Laughter Yoga with Tilsa

Weekly Class:

Laughter Yoga

with Tilsa

When : 

Monday & Wednesday

Time:

12:00PM – 1:00PM

Facilitator:

Tilsa Thomas

Cost:

$15 per person

Bookings Essential:

0488 215 745

Laughter Yoga combines playful exercises to stimulate laughter with yoga breathing, that anyone can do anytime, anywhere that results in health and happiness.

It is a fun, social aerobic exercise program, that enables people to laugh even when they don’t feel like it, with eye contact the laughter becomes real.

It works on the concept that the mind can not tell the difference between real and simulated laughter, so all we have to do is put the body into a physical state of laughter and then the mind will follow. Once it does it releases a cocktail of drugs that help to cure and heal a variety of conditions.

The reason that we need to do Laughter Yoga is because the laughter is sustained for a period of between 15 to 30 minutes and comes from the belly.

Laughter is alive, it’s interpersonal and it’s so freeing. Laughter vibrates the parasympathetic nervous system and organs, relaxing and soothing the body, moving toxins and circulating fresh oxygen around the body.

Laughter yoga is the opportunity to laugh, breath deeply, smile, move, feel connected and relax so you can enjoy life.


Laughter Yoga has far-ranging benefits in the areas of: social wellbeing, and physical and psychological health. For individuals, Laughter Yoga’s benefits can be life-changing. Businesses and organisations that support Laughter Yoga create happier, healthier hubs of humanity.

  • Stress Management
  • Resilience
  • Mindfulness
  • Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Creativity
  • Workplace Wellbeing

Laughter Yoga has the power to change your mood within minutes by releasing ‘happy hormones’ called endorphins. You feel the benefits from the very first session.

The playfulness of Laughter Yoga also can help reset your outlook on life. Through Laughter Yoga, you can learn to cope better with negative situations, difficult people or upsetting circumstances.

Laughter triggers positive emotions enabling participants to be more productive, alert, focused, joyful and present.

For more detailed information on Laughter Yoga and research studies please visit: laughteryoga-australia.org/