“To bring more laughter into people’s lives so they are better equipped for their life journey, to infuse people with happiness through the invocation of a smile, that joyously spreads from one person to the next.”
– Ros Ben-Moshe
LaughLife’s programs promote greater energy, vitality and life success as well as improving personal and professional relationships. Specialised coaching sessions in laughter wellness, mindfulness and wellbeing reduce stress and anxiety and help you lead a more balanced and fulfilled life. LaughLife also offers training to individuals and organisations in therapeutic laughter wellness.
Ros Ben-Moshe is an inspirational speaker and Director of LaughLife Wellbeing programs. She is one of Australia’s leading laughter wellness and wellbeing professionals and lectured in Health Promotion and Public Health at La Trobe University (2010-15), where she is currently Adjunct lecturer. Her laughter wellness projects have featured on ABC TV News and Channel 10’s The Project and The Age. She has written for The Australian, Wellbeing Magazine and provided expert comment for Women’s Health and Fitness, Australian Natural Health and Yours Magazine. Ros is Laughter Wellness expert for the new digital TV Channel, The Love Destination, was guest speaker at the LearnX Live Summit (2016) and guest presenter at the 2014 and 2015 Laughter Wellness conferences.
Her new book “Laughing at Cancer – How to Heal with Love, Laughter and Mindfulness” will be launched in June to coincide with Bowel Cancer Awareness Month. It is both a memoir of her journey and healing guide for anyone with a significant health issue. It is based on a series of journals she wrote after being diagnosed with bowel cancer at the age of 42 in 2011.
Ros has facilitated wellbeing programs for schools, health care providers, community and corporate organisations for many years.
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Laughter yoga is a unique exercise routine that combines simulated laughter exercises with yogic breathing (pranayama), and clapping. It is an ideal activity to conduct with older people with its many associated physical, emotional and social health benefits. It is a great way to enhance oxygen levels in the body, which helps energize the body, and, with the release of endorphins, helps elevate mood and fight depression. Even though the laughter initially begins as a simulated exercise, as long as people choose to laugh with the right intention, the body cannot differentiate between real and fake laughter.
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