|Course Requirements||There are no prerequisites for this course.|
|Eligible for NUS Student Discount Card||Yes|
Laughter Yoga combines the positive psychology of happiness with the healing benefits of yoga breath control. In the first course, you will learn how to perform this exciting form of yoga, and become an expert Yoga Facilitator and learn how you can help others live calm and happy lives! You’ll also discover how best to structure your classes, and find out top industry tips for succeeding in yoga facilitation.
The second course included in the bundle is Ayurveda Yoga. Ayurveda is the sister medical science of yoga, based around a holistic approach to well-being and happiness. With origins in ancient Asia, it has helped people for centuries. This particular course offers a fundamental foundation for those interested in investing in their health. It has all the basic techniques and practices to get started on your journey to a more balanced life.
Joeel and Natalie Rivera specialise in helping others achieve greatness. Joeel has a Master’s in Counselling, is working on his PhD in Psychology and has delivered inspirational workshops to schools, individuals and small business. Natalie is an entrepreneur and founder of Transformation Services. They are passionate about empowering others to lead fulfilling lives.
Janet Perez has witnessed more than 10 years of human suffering working as a San Francisco Police Officer. She gained a Basic Instructor Certificate, which she used the last five years to teach leadership to incoming officers at the academy.
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Introducing Your Laugher Session
Part 3: Instructing Laughter and Breathing Exercises
Part 4: Basic Laughter Exercises
Part 5: Advanced Laughter Exercises
Part 6: Breathing Exercises
Part 7: Closing Your Laughter Session
Part 8: Tips for Facilitating Laughter Sessions
Part 9: Implementing Laughter Sessions in Your Practice
Part 10: Conclusion and Next Steps
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: What Is Ayurveda?
Part 3: Your Mind
Part 4: Yoga and Karma
Part 5: Doshas
Part 6: Digestion and Food
part 7: "Dis-ease"
Part 8: Daily Routines
Part 9: Basic Western Physiology
Part 10: Final Thoughts and Thank You