Let's get together and laugh together!
Explore laughter and life energy with "Laughter Guy" Walter Ness.
Check out our videos of different ways to laugh.

Friday, Sept. 1
at Unity Somerville, MA
7pm - 8pm
(taking the summer off)
6 William Street, Somerville
other laughter days in 2017 - Sept 1, October 6, December 8

Here's what we have planned:

  • Traditional laughter techniques
  • Nudge your mind and body into laughter

The following Mind/Body techniques are on InteractiveMindfulness.com

  • Relive any moment of your life with "Holographic Replay"
  • "Interactive Mindfulness" Go into your mind, have it create a 3-Dimensional image of a room you can walk around in and analyze.
  • Create and experience youthful vitality in your face when you smile. We call this taking a happiness break.

What makes a person happy is a Personal Choice that varies from person to person. This type of happiness is based upon satisfaction "That your personal need has been met."

Showing how to develop a happiness break is not intended to imply or suggest that anyone attending does not know how to be happy.

Learn More about taking a "happiness break"

We are the only laughter club that teaches the mechanics of laughter.

  • We will laugh over 12 different ways, using over 12 different muscle groups.
  • Two new laughter styles, Belly Dancing Laughter and Incredible Hulk Laughter, give you an amazing laughter workout.
  • Mixing in Mind/Body awareness we will use interactive mindfulness to change our perceptions of ourselves as well as others.
  • This is for all ages.

YouTube Videos
We have taken laughter techniques and put them on stage.

Somerville Laughter Club

Laughing the Mexican
Hat Dance Song

We have three laughter leaders
each bringing a different style of laughter.

Jon Hindmarsh
Tina Cabral
Walter Ness & Smiling Anime

Here is some information from Self Magazine

50% is the percentage by which your blood vessels can widen when you're laughing, compared to when you're stressed. To get that same heart-healthy benefit, you'd have to either get a prescription for cholesterol-lowering drugs or bank up to 10 full minutes of cardio for every minute of laughter. "We believe that laughter actually protects against heart disease," says study author Michael Miller, MD., professor of medicine at the University of Maryland. 


Laughter increases gamma brain waves, the same ones activated during meditation, to make you feel focused and alert but also calm.
A funny trick for flat abs? Laughter yoga, which combines yogic breathing with giggles, activates your internal obliques 150 percent more than crunches do. 

1 sugar free fudge pop. Roughly what you burn off if you laugh for 15 minutes straight. 

A good laugh is equal to 10 minutes on a rowing machine.
Add laughter to your daily exercise routine.