Laughter Yoga is a revolutionary idea—simple and profound. An exercise routine, that is sweeping the world and is a complete wellbeing workout. It’s approach is to use laughter as a full body exercise. It has been proven that laughing is good for many things: it reduces anxiety, depression, loneliness, stress and tension. The physical benefits of laughter yoga include better circulation, increased production of happy hormones, improved ventilation, and reduced blood pressure and heart rate. Our emotions are so strong that when you act happy, you feel happy.
Laughter cannot solve your problems, but it can dissolve them by changing your body chemistry and mindset so you can face them in a better way. Laughter drives all negative thoughts and ill feelings away because of the feel-good hormones that it releases and boosts the immune system.
Come join in the laughter at the end of the Main Beach everyday at 8 am and Saturday at 10 am. For more information call 949-376-1939 or visit lyinstitute.org.
Also this week:
Musical guest for June 13th, 2013 will be Beautiful Baroque! Harpshichord & Flute featuring Florence & Robert Estrin. Robert Estrin, musician, composer and teacher, performs concerts and presentations on the piano, harpsichord and fortepiano. He will be performing Mozart as it was written for the harpsichord. Florence Estrin has a wide ranging career as a flutist. She has performed in many of the great concert halls including Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Florence will be presenting the Family of Flutes. For more information visit Laguna Beach Live.
Artist Crys Moore, who was the assistant to Beatriz da Costa, will lead you through her work of life, feeling and living. While she was alive she was an interdisciplinary artist known for her work at the intersection of contemporary art, science, engineering, and politics. Her projects took the form of public interventions and workshops, conceptual tool building, and critical writing. After the walk through Crys will do a Q & A session with the audience. For more information about Beatriz da Costa visit her site at beatrizdacosta.net. June 16th at 1 pm at the Laguna Art Museum, 307 Cliff Drive.