Do you know that creating financial security is more about mindset than strategy or skillset? In this next episode of the High-Impact Living Series, Dr. Ed and Claire talk about how to best shpe your life around these concepts.
Dr. Edward Lewellen holds an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity, Certified Master Executive Coach, Master NLP Practitioner, Master Life Coach and has an MBA in Management. He has consulted with businesses, universities, and Chambers of Commerce on value-adding business forums and topics.
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“Laughter is the best medicine.”
So, what if you combined it with the principals of yoga? Where would that take you?
Claire has had great success with a program called Laughter Yoga. She’s used it with teachers starting their school year, airline employees before busy season starts and with corporate executives looking to relieve stress. Laughter yoga was made popular as an exercise routine developed by Indian physician Madan Kataria, who writes about the practice in his 2002 book Laugh For No Reason. Claire has gleaned the best practices of this foundation idea and shaped into her own program.
The idea of forced laughter to help drive away the blues or negative thoughts or just refresh your mind really works. Claire’s most recent experience is with a family wanting to have a positive start and ongoing support during the school year. Each Sunday Claire meets with them and, using the principles of laughter yoga, gets their week off to a positive and fresh start. They also find themselves using the techniques during the week.
For more information on how to book Claire for a session (or two or three) contact her here.
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