When did you laugh last?  Did you know that the average adult laughs only 5-10 times a day while a small child laughs anywhere from 400-500 times a day.  What happened to our ability to laugh? Have we gotten so serious, or are we just too busy to laugh or worse, have we forgotten how to?

How about laughing with intention and on purpose? Catch Helen Chin Lui’s new Holistic Healing Cable Show – part 1 of 3, focusing on the benefits of Laughter with Linda and Bill Hanmaker, both Certified Laughter instructors. We talked about how we can consciously make it a habit to put laughter in our daily lives. So laugh often and out loud until you can feel the air in your belly.

In case you have missed this, there has been a 17-year study being conducted by the University of Australia on Laughter Yoga. So far they have found studies to show that Laughter Yoga to have enormous health benefits. It has proven to be a great therapeutic tool. Laughter Yoga with its unique features continues to draw the attention of scientists, psychologists and research scholars in related fields.  Read more. 

So if you missed my show, Holistic Healing on Medfield Cable TV, here is the link for Laughter Yoga. You can watch it from your home and laugh throughout. Happy laughing.

Helen Chin Lui is a certified Reflexologist, certified Energy Medicine and Reiki practitioner. She is the founder and owner of the Healing Place in Medfield. She specializes in helping clients with chronic digestive disorders and chronic pain. If you like a free copy of “Proven Alternative Ways to Heal Common Chronic Digestive Problems: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know Can Keep You From Healing,” please visit www.healingplacemedfield.com and sign up for our newsletter. As a bonus you will receive health tips, products and services.

To learn more about Reflexology, chakra balancing or energy medicine, email us at Healing Place or call us at 508 359-6463. If you feel you are unbalanced and feel numb, we can help you. We offer free 60 minute consultation.



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