Eleven years ago Dr Madan Kataria, an Indian doctor and student of Yoga was writing a paper for a medical journal titled 'Laughter is the best medicine'.
Convinced of the medical benefits of laughter and Yogic breathing exercises, Doctor Kataria was searching for a way to bring these benefits to modern man. In a flash of inspiration Laughter Yoga was born and today countless people all over the world are enjoying the benefits of a daily dose of laughter practicing Laughter Yoga at laughter clubs or at their workplace.
Research is available that shows laughter helps keep us healthy, removes the negative effects of stress and helps boost the immune system.
There are Laughter Yoga training retreats, conferences, books, testimonials, a foundation and much more information online at sites like www.laughteryoga.org.