Laughter yoga opens doors for countless people like Laughter Yoga Leader Silvia Mecca and me who have made laughter a part of our lives. After encountering laughter yoga, Silvia returned to Milan, Italy, where she now leads laughter yoga sessions. It nourishes her heart and soul.
Others have incorporated laughter into their work, they tell me. Apart from laughing every day, I lead laughter yoga sessions and write about the benefits of laughter therapy.
My first book “If You Think The Water Is Cold”, available on Amazon.com, is based on the story of a cancer survivor Tan Siew Khim. See Dr. Kataria’s endorsement of the book:
Cancer does not kill. Fear of cancer kills more. Tan Siew Khim’s book will be an inspiration for millions of people around the world to heal from cancer and live a better quality of life. Laughter yoga increases oxygen levels in the cells, which helps fight cancer cells. It has given Siew Khim positive energy to keep her mind strong, so she can keep the cancer cells under control. -- Dr. Madan Kataria, founder, Laughter Yoga Clubs Movement