Research Paper – Voluntary Facial Expression Produces Corresponding Emotions in the Brain

While in the process of conceptualizing and evolving Laughter Yoga in 1995, I went through several research studies about how faking emotions can produce real physiological and psychological changes. One such study was by Paul Ekman, published in 1990, which corroborated very well with Professor William James’ theory of motion creates emotion. Here is the…

Online Laughter Summit

Online Laughter Summit Laughter Yoga teacher Jo-Dee Walmsley, has organized an online Laughter Summit, for the first time, from 19th to 23rd January, 2018. You will learn from more than 30 experts talking about their experiences and practical skills in different areas of application of Laughter Yoga. Don’t miss this opportunity! For more details click…