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Yoga is no laughing matter!! Or is it.... - Laughing Yoga by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Apr 2009 10:03pm "My karma ran over my dogma.... " "Some people talk about finding God, as if He or She could get lost." "When two psychic friends met, one said: 'You are fine. How am I ?' " (Jokes complements of .) Reader's Digest reminds us in it's monthly column, "Laughter is ... Read on »
easing into it: on letting go, taking the piss, and having a laugh--on and off the yoga mat by Lindsey Lewis Patient Expert Posted Tue 29 Mar 2011 7:41pm GETTING PISSED OFF I was in a yoga class with yoga therapist Susan Van Zag the other day. She started our class--a tailored ascent into dancer's pose--with a story, or rather, "a thing" as she smilingly called it. She talked about how she'd had been upset by something a friend of hers had done, how she'd gotten P.O.'d and worked up, how she'd ... Read on »
Just for fun - Laughing Yoga by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 8:51pm Need a laugh? Check out this link! Love Much, Kris Today is the first day of the rest of your life! Read on »
Laughing Lotus Yoga Center by ynottonycom Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 13 Feb 2010 8:44pm Friday, at 2:oo pm., I "skaddled" up 24th Street and descended into the 24th Street BART Underground Station with the intentions of boarding a subway & arriving at 16th & Mission . 10 minutes later, I was entering San Francisco's Laughing Lotus Yoga Center . View Larger Map As I entered the door, my eyes were greeted by a nicel ... Read on »
Laughing Lotus - Donation Yoga Teacher by ynottonycom Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 16 Mar 2011 2:21pm Being a student of yoga, I have studied the Yoga Sutras . And therefore, I understand the the importance of " Savadhyaya " So, in hopes of enriching "my" hatha yoga knowledge, I visit various yoga studios within the San Francisco Yoga Community. And while visiting, I embrace the teaching of a wide range of hatha yoga styles & ... Read on »
Laugh of the Day: The New Yoga Lexicon by Diane C. Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Jun 2011 10:12pm Maybe the heat has me feeling a bit punchy, but I'm all about the laughs (all out guffaws, actually) on this fine, albeit a little hot and humid, Thursday. I made a new discovery today -- the Urban Dictionary  (ah, what those crazy kids are up to these days). I'm not quite sure how I stumbled upon this one, but I did. And frankly, it made me ... Read on »
Laughter Yoga by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 17 May 2008 11:00am 1 Comment Brought to you by Mark's Daily Apple. Ah, we all know that feeling of a really good laugh, the kind that leaves you heaving, weepy and pleasantly revived, sighing with satisfaction. Your muscles relax, your face softens (or hurts depending how long you were in stitches), your mood lightens, and your body feels that gratifying high. (Pe ... Read on »
celebrate yoga! by Joni Yung Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:35am it's almost midnight and i promised myself that i would get this out before i tucked myself into bed tonight. my volunteer shift starts at 7am, which means i have to get up at... argh... here's the schedule for this weekend's yoga month festival at LMU. with all the FREE classes and entertainment listed below, you have no excuse NOT to show up ... Read on »
Mixed Bag Day of Yoga: 108, Reflexology, Laughter, and Online Yoga by Diane C. Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Jun 2010 12:21pm Every now and again I come across a bunch of cool yoga stuff/info and do a brain dump on my blog. Here's the latest...look out below... Why 108? If you've ever strung a mala (I have had the good fortune to participate in a workshop in which I strung my own mala and it was seriously fun as well as being quite zen and meditative), yo ... Read on »
Need a good laugh? by Rossa Forbes Posted Wed 26 Jan 2011 4:46pm 2011 NAMI Convention: Need A Good Laugh? is the subject header in the newsletter I received today from NAMI. Imagine my thrill when I saw that the first newsletter item was Anosognosia. I thought to myself, prematurely, as I discovered, that NAMI has finally figured out what a crock its belief in anosognosia is. Well, as you can see, anosognosia ... Read on »