Learn how you can bring Laughter Yoga into the prisons! Almost nowhere is laughter needed more than in prisons. Jane Davis, through HOPE-HOWSE, an all volunteer non-profit organization based on service as a path to peace, has worked with inmates for years. Her work is based on compassion and seeing the light within each person. In this presentation Jane shares her experiences of Laughter Yoga with inmates and corrections officers.
Raise the awareness for the need for laughter within the jails and prisons throughout the United States and the world.
Educate Laughter Yoga enthusiasts on how to maneuver around a very challenging prison system to create Laughter Clubs within.
Inspire Laughter Yoga enthusiasts to bring laughter and light in the darkness of the prisons.
Jane Davis, LMSW, is a Certified Laughter Yoga Leader trained with Dr. Madan Kataria, founder of Laughter Yoga. In 1993, Jane founded an international peace organization called HOPE-HOWSE (hope-howse.org) based on service as a path toward peace. Jane was employed by the New Mexico Corrections Department as a psychologist for eight years and incorporated Laughter Yoga with inmates and corrections officers. Jane has facilitated groups in prisons throughout the United States incorporating Laughter Yoga. While accepting the seriousness of life, she’s also witnessed how levity and laughter can add an amazing opportunity for stress relief. She practices what she speaks about.
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