Author: Jason Richardson

FOR centuries we have known that laughter is the best medicine but there has never been a reliable delivery method until now. Gaye Hart recognised the value of fun and laughter when caring for her terminally ill father. She found even the smallest of daily amusements could keep up spirits amid the sadness. The experience led her to research laughter groups and she contacted Laughter Clubs Victoria to find out more about establishing a group on the Mornington Peninsula. Laughter yoga is an exercise routine that combines unconditional laughter with yogic breathing. First pioneered by Dr Madan Kataria in India,…