Members of the Laughter Yoga club practise laughing to see whether it really is the best medicine during morning exercise at a public park in Hanoi.
For the past two years, several hundred people have been gathering each morning at a public park in central Hanoi to practise laughing under the instruction of yoga master Le Anh Son in the belief that this will help them to be happier, fight disease and relief the stresses of daily life.
Members of the Laughter Yoga group chuckle and chortle for 45 minutes. They wave their arms, clap and march around, making funny faces at each other in an effort to get each other to laugh even harder
Laughter yoga was launched in 1995 by Dr Madan Kataria, a physician, in India and there are now more than 6,000 clubs in 60 countries.声明：音视频均来自互联网链接，仅供学习使用。本网站自身不存储、控制、修改被链接的内容。"沪江英语"高度重视知识产权保护。当如发现本网站发布的信息包含有侵犯其著作权的链接内容时，请联系我们，我们将依法采取措施移除相关内容或屏蔽相关链接。