in groups where you can make eye contact and connect with your sense of childlike fun.
Laughter Yoga celebrates 25 years anniversary in 2020 and throughout all these years tens of thousands of individuals have benefited from this practice all over the world.
Laughter Yoga is now widely accepted by the medical and scientific world, and large organisations are using Laughter Yoga to enhance the wellbeing of their staff.
The first Sunday in May is WORLD LAUGHTER DAY when laughter yoga around the world is celebrated for Peace, Health and Happiness.