Happy Valentine’s Day!

This V-Day, honor your true self. Love yourself for all your strengths and weaknesses. You are the sum of your life experiences. You are what you project. Don’t get caught up in the commercialism of this Valentine’s Day but instead, seek out those who make you feel good. Do something that makes you happy and fulfilled. You deserve it!

You don’t have to have a partner to enjoy this day. Just spread the love wherever you go. Acknowledge the people who cross your path, wherever you may be.

Pay someone a compliment and they will respond with a smile. Enjoy the smiles, practice positive communication, listen to your heart and to those around you. Laugh, relax, reach out to someone in need. Or just focus on yourself. How long has it been since your really payed attention to your own needs?

Turn up the music or enjoy the silence. Sing, hum, dance, connect with your heart again and you will be rewarded. You are loved.

Happy February!

This month is full of more good things to celebrate.

It’s American Heart Health Month a good reminder to pay attention to taking care of our well-being by focusing on the heart and what we can do to support heart-health. Reduce stress! Seek out ways to holistically heal and nurture.

I will be sharing my Laughter Yoga Heart Health program at Temple University Hospital’s Heart Health Awareness Day on February 16th. If you are local, join us for a FREE session from 1:30-2:30 PM! You can find us in the lobby area. This will be my 8th year and I am so grateful and excited to return and laugh with hospital staff and the community.

Happy Chinese New Year!

The Asian Lunar New Year of the Wood Dragon began on February 10th and we were reminded to

1) clear out the old to make room for the new

2) get together with friends and family and to

3) celebrate by sharing food and riches.

Wishing everyone Good Health, Abundance, Joy, Success and Peace for the coming year!

The symbol of the Dragon is amongst the strongest zodiac animals.

“Years of the Dragon include 2036, 2024, 2012, 2000, 1988, 1976, 1964, 1952… People born in Dragon years usually possess natural courage, tenacity, and intelligence, often displaying enthusiasm and confidence.

2024 is the Year of the Wood Dragon, beginning on February 10th, 2024 (Chinese New Year) and concluding on January 28th, 2025 (Chinese New Year’s Eve).

In Chinese culture, the Dragon holds a significant place as an auspicious and extraordinary creature, unparalleled in talent and excellence. It symbolizes power, nobility, honor, luck, and success. 2024 is forecasted to bring about opportunities, changes, and challenges. If you’re seeking a shift in your current lives, this year might offer a favorable chance.” Chinahighlights.com

Whatever symbols you celebrate see them for exactly that and seek out the positive in them. They are little ways- reminders to pause, reflect, improvise, enjoy, LAUGH and connect.

Much appreciation laughter for YOU!

Find the powerful, creative, loving Dragon within yourself.