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With COVID Pandemic continuing into 2021, Laughter Yoga sessions continued to take place using the Zoom application on-line.  As part of the team on the Daily Giggle Channel, here is a screen-shot from one of our sessions in March 2021:

As summer 2021 drew on, I ran a monthly ‘in-person’ Laughter Yoga session in a coupe of local parks – here’s the one in Mary Stevens Park, Stourbridge on 17 July 2021:

24 August 2019 Laughter Yoga sessions at Camper Calling Festival, Ragley Hall, Warwickshire – Mexican Wave Mandala laughter …..

5 May 2019 Oner minute Laughter for World Peace on World Laughter Day – Stourbridge:

18 April 2019 One Minute Laughter for World Peace with Dudley Laughter Club:

13 March 2019 – A short introduction video explaining what happens during a Laughter Yoga session:

A very proud moment …. being presented with Laughter Ambassador Award by Dr Madan Kataria at the Global Laughter Conference, Frankfurt on 25 June 2017


LaughBirmingham Laughter Flashmob as part of National Laughter Week in Birmingham City Centre


Red Nose Day Sessions up to 24 March 2017

The total amount the Laughter Yoga Professionals Team raised was £ 845.20


Red Nose Day session at Dudley Leisure Centre


Laughter session at Sainsburys, Amblecote (23 March)


Addermoor Farm Primary School, Coventry (March)


Saturday Special Group – 4 February 2017


Group photo from Laughter Yoga – Basic Skills Workshop – 7 January 2017

Here is a photo from our festive Laughter Club Wordsley on 12 December 2016

3 November 2016 Last session of an 8-week Laughter Yoga & Mindfulness workshop – Diwali Celebration for the Sikh & Hindu Community Group in Dudley


10-12 June 2016 Laughter Conference and Festival:

Improvisation workshop in the woods at Cabourne Parva

12-6-16 Improvisation Activity with Annette - Cabourne Parva

6 June 2016 – LaughBirmingham – Laughter Flashmob:

010 Laughter Flashmob Birmingham

Laughter Flashmob in Victoria Square

009 Roller-coaster - Laughter Flashmob - Birmingham

Roller-Coaster Laughter in Victoria Square

April / May 2016 – Niamh Conway-Carroll, Journalism student from Staffordshire University created a documentary as part of her thesis showing the benefits of Laughter Yoga based on video footage and discussions with participants from both Wordsley and Malvern ‘Merrie Maggie’ Laughter Club sessions:

January 2016 – used Face Masks during a Laughter Yoga session with Halesowen Asian Elders:


The end to the November 2015 Laughter Club session in Wordsley, Stourbridge was ‘electric’.  Check out this photo:


On 2 September 2015, I took part in the London Laughing Tube Flashmob – here is a photo of me on the tube …. laughing:

2-8-15 London Laughing Tube Flashmob8-Maggie

Before we went onto the tube, we did a warm-up Laughter Yoga session in Green Park, here is a short video of part of our warm-up:

March 2015 – Paint your Face Funny for Comic Relief:


May 2014 with Wyre Forest District Council:


In August 2013, we did ‘Appreciation Laughter’ wearing flamboyant face masks:


Another photo at the end of a Laughter Yoga session taken in February 2013:

11-2-13 Laughter Meditation at Merrie Maggie's

At the end of a laughter Yoga session, participants take part in Laughter Meditation where they sustain deep belly laughter for up to 5 minutes.  This is the climax of the session, which is both exhausting and invigorating:

Laughter Meditation

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