Posted on 2023-04-29
Susan Susan

Hasyayoga / Laughter Yoga

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Describe what will happen during the experience

I am Tess, and I am an Inclusive Wellbeing Coach based in Somerset, UK. I believe that life opportunites await you and you can make the absolute best of these - you have the power to make this happen. I am a UK Selfcare Forum Champion with a passion for laughter and helping others to help themselves.

​I have a professional training and development background and am CIPD qualified. I am also a member of the Laughter Association UK (LAUK). I have years of experience as a Development and Training Professional, coaching, mentoring and training and managing teams. I enjoy working with people and seeing them flourish.

I undertook my certified laughter yoga training through the Dr Kataria International Laughter Yoga University in 2017 - I am often referred to as the Laughter Goddess. In the summer of 2022 I qualfied as both a Laughter Yoga Teacher and a Laughter Coach and completed Emergency First Aid at Work training. Added to this, I am also Balance Procedure Practioner, a Reiki Therapist and a DoTerra Essential Oils Ambassador.

Purpose of the experience

Have a good laugh with Hasyayoga / Laughter Yoga

Will there be a physical touch between the recipient and the creator?


Location of the experience

  • Virtual

Who should avoid it? Under 18? Pregnant? Allergies and phobias?

​Laughter Yoga does not claim to be any sort of miracle cure and should not be used as a substiture for a medical consutlation. However, it is a natural complementary form of healing which can be powerful. There is some physical strain involved and a rise in intra-abdominal presure, so laughter yoga could be contradicated for those who suffer from any diseases that are in a severe or uncontrolled state. These include the following (this is not a complete list but an indication of types of conditions): Heart Disease Any kind of Hernia Advanced (bleeding) piles and haemorrhoids Epilepsy Severe back ache Major Psychiatric disorders Anything with acute symptoms Please note that anyone who has undergone major surgery should wait at least 3 months before doing Laughter Yoga, as with most other therapies. If in doubt please consult a medical professional for guidance. Anyone already undergoing physician-prescribed therapy that experiences improvements through laughter should seek the advice of their doctor before reducing the dosage of their medication or stopping treatment.

Should the recipient source medical advice prior to this experience?


Do you offer medical advice for this experience?


Your bio and contact

Bookings accepted via phone or email but must be confirmed via email please.
All bookings secured with a £50 non refundable deposit.
Payment for services due 7 days before your booked event please.

How do you take payments?

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