Let's get together and
Laugh Together
explore the benefits and varieties of laughter

Friday, May 22,
Somerville Laughter Club at Unity
7pm - 8pm
(stay longer to socialize)
6 William Street, Somerville
(Unity Somerville)

Thursday, June 4
Laughter Club at the Somerville Main Library
7pm - 8pm
(stay longer to socialize)

79 Highland Ave., Somerville

FREE

Explore the different styles of laughter using body movement, learning through laughter how the body creates happiness and how much easier it is to smile. We bland laughter with Interactive Mindfulness.

We are family friendly.

Donation to cover the rental

$5 per person
$5 per couple or group
$5 per family

     Walter Ness,
Is a Certified Laughter Yoga Leader
who introduces Energy Laughter as part of the laughter experience.

 Walter takes his various discoveries about laughter and uses it in his Energy Theater productions. Audiences love the laughter in each live performance. YouTube.com/EnergyTheater

click here for Ecstatic Laughter Video

Here some information from Self Magazine
 

50% the percentage by which your blood vessels can widen when you're laughing, compared to when you're stressed.  To get that same heart-healthy benefit, you'd have to either get a prescription for cholesterol-lowering drugs or bank up to 10 full minutes of cardio for every minute of laughter.

"We believe that laughter actually protects against heart disease,"

says study author Michael MillerMD., professor of medicine at the University of Maryland.

 

Laughter=Zen

Laughter increases gamma brain waves the same ones activated during meditation, they make you feel focused and alert but also calm,

 

6:03 pm, the time of day when people find jokes the funniest.

Researchers recorded when users rated jokes online and examined how the ratings changed throughout the day. (Least funny time: 1:30 A.M.)

 

A funny trick for flat abs?

Laughter yoga, which combines yogic breathing with giggles, activates your internal obliques 150 percent more than crunches do. 

 

1 sugar free fudge pop.  Roughly what you burn off if you laugh for 15 minutes straight.