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Laughter Yoga

Laughter Yoga is a blend of yogic breathing, stretching, body movement, and laughter exercises that cultivate childlike playfulness, lightness, forgiveness, tolerance, compassion and relaxation. 

Laughter Yoga gives adults the ability to laugh joyfully once again like we did when we were young and bypasses the intellectual system that normally acts as a brake on natural laughter.   As children, we laugh 200-300 times per day.  By the time we are adults, we only laugh on average 15-20 times per day.  Where did the joy go?  By removing these layers of inhibition, judgment, conditioning, stress and mental roadblocks created by self, family and society, we tune into our own inner joy and lively expression.  Beneath these barriers lies an infinite ability to laugh and when we remove these obstacles, we develop a positive mental attitude and gain valuable tools to approach life from a new perspective, so that when difficulty arises, we can more easily cope with whatever is happening and even laugh from a deep space in our mind, bodies and spirit. 

  • Invite more laughter and joy into your everyday life reducing stress and worry.

  • Activate your natural laughter through high energy movement and exercises.

  • Remove layers of judgment and shame in order to reconnect with your playful inner child. 

  • Gain new and fresh perspectives about your past, present and future. 

 

Private groups for friends, family, work environments, social groups and more available around Israel.

 

Meditation Groups

"When mind knows, we call it knowledge.

When heart knows, we call it love.

And, when being knows, we call it meditation." ~OSHO 

Meditation is a key factor for self-reflection, awareness, release and integration. Often, when we go through very deep processes or life events without a meditation component, we may find ourselves more confused than when we started. Meditation allows us to be present with all that is and all that isn’t.  Meditation serves as the link between what we understand externally to how we understand and digest it internally.  It offers us meaning and validity and is a path toward knowing ourselves better. Making space for this time to be intimate with ourselves will go on supporting us as long as we are willing to make it important.

  • Experience full presence and awareness, right here, right now.

  • Dedicate time to be intimate with yourself for self-reflection, integration and letting go.

  • Complement any emotional process or daily life activities through a large variety of meditations.

  • Create an inner support system for yourself.

  • Invite the quality of meditation to permeate in all areas of your life.

  • Pinpoint which meditation techniques are most meaningful for you.

As a meditator myself, I feel it is crucial to include meditation techniques in my work with people.  I feel blessed to have hundreds of meditations at my fingertips deriving from the glorious world of OSHO’s active and passive meditations, Guided Imagination, Tibetan Buddhism, Sufism, and Ho’oponopono.

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