The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate action of its members. - Coretta Scott King
Well, hello there!
We are Calgary Laughter Yoga, an inclusive group of folks from different walks of life with a passion for laughter and wellbeing. We want to ensure you feel welcome here and connect with our vibe!
Our club has been running since 2013 in various spaces around Calgary. We started when three of us met at a laughter conference in Vancouver. Knowing that we all bring different strengths to the team, with a shared vision for joy, health and community, we joined forces and are building something stronger and better together than what we could have done on our own.
All Calgarians and our extended neighbours feel joyful, are free from pain and are connected to their communities.
We are a supportive, inclusive and empowering community transforming lives for the better through intentional laughter.
•Connection, Belonging and Inclusivity •Compassion and Wellbeing •Authenticity and Empowerment
We have a free Laughter Club open to all ages and abilities and we meet on Sundays at 5pm Mountain Time, currently on Zoom. That's right - you can join us, for free, from the comfort of your own home!
When we meet in-person, we rent out space that is accessible so whether you are in a wheelchair, walk fast or slow, a marathon runner, a billionaire, or barely getting by, you are welcome to join us. Our favourite venue is the Inside Out Theatre as it aligns with our values and is a fabulous space in the heart of downtown. You may find us around the city filling other spaces with joy and laughter as well! Please check the Events Calendar on the Home Page or Facebook for updated in-person events.
In the spirit of respect, reciprocity and truth, we honour those who have come before us and acknowledge the traditional territories and oral practices of the Blackfoot (Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai), the Tsuut’ina (Sarcee), the Stoney Nakoda First Nations, the Métis Nation (Region 3), and all people who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.