Sunday, May 25, 2008

Odawara Laughter Club

Hello Everyone,

We would like to let you know of a kind of club which is spreading
like wildfire throughout the world and has now arrived in Odawara!

LAUGHTER CLUB (Laughter Yoga)

We all know that laughter makes us feel good. Laughter Yoga combines
laughter exercises and yoga breathing to give you the health benefits
of hearty laughter. It's fun and easy.
After just one laughter yoga session you can experience the benefits
and feel the difference: blood and all major organs are fully
oxygenated, leaving us bursting with energy. High endorphin levels
put us in a great mood and reduce pain. Stress levels reduce by 75%.

Come laugh, make friends, and feel great!

Dates: Saturday, May 24th; Saturday, June 7; Sunday, June 29;
Saturday, July 5; Sunday, July 20; Saturday, August 9; Sunday, August 17

May 24th Guest Teacher: Mary Tadokoro

- Certified Laughter Yoga Teacher with Dr. Kataria's School of
Laughter Yoga - Co-founder, Tokyo Laughter Club,
Japan's first laughter club

Time: 2:00-3:30

What to bring: You don't even need a sense of humor, but please
bring some drinking water. You can also bring a snack or something
to share after the session if you like. (Please bring a bath towel
or yoga mat on 6/29, 7/20, and 8/17; on the other days, we will meet
in the tatami room.)

Place: Odawara-Shi Shougai Gakushuu Senta- "Keyaki" (formerly
Odawara Chuo Kominkan). Shiyakusho Mae bus stop.

Access: 15 minute walk from Odawara station's WEST exit, or bus from
EAST exit. Take any bus from Platform 2. Get off at Shiyakusho Mae
(the big white building). The Keyaki Senta- is just behind the
Shiyakusho (City Hall), about a 3 minute walk from the bus stop. The
bus leaves Odawara Station at 1:00, 1:15, 1:30, 1:45. It takes about
10 minutes and costs 160 yen. (There are also less frequent buses
from the west exit.)

Fee: Free (Donations welcome.)

Language: Japanese and English

Reservations: Please email us your name, phone number, and the
number of people wanting reservations. Please also let us know if
you'll be bringing children.

Susie & Linda,

For more information, please visit:

Japan site (bilingual):

International site:

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