Our aim is to provide Health and Wellness practised differently which leads to providing Total Engagement of all participants to build community resilience helping to provide the LINK between PHYSICAL / MENTAL health.

What We Do

A day without FUN is a day wasted. Our life is very interesting. Everyone has a story and are on a journey of life. Life should be FUN and ENJOYABLE, not always in a hurry to get the results required through speed but in a timely manner which suits the individual.

It is interesting to see people stressed, anxious, depressed, overweight and struggling to get through each day.They've lost the art of enjoying the moment. It doesn't have to be that way, find out how to rediscover what you have, TIME, enough time to enjoy the priceless prize called LIFE. A balanced Mental and Physical Health,should be the goal of all individuals.

If you feel you belong to this part of society, then keep on reading as you may have found the answer to help you overcome life’s distractions, build resilience and hope by freeing you up from the moment which could be anxiety, stress or depression. Fill yourself with something that is real and never changing. It allows you to share the joy with all you come into contact with, just smiling can continue this shot in the arm of joy you've received.

About Us

LaughingLife consist of FUN sessions which engages the timeless ingredient of Laughter, with deep breathing and meditation to help you enjoy the moment. Laughter helps you get in touch with your inner child which can help you tap into a happy, peaceful time in your past whether it be a funny moment, beautiful engagement with nature or animals. It allows you take TIME to smell the roses, listen to bird singing or relax and do nothing to enjoy the moment. Laughter and Rest aren't a LUXURY, they’re a NECESSITY.

The FUN sessions consist of Laughter. Also consists of deep breathing which helps to release the stress in the body, with visualisation, relaxation, mindfulness (enjoying the moment), music and meditation which have similar effects on the brain. Laughter is the universal language as it knows no culture, gender, race. It brings people together relaxes tenses situations and enables togetherness. Helping to enjoy the moment and helping to clear the internal HEAD NOISE, creating RELAXATION.

Laughter is like a form of mindfulness, when you are immersed in Laughter, you are free of any distractions. It helps to build resilience and hope by freeing you up from the moment which could be anxiety, stress, or depression.

There is sufficient evidence that the brain can’t distinguish between pretend laughter and real laughter which allows yourself to act happy which produces happiness chemicals. You need to have the willingness to laugh and give yourself permission to laugh.

Simulated laughter can easily be converted to real laughter when performed in a group, as laughter is infectious. FUN sessions can be summarised by the following analogy. “You are running late to a party and you joined a group of friends and they are laughing. Generally, you will start laughing and if you were asked, what are you laughing at, you wouldn’t know as laughter is contagious”. Laughing in a group for no reason, helps to break inhibitions and helps to create a sense of humour and a freedom to be who you are. Even the sound of laughter is contagious and engenders a laugh or at least a smile.

"If you are a working person, laughter in a group situation will give you an instant" relaxation and help you to increase wellbeing, to encourage you to work smarter and efficiently during the day. Laughter in work group situations helps to break down communication walls which encourages a more relaxed work environment which can lead to total engagement at work.

People may not be fully aware of the relationship between their mental and emotional wellbeing and the work environment. FUN sessions benefits

  • • Helps to reduce employee absenteeism. One in five Australians (21%) have taken time off work in the past 12 months because they felt stressed, anxious, depressed or mentally unhealthy. In workplaces that employees consider mentally healthy, self-reported absenteeism as a result of experiencing mental ill-health almost halves (13%). Refer to Headsup Report.
  • • Customer service internally and externally improves
  • • Productivity, over 6 million workdays lost each year in Australia, 12 million days of reduced productivity each year,
  • • Culture as employees feel Mental Health support is important in the workplace.
  • • Pain Management
  • • Price Waterhouse Coopers research shows that $2.30 is the average return of investment for every $1 invested in creating a mentally healthy workplace. The Mental Healthy Workplace Alliance Final Report March 2014
  • • Helps to mitigate potential penalties for breaches of work, health and safety legislation

Mental Health Claim Statistics Serious claims: median compensation paid by nature of injury or disease, 2000–01 and 2010–11 to 2014–15

The largest increase was for Mental stress, which increased by five working weeks from 11.4 working weeks in 2000–01 to 16.4 working weeks in 2014–15. Mental stress claims consistently had the longest median time lost from work, almost 3 times the 2014–15 median.

The high median time lost for Mental stress claims also resulted in those claims having the highest median payment ($28 900 in 2014–15), more than double the median for all serious claims of $11 000.

Many other intangible benefits exist such as

  • • Helps to build your reputation as an employer of choice.
  • • Helping you recruit and retain the best and brightest people.
  • • Staff retention.
  • • Reduced costs of training.
  • • Improve staff morale.
  • • Improves the poor staff engagement.
  • • Continuous improvement.
  •      o Of quality of life for Staff and Patients
  •      o Customer service
  •      o Social and dignity for Accreditation standards for Aged care

AIM for staff is to

  • • Develop unity.
  • • Reduce divisiveness.

Who We Are

Our vision is to create COMMUNITY resilience with FUN to provide the LINK between PHYSICAL / MENTAL HEALTH. We strive to connect to working individuals to enjoy their work environment which can help to improve inter-personal relationships at all levels in an organisation, replacing mutual lack of trust and confidence with a more positive outlook and co-operative attitude towards one’s colleagues and subordinates. This should, in turn, definitely help to improve the prevalent work environment and overall performance of an organisation. Participants learn to wear smiles on their faces.

The public acceptance of laughter is growing, people know that it is therapeutic and accept it wholeheartedly as a tool to improve their health, happiness, relationships with each other and overall to get society back together.

Health Benefits

The health benefits of laughter have been well documented through society, medical circles and some follow


  • • Increases blood flow by 20% (Eurekalert: 2005).
  • • Laughing boosts the immune system (Berk: 2001, Dillon: 1986, Bennett 2003, Takahashi: 2001).
  • • Increase in the dopamine production when laughing (Pearsall: 1987).
  • • Laughter can assist in managing blood sugar levels (Hayashi: 2003).
  • • Laughter can assist in alleviating pain (Cousins: 1979).


  • • Reduces cortisol levels which are produced under stress (Abel: 1998, Berk: 1989).
  • • Improves mood and ability to cope with loss and sadness (Moran: 1996,1999 & Foley: 2002).
  • • Improves ability to cope with hospitalisation and major medical procedures (Saper: 1990 ).
  • • Improves ability to deal with terminal illness (Beitz: 1999).
  • • Reduces anxiety and depression in schizophrenia (Gelkopf: 1993).
  • • Improves performance (Perlini: 1999).
  • • Improves teamwork (Kurtz: 1999).
  • • Humour can improve creativity (Thorson: 1993) and optimism (Cohen: 2001).
  • • Can assist in the healing process in conjunction with psychotherapy (Kraus: 1999).
  • • Humour can provide some control over an uncontrollable situation (Wooten: 1996).
  • • A pilot study undertaken by the Tasmanian Arthritis Foundation found that after just 6 hour long laughter sessions, where participants involved in joke telling, watching humorous “silly” subjects reported .
  •      1.They were taking fewer pain killers.
  •      2.They were feeling much more optimistic and in control of their disease.


Our Client

  • “ I didn't know what I was getting in to, but at the end, I felt re-energized. The whole group seemed more relaxed and we laughed a lot“. I will be back!"Nick Nick Smith “