13/12/2019 : Laughter Yoga Cambridge Chesterton

Laughter Yoga Cambridge (Chesterton)

CityCambridge
CountyScottish Borders (GB120)
Date13/12/2019
Hours09:30
CategoriaEvents
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Cambridge
Scottish Borders (GB120)
Tel 2019-12-13
Categoria Events
Laughter Yoga Cambridge Chesterton

Details: please read. The session lasts up to one hour, all ages welcome. You do not need any equipment, wear something comfortable, bring some water, that's all. Also, be willing to have fun and be playful. We do not do yoga stretches. It is laughter exercises combined with yogic deep breathing techniques. Everyone wants laughter and happiness in their lives. Laughter Yoga is an exercise routine that is sweeping the world and is a complete well-being workout, designed by a medical doctor from India, Dr Madran Kataria. The concept of Laughter Yoga is based on the scientific fact that the body cannot differentiate between fake and real laughter. It creates feel good hormones either way, to which we add yogic breathing technique for added well-being. Benefits of Laughter Yoga: good mood and more laughter; healthy exercise (it's like an aerobic exercise); reduces stress and strengthens the immune system.

Laughter is a positive energy that improves quality of life. It helps to create a positive mental state, giving hope and optimism. Contra-indications: Laughter Yoga is not a substitute for medical consultation for physical, mental and psychological illnesses, but is a powerful natural complementary form of healing. It is like any other aerobic exercise and may not be suitable for everyone as it involves some physical strain and a rise in intra-abdominal pressure. Some people may have pre-existing medical conditions and one should take reasonable precaution before doing laughter exercises, or indeed any form of exercise. It is contra-indicated for people suffering from - Any kind of hernia, Heart disease with angina pain, Persistent cough with breathlessness, Uncontrolled high blood pressure, Incontinence of urine, Epilepsy, Advanced (bleeding) piles and haemorrhoids or any bleeding tendencies in any part of the body, Severe backache, Any acute symptoms of cough, cold and fever.People who have undergone major surgery should wait at least three months before doing Laughter Yoga.
If in doubt, first consult a medical professional for guidance. Anyone undergoing physician-prescribed therapy that experiences improvements through laughter should seek the advice of their doctor before reducing dosage or stopping treatment.Relative contra-indications: Those suffering from heart disease and high blood pressure but are stable on medication and can take a brisk walk for 30 minutes without any symptoms can do Laughter Yoga with advice from medical specialists. People who have undergone surgery can also do Laughter Yoga after their stress test is normal. Pregnancy is also a relative contra-indication. Women with previous history of miscarriages and also those who are in advanced stage of pregnancy should take medical advice from specialists before doing laughter exercises.
People suffering from minor and major psychiatric disorders can participate in a laughter session except those who are not in touch with reality, e.g. Schizophrenia, Hyper mania (manic part of bipolar depression). Laughter Yoga is like any other aerobic exercise. Should you experience any discomfort, please discontinue and get medical advice. Please use your common sense. If you feel sudden or new pain during the session, please leave the session immediately, or advise the leader if you require assistance. Minor discomforts after doing Laughter Yoga Heaviness in the head or mild headache:Some people complain about heaviness in the head or mild to moderate headache after doing Laughter Yoga exercises. This is quite common, and it settles down on its own. However, if it continues it may be due to excessive force being applied during laughter exercises.
Take it easy, and do the laughter exercises gently. Put more emphasis on feelings and enjoying the exercises rather than applying force. Other possibilities of persistent headache after Laughter Yoga exercises are high blood pressure and chronic migraine headaches. People must get their blood pressure checked if they are on the borderline or have hypertension before doing Laughter Yoga exercises. On the other hand, we have had many people suffering from migraine headaches for years who have benefited from doing Laughter Yoga. As one of the reasons for precipitation of migraine attacks is stress and pent-up emotions, Laughter Yoga acts like an emotional release. Throat irriitation and dry cough:Another common complaint is irritation in the throat or mild cough.
This is also quite normal and people should be reassured and advised not to laugh too hard. Drink water throughout the activity.   FAQs Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? All ages welcome (children to be accompanied by a responsible adult) What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? Four hours free on-street parking on St Andrew's Road.  What can I bring into the event? Bring water. Wear comfortable clothing (no need for sports wear or matts). How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Email: [email protected]: 07766 443513  What's the refund policy? No refund available. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Either print copy or show ticket on Eventbrite app on your smart phone.  Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Only by prior arrangemant minimum 48 hours before the event.  Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? No.

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