Laughter Media and Research
Wellness Show - Channel 7
Clubs Victoria Inc was featured on Channel 7's The Wellness Show in March click
to see it. The interview with our illustrious President, Mahes, begins 14
minutes into the program. This will be another great opportunity to help
promote the health and wellbeing aspects of Laughter Yoga. Please share about
this with you friends and with the laughter clubs, thank you.
Phillipa Challis and her brilliant chapter in a book
Phillipa Challis is Founder of Laughter Clubs Victoria Inc and the Geelong Laughter Club has a record of never missing a Saturday down at Geelong. They are up to 676 sessions. Pip as she is warmly known, has contributed a chapter regarding her life and laughter involvement in the second edition of Look Who's Talking
compiled by Bev Brough. Here is a link to an article regarding the book and a lovely photo of Phillipa
Here is the link to another article in the newspaper, which makes a great read about the laughter club
.Doing Defies Depression
Laughter - A Great Tonic For Depression Channel 9 Did a Terrific Coverage of the Benefits of Laughter in June 2014
Channel 9 News, June 2014Dialysis Patients and Laughter Yoga Research
A research done on the Dialysis patients in Melbourne by Deakin University and Laughter yoga therapist Merv Neal may provide a boost to 11,000 Australians on dialysis. Read more "The Age" 16 December 2013: Laughter Yoga - The Best Medicine
Herald Sun Article 'Laughter Best Medicine for Stressheads'
Here is a great article which is a new study from Deakin Psychologists into the benefits of laughter in business. Herald Sun Article 'Laughter is the Best Medicine For Stress Heads.