Laughter Yoga

Health & Wellness
Laughter Yoga
Gather Exclusive!
Apr 22, 2021 Apr 22, 2021 1440 https://www.gatherlearning.com/classes/laughter-yoga Laughter Yoga Brought to you by UCSF + Gather
Starts:
Apr 22, 2021
Anytime
Time:
6:00 pm
Anytime
Sessions:
1
Price:
$
FREE

Laughter is contagious and has a powerful and immediate effect on our mind, body and spirit. Our bodies can’t tell the difference between real or simulated laughter. This class involves deep breathing, stretching, clapping, and laughter exercises. Our laughter exercises in this class can: Increase blood flow and oxygen to all the major organs; Enhance endorphin levels which make us feel uplifted and reduce pain' Stimulate immune, digestive, and cardiac systems; Reduce stress levels; Relax, strengthen, and lengthen the muscles with stretching; Help create a laughing community and be fun!

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