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  • Today’s laughter menu

    1. Laughter handshake

    2. Laughter hands shake

    3. Body wake-up laughter

    4. Mechanical laughter pump

    (ho ho, ha ha, hee hee)

    5. Bicycle laughter

    6. Dusting laughter

    7. Bavarian laughter dance

    8. Lasso laughter

    9. Electric shock laughter

    10. Laughter shampoo

    11. Whipped cream pie laughter

    12. Silent laughter

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    Theme: gentle workout Population: social Laughter Clubs

    Prepared by: Sebastien Gendry Certified Laughter Wellness Instructor Training, Lesson One, Page 5

    Ten key words Authenticity | Fluidity

    Safe | Fun | Fast | Fresh

    Health | Joy | Community

    http://www.healinglaughter.org

    Five key reminders

    Five steps process

    1. Enjoy! No new pain.

    2. Make eye contact and interact lots.

    3. Just laughter, no talking.

    4. Act it out: fake is fine.

    5. Be enthusiastic.

    1. Tell: who, what, why.

    2. Show: group practice of clapping, breathing and 5 key reminders.

    3. Do (laughter workout): introduce each exercise by telling and showing what it is. Then do it.

    4. Laughing meditation: sit down (chair or floor) and alternate silence and free form laughter.

    5. Debrief and wrap up.

  • 1. Laughter handshake: laugh as you shake hands with people to greet them.

    2. Laughter hands shake: Lift your left hand up and laugh as you shake it vigorously for 20

    seconds or so. Relax, then lift the right hand up and do the same. Relax, then lift both hands up

    and do the same.

    3. Body wake-up laughter: Laugh as you gently slap your body. Start on the left at the shoulder

    going towards the hand with the palm facing up, and come back towards your body slapping the

    bottom of your extended arm. Go down the left side and the outside of the left leg using both

    hands, then come back up the inside of that leg, slap your lower and upper abdomen and left

    chest. Repeat on the right side.

    4. Mechanical laughter pump: This exercise has three parts. Show the example and ask people

    to follow your lead. (1) Laugh in "Ho Ho's" as you make circular motions with the arms and hands,

    as if turning the wheels of your bicycle. Start slow then pick up speed. (2) Laugh in "Ha Ha's" as

    you move your arms up and down in front of you. Again, start slow and progressively pick up

    speed. (3) Laugh in "Hee Hee's" as you push and pull your hands in front of you, slowly at first and

    progressively faster.

    5. Bicycle laughter: laugh as you ride on an imaginary bicycle. Try to lift one hand up, then two.

    Then close one eye, then both!

    6. Dusting laughter: while laughing, remove dust from your own clothes, an imaginary shelf (the

    higher the shelf, the better), or each other's clothes. If doing this as a group exercise, try to act

    together as a cleaning team.

    7. Bavarian laughter dance: slap one knee and say HA! Slap the other knee and say HA! Lean

    forward, slowly raise and lower one hand as you make an extended "aeeee" sound, then using

    both hands slap your knees several times in rapid succession and laugh as you hop around.

    8. Lasso laughter: play with an imaginary lasso. Chant an extended "aeee" sound as you make

    circles with one hand above your head, then laugh as you throw it and pull something back.

    9. Electric shock laughter: imagine that everything you touch gives you a shock of static

    electricity. Chant an extended "aeee" sound as you approach one finger to your target, then jump

    backward and laugh each time you touch it.

    10. Laughter shampoo: laugh as you lather up you hair and rinse.

    11. Whipped cream pie laughter: Chant an extended "aeee" sound each time you lean forward

    and pick up an imaginary whipped cream pie, then laugh as you throw it in someone's face and

    trying the best

    you can to avoid being hit yourself.

    12. Silent laughter: laugh silently, mouth closed, with compression.

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    1. Greeting laughter

    2. Just laugh

    3. Gradient laughter

    4. Cocktail laughter

    5. One meter

    6. Motorboat engine laughter

    7. Argument laughter

    8. Apology laughter

    9. Appreciation laughter

    10. Cell phone laughter

    11. Roller coaster laughter

    12. Hearty laughter

    Very good, very good, yes!

