From the event website: "We practice 'Laughter Yoga.' We start with gentle stretching, then engage in simple playful exercises that elicit genuine laughter without the need for jokes or comedy. We do a lot of breathing in between exercises which brings more oxygen to our body and brains. We end with a 'laughter free-for-all' where everyone is invited to laugh, make whatever noises they want, or just lie quietly."
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