Welcome to Laughter Clubs Victoria Incorported (LCVi)
Laughter is a powerful healing modality that is simple, fun and filled with laughter that works simultaneously on the body, mind and spirit. No particular equipment is required. All can practice and benefit. Expect no jokes or comedy. It's a form of exercise. We choose to laugh, because we can.
The benefits of laughter are scientifically documented. It's a practice that follows a systematic activity approach that guarantees fun and success to all, every time. To read about how the international laughter movement started and to read our mission and Vision Statement, go to the following page About Laughter Clubs Victoria Inc.
Christmas Get Together
If you can make it on 16th December to the Fed Square Laughter Club, details on the FaceBook page. We will be there in The Atrium at 11am for laughter, followed by a picnic, which you can bring or buy something nearby. Contact us for more info.
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We can do with more laughter club leaders and involvement to help spread the laughter epidemic in Melbourne and further. If you are trained and wish to refresh, this is also an option, to hang out together with laughter buddies and refresh your skills. The next training is the 2nd weekend in February 2019. For all information about Laughter Leader Training, go to Laughter Leader Training
Whereabouts are Community Laughter Clubs?
Laughter Clubs can be found throughout Melbourne and around Victoria and at Federation Square which meets 11am on the 1st and 3rd Sunday. It is in The Atrium.
Go to Laughter Club Locations to find your nearest Community Laughter Club.
LCVi Member Honoured with OAM
LCVi is excited to announce that one of our members, Founder and Life Member of LCVi, and Leader of Laughter Club Geelong, Phillipa Challis, received the Medal of the Order of Australia in the 2017 Queen's Birthday Honours List. Her citation reads for service to the Geelong community. Also, Phillipa's late husband Derek Challis was posthumously recognised with an OAM for his service to the wider community.
MediaCheck out the laughter exercise video from the World Laughter Day. Click here.
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