    Theme: classic exercises Population: social Laughter Clubs

    Prepared by: Sebastien Gendry Certified Laughter Wellness Instructor Training, Lesson Three, Page 12

    Ten key words Authenticity | Fluidity

    Safe | Fun | Fast | Fresh

    Health | Joy | Community

    http://www.healinglaughter.org

    Five key reminders

    Five steps process

    1. Enjoy! No new pain.

    2. Make eye contact and interact lots.

    3. Just laughter, no talking.

    4. Act it out: fake is fine.

    5. Be enthusiastic.

    1. Tell: who, what, why.

    2. Show: group practice of clapping, breathing and 5 key reminders.

    3. Do (laughter workout): introduce each exercise by telling and showing what it is. Then do it.

    4. Laughing meditation: sit down (chair or floor) and alternate silence and free form laughter.

    5. Debrief and wrap up.

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    .healinglaughter.org 1 . Greeting laughter: laugh as you greet one another (no words, only laughter)

    2. Just laugh: laugh as you shrug your shoulders and make a big smile as you try to convey the

    message with your eyes and body language "I absolutely don't know why I am laughing."

    3. Gradient laughter: smile, then giggle, then laugh slowly. Gradually increase in tempo and

    volume.

    4. Cocktail laughter: hold a pretend glass in each hand. Imagine pouring in as many happy

    thoughts as you can. Think of times when you were happy and laughing lots. Put those thoughts

    into your cups. Shake them all around. Now make an extended "aeeeeee" sound as you pour the

    content of one cup into the other a few times, then laugh as you drink. Allow the laugh to take

    over your body. Laugh and laugh some more.

    5. One meter laughter: stand with your feet a little apart and take both your hands to the left.

    Then chant an extended "aeeeeee" sound as you slide one arm over the other and stretch it to the

    opposite shoulder as in measuring one meter piece of fabric. There are three stages as you do

    this: First is when you touch the elbow while sliding, second is when you reach the opposite

    shoulder and the final position is when you stretch both your arms, push your chin up, open your

    mouth a bit wider and laugh heartily.

    6. Motorboat engine laughter: start your motorboat in 4 powerful laugh and drive it around.

    7. Argument laughter: laugh as you argue.

    8. Apology laughter: express apology in laughter language.

    9. Appreciation laughter: appreciate people laughing.

    10. Cell phone laughter: hold a cell phone to your ear and laugh as if you were listening to

    something hilarious.

    11. Roller coaster laughter (a.k.a. "swinging laughter"): lean forward and lift your arms up

    while making the extended sound of "aeeeee". End with arms over the head and laughing.

    12. Hearty laughter: hold your hands up above your head and laugh, looking up.

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    1. Greeting laughter

    2. Vowel movement laughter

    3. Open the curtains and laugh

    4. Rain and sunshine laughter

    5. Spring-cleaning laughter

    6. Laughter paintbrush

    7. “Hand-drying lettuce” laughter

    8. Hot soup laughter

    9. Laugh as you open and drink a

    bottle of wine

    10. Salt shaker laughter

    11. Washing dishes laughter

    12. Happy laughter song

    Very good, very good, yes!

    Theme: at home Population: social Laughter Clubs

    Prepared by: Sebastien Gendry Certified Laughter Wellness Instructor Training, Lesson Three, Page 13

    Ten key words Authenticity | Fluidity

    Safe | Fun | Fast | Fresh

    Health | Joy | Community

    http://www.healinglaughter.org

    Five key reminders

    Five steps process

    1. Tell: who, what, why.

    2. Show: group practice of clapping, breathing and 5 key reminders.

    3. Do (laughter workout): introduce each exercise by telling and showing what it is. Then do it.

    4. Laughing meditation: sit down (chair or floor) and alternate silence and free form laughter.

    5. Debrief and wrap up.

    1. Enjoy! No new pain.

    2. Make eye contact and interact lots.

    3. Just laughter, no talking.

    4. Act it out: fake is fine.

    5. Be enthusiastic.

  • 1. Greeting laughter: laugh as you greet one another (no words, only laughter)

    2. Vowel movement laughter: Good vowel and bowel movements in the morning and equally

    beneficial. Let's exercise! Laugh as you say the following sounds. Let’s start with: “A” has in

    “papa”: Aaaaa ha ha ha ha ha. Then “