Thursday, April 11th -- The Joy Vibration: a Laughter Experience

Thursday, April 11th -- The Joy Vibration: a Laughter Experience

With Marisa Sullivan

5:15pm-6:15pm

A power hour of laughter and bliss

In this interactive workshop, we will explore and connect with deeper levels of our joy and bliss through laughter exercises and meditation. In these intense times on the planet, it’s important to stay connected to our innocence and joy. Most of us would say we want to be happy but what are we actually doing to get there? Through laughter yoga, conversation, and guided visualization we will uncover and connect with the bliss that is our true nature.

You will learn tools to ease fear and anxiety, increase creativity, alertness, and memory, uplift the mood and increase strength and resilience in challenging times.

Come as open as possible and we will plant seeds of joy and lightness.

Exchange: Free

This class is a free class. Sign in with our desk angels when you arrive! :) No advance sign up required. 

Marisa Sullivan is a certified yoga teacher with extensive training including certification from Sivananda, Jivamukti, Pelvic Floor Training through Leslie Howard, Prenatal through Ma Yoga, Mommy and Me Post Natal, and YCAT Yoga for Cancer and Chronic Illness. She teaches Yoga for Cancer Patients and Survivors at NYU Hospital. She teaches Chair Yoga in several senior centers and Dementia Nursing Homes. She has an extensive private practice working with anyone who loves yoga and wants to explore an investigative, personalized, therapeutic yoga practice. She teaches Laughter Yoga, Female Sexual Health and Empowerment and Tantra for Couples and has presented them at Maha Rose, Laughing Lotus, Go Yoga, Maha Rose, KamaDevi Yoga, and Jivamukti Yoga Center. Marisa is an intuitive healer using Reiki and Shamanic Practices. She is a Reiki Master and teaches and mentors other healers. With an extensive performance background in dance and theater as well as a Masters in Theater for Educational and Therapeutic Use, Marisa uses theatrical techniques that embody play and creativity in her teaching and healing. She is constantly exploring and learning through her teachers, her peers, her students, and her life.