Laughter for the Health of It with Dave Berman

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Through the ages, laughter has supported wellness and made us feel good. Now, thanks to modern research and the global health craze of laughter yoga, we know exactly why. Laughing, even on purpose and without jokes, creates significant changes in both the mind and body. Join Cindy Locher and Jody Kimmell as they talk with this episode's guest, Dave Berman, co-author (with one of our previous guest Kelley T. Woods) of Laughter for the Health of It for a discussion of laughter yoga! About Dave: Dave Berman takes laughter very seriously. Whether leading laughter groups, working with hypnosis and coaching clients, or writing articles and books, Dave is a passionate educator about the mind/body connection and an ambassador for the laughter yoga movement. Learn more about Dave and Laughter Yoga at www.laughterforthehealthofit.com. As always, more information about hypnotherapy with Jody and Cindy at www.MinnesotaHypnosis.com and www.MidwestHypnotherapyAcademy.com.

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