From Stressed to Desserts – A Laughter Playshop
Somewhere in all of us is a connection to joy and laughter that may have been buried or forgotten in the business of our lives. Laughter is an easy and fun way to reduce the stress in your life and help you cope with everyday challenges. Deb will show you how to re-connect as she leads you through simple exercises that will bring out the laughter in you!
During this playshop you will:
- learn how chaos and overwhelm can be reduced or eliminated from your life
- learn about the effects of laughter on the body
- learn about the importance of connecting with your breath
- develop an awareness of the messages that your body is sending to you
- play and use your imagination while participating in laughter exercises
- most importantly – laugh!
Participants will be invited to use their imaginations, to pretend and to do some physical playing during this presentation. The physical exertion is minimal and a willingness to play is expected! You can take the playshop once or take it again and again – the more often you participate, the deeper your transformation and reconnection to joy!
The Next Playshop will be held on November 19th from 9:30 – 11:00 am.
What people are saying:
“Deb’s laughter workshop was really amazing. Laughter is such a simple thing to do that produces amazing results almost instantly. Everyone should attend at least one of Deb’s laughter workshops. Thank you for a great morning.”
“Wow, Deb’s workshop was amazing. I learnt how very important laughter is for our body, mind and spirit. I felt so much more relaxed when I left and took away many tools. I could use in my everyday life to raise my happiness level. Thanks Deb for sharing your knowledge with me.”
“Deb is a fantastic facilitator and coach. Her sessions always leave me feeling better when I go out than when I came in!”
“Excitement + Anticipation + Participation + Adventure = From Stressed to Desserts. I highly recommend Deb’s playshop to everyone who needs to find how to create more joy within themselves and into the lives of others. Well Done!!!”