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Healthy City Week 2015 - Portland Centre Session - Laughter Yoga with Joe Hoare

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Published on Nov 3, 2015

BRISTOL GREEN CAPITAL PARTNERSHIP HEALTHY CITY WEEK
Recorded by Ecomedia Collective cic as part of Healthy City Week in October 2015, this session was hosted by The Portland Centre for Integrative Medicine (PCIM).

ABOUT JOE HOARE, THE 'LAUGHING YOGI'
This Yoga Laughter workshop was delivered by Joe Hoare, a 'laughter coach' who has been running meetings, delivering conference sessions and providing workshops for over 30 years. In 2006 he set up the UK's Laughter Facilitation course, in 2000 co-authored 'The Holistic Workspace', and in 2013 'Awakening the Laughing Buddha within' with the Barefoot Doctor. Joe also trained in ‘Laughter Yoga’ with Dr Madan Kataria, founder of laughter clubs international, and run regular NLS (natural laughter skills) sessions for organisations and the general public. His work regularly appears in the public eye, including BBC 2's 'Don't Die Young' with Dr Alice Roberts, the Johnny Walker Show on Radio 2, Points West, BBC 1's Inside Out, Discovery Health Channel, Radio 4, The Sunday Times, The Independent on Sunday, Nursing Times, Bristol Evening Post, among others.

ABOUT THE PORTLAND CENTRE
PCIM supports an integrative medicine approach to health, Integrative Medicine (IM) is a holistic, evidence-based approach which makes intelligent use of all available therapeutic choices to achieve optimal health and resilience for people. IM includes conventional medical therapies delivered alongside lifestyle and mind-body techniques like mindfulness, yoga and tai chi to improve health and wellbeing.

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