If you're looking for a simple tool to help with health and happiness, consider a program that can put you on the path to both good health and happiness.
Guru Ranjit Deora is a meditation master teacher, a holistic thinker and a life coach who enjoys helping people connect with their true selves and find happiness within.
In addition to Laughter Yoga, Ranjit Deora offers classes in meditation that can help with stress relief and help you rejuvenate - an important note after stressful holidays.
He has been a teacher for 21 years and is a student of Master Guru Dhirendra Bhramchari in India, the teacher of the late Mrs. Indira Gandi (former Prime Minister fo India).
After attending just one session of Laughter Yoga taught by Ranjit, I was hooked. But it wasn't just because I felt invigorated, happier and (as a nurse) left the classvisualizing the blood pressure and immune boosting benefits. It was because of the diversity of students I saw in the class.
One woman was recovering from hip surgery. It was obvious she was delighted to have found a complementary approach for healing. The range of ages in the class was also diverse.
I was so impressed I ask Guru Ranjit Deora to come to my workplace for a day of 'health' that our managers organized. Our conference room was filled with clapping and laughter that was infectious and left everyone in a refreshed and healthier frame of mind.
Guru Ranjit also teaches corporate wellness. His focus is to make meditation a 'way of life'. Teaching yoga meditation practices is a valuable approach for increasing workplace productivity reducing stress, anxiety, anger, depression and sleep disorders.
Why meditation or Laughter Yoga? It's because the benefits are extraordinarily well documented. If you haven't taken advantage of classes in Charlotte, you're doing yourself a disservice.
If you haven't tapped into one of Charlotte's most precious resources, consider doing so in the New Year. You'll also want to learn more about Ranjit Deora's "I am Happy Project". Happiness and health are strongly linked. If you're looking for something different and tired of the same old approaches that you can't stick to, consider yoga and meditation - it just might take years off your life and reduce the number of visits you make to the doctor this year.