Anger Management

Anger Management

Laughter Yoga and Laughter Therapy is a fast, simple and easy way to work out anger management.
It helps people cope with challenges and conflict better because it adds a better perspective and pave the way to solutions.
Challenges appear less overwhelming when laughing for no reason.
Using Laughter Yoga, Laughter Therapy, and Gibberish in conflict resolution has proven to be an effective and fun way of solving challenges that may cause anger and frustration.

For further details and information about tailored programmes focusing on developing communication skills in the workplace or information about Laughter Yoga and laughter training please contact us.

Anger Management with Individuals, Teams and Organisations

Anger is a result of some grievance that is either real or perceived. In anger people tend to jump to conclusions and usually the decisions are clouded with irrationality and lack of reasoning.

Laughter helps to relieve all stress and generates positive emotions by increasing the levels of positive hormones which help in dissipating anger. It makes people feel good because it defuses painful emotions like fear and anger by releasing them.

It is hard to remain in conflict with someone when laughing and Laughter Yoga creates a positive energy originating from positive thoughts, emotions and feelings.

Power struggles cause focus to be on own needs and ignore the needs of others. Laughter interrupts the power struggle and allows for openess with others.

Furthermore, Kris and Lotte have joined forces to provide an empowering and fun workshop based on extensive experience and high-level training. Both have many years experience in teaching various forms of communication skills and anger management facilitation using a variety of tools.

Anger Management

Laughter has the power to mitigate the damage done by feelings of anger. By releasing endorphins, the body’s happy chemical, laughter generate feelings of safety and comfort.

The breathing pattern in Laugher Yoga using the diaphragm helps to alleviate negative emotions and change the perception of people.

Defusing Situations

Laughter enables people to cope with reality and helps to face and handle the challenges at hand.
Laughter makes people feel comfortable in any situation, and past and current embarrassments seem to evaporate.