Alexa’s zoom Monday Night zoom Laughter Club is currently on hiatus and will return in October. She will continue to lead in-person, pop-up laughter sessions in her community throughout the summer.
Meanwhile, if you are interested in finding a zoom laughter club in the USA and beyond, please check out this facebook group page, with special listings
To find a laughter pop up, check out Alexa’s listings on meetup .
For pop-ups , weather permitting, join us in-person but with no touch exercises and safe-distancing at Rose Tree Park’s Gazebo area, 1671 N. Providence Rd., Media, PA 19063. Wear comfortable clothing, pack a bottle of water and bring a chair or blanket for final meditation. No yoga poses and no yoga mats.
What’s the difference between a Laughter Club and a Laughter Session?
Laughter clubs are a bit like laughter labs. At a laughter club the leader usually doesn’t know who will be showing up to laugh. This teaches the leader to be flexible and we incorporate lots of improvisation. Laughter clubs are experimental, fun and most of the time less structured than a customized Laughter Yoga session for a specific group (for example: with children, older adults, recovery groups or the corporate world). Also, depending on the leader, the laughter club meetings can be co led by different people in the group.
Laughter clubs are generally FREE or by donation.
Customized Laughter Yoga sessions for groups, booked by a client, are usually paid for by the client, unless the leader donates a session. These sessions are also more structured to create a one-of-a-kind laughter experience, meaningful and practical for that particular group.
Laughter Yoga clubs are social community clubs, where people of all backgrounds and cultures can join together through laughter.