Past Testimonials

[su_testimonial name=”Andrea Crisp” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/andrea-crisp.jpg”]The laughter conference was life changing for me in many ways. It gave me an opportunity to connect with so many people, which is a huge part of my life purpose.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Caity McCardell” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Caity-McCardell.jpg”]This conference is transformational. It’s an opportunity to be around adults who are playful – very therapeutic. I felt high for days afterward.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Joanne McKechnie” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Joanne-McKechnie.jpg”]The variety of talks was really interesting. As it was my first conference, I really valued connecting with experienced leaders who are successfully working in the various fields to which I want to bring Laughter Wellness.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Terri Reasoner” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/happy-avatar.png”]This was my 6th laughter conference. Learning what others are doing in the laughter world, new exercises and ways to keep laughter alive in everyday living is the reason I continue to attend this event. Also, being with other like-minded laughers helps me go to the next level of joy and inspiration. I’ve been on a wonderful “Joy” high since returning and want it to continue.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Sally Strom” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/happy-avatar.png”]The laughter conference was more beneficial than I had anticipated. I wasn’t sure how I’d do at the conference as it wasn’t just laughing. I came away with a whole new vocabulary to use as I apply for grants. I was inspired to start up a laughter club by donation. Everyone there shared great information that has helped them build a career using laughter, information that would of taken a long time, if ever to find. Focus groups were extremely helpful to me. I learned the most from presenter’s personal journeys, how they created jobs with laughter.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Kym Gordon-Cumbo” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/kym-gordon-cumbo.jpg”]I feared the laughter conference would not be well organized, yet it was the opposite. The overall professionalism was impressive: From the quality of the speakers, the adherence to schedule, the note takers…all the way to the organization of the space! I recommend this conference. You will get so much more than you think you will get, have more fun than you think possible, and come away with so many new friends. You will have more confidence to build a laughter business.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Marcia Alter” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/marcia-alter.jpg”]What impressed me most was the inspiring depth of creativity, generosity, sharing and whole hearted encouragement and support from South Americans, Central Americans, Australians, Americans, Canadians, and an Isreeli, from doctors, psychologists, business executives, physical therapists, teachers and professional speakers.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Sandy Klimowski” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/happy-avatar.png”]I am very happy that I was at the 2015 All America Laughter Conference. I had never been to any type of conference before so had no idea what to expect or what I might be getting into. It was an adventure and I’m still feeling the high. There were no strangers there – all friends – and it showed.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Kate Butcher” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/happy-avatar.png”]I particularly loved the positive energy in the room, the high level of engagement of everyone. This is a great place to learn more about the power of laughter and connection, and learn some new tips and tools to use.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Linda Leclerc” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/linda-leclerc.jpg”]For me it’s a must for any laughter professional. We can learn so much from these events. Great opportunities to develop and grow our practice.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Dick Ireland” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/dirck-ireland.jpg”]This Conference is both productive and an enlightening experience with a diversity of positive people and hands on experience. It is well planned and run sticking to the schedules and topics with a good balance of information and ideas. My favorite part was the diversity and backgrounds of the people. The positive, upbeat attitudes were refreshing from the more science-based business conferences I have experienced.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Joy Elijah” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/happy-avatar.png”]I am so grateful I attended despite my fears of not knowing anybody there. The welcoming team was fabulous, completely at ease. The friends that you meet, the connections are so heartfelt and genuine. My favorite part was laughing with so many others, feeling at ease and welcomed. Everyone was so helpful. You don’t want to miss this event. There is so much love and support.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Karen Siugzda” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/karen-siugzda.jpg”]It was a fantastic conference and a great way to connect and network with other like-minded laughter professionals, learn and be inspired. My favorite part was experiencing the variety of sessions.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Len Seligman” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/len-seligman.jpg”]I wondered if it would be worth the effort and expense of flying from out of state attending. IT DEFINITELY WAS!!![/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Lynda Tourloukis” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/lynda-tourloukis.jpg”]Every year the laughter conference is different and adds new dimensions to what is already known. It is the greatest reminder ever that there is always more to know. It is an investment in yourself![/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Lydia Gonzales” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/lydia-gonzales.jpg”]Well, in years before I had said that I could not afford to go to the Laughter Conference. NOW I will say that I can’t afford NOT to go! The tremendous wealth of information and camaraderie far exceeds $$$.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Beverly Bender” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/happy-avatar.png”]My biggest fear before coming to the Laughter Conference was that it wasn’t going to be worth the money. The cost was a stretch for me at this time. It turned out well worth the money.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”David Zucker” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/david-zucker.jpg”]I thought perhaps I was going to feel intimidated at the Laughter Conference by all the professionals who have been around many years. I actually felt very secure & excited about my work, my style & my future.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Alona Jasik” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/alona-jasik.jpg”]The Laughter Conference was inspiring and uplifting with practical information on making laughter a living. Above all I greatly enjoyed laughing with other Laughter Leaders and seeing the diversity.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Linda Collins” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/happy-avatar.png”]The Laughter Conference was valuable to me not just because of the amazing learning and networking, but because of the personal healing and rejuvenation I got from being around such amazing people.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Misty Barron, Yoga Teacher” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/misty-barron.jpg”]This isn’t a conference where you will sit and learn the latest trends, hear the research and new applications, and be sold new fangled product. No, this is a conference where you will connect with others heart to heart, smile to smile, fear to fear, and hope to hope. This is a total mind-body-spirit learning experience that will activate you from within and nourish you throughout. These three days transform and connect you in a personal experience of the truth of community.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Jim Greenleaf, SEO Consultant” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/jim-greenleaf.jpg”]I spent two years at the USC Medical Center undergoing a total of sixty-five hours under the knife, and now have eighteen inches of titanium and twenty-five screws in my hip. I am also a type 2 diabetic and had half of my right foot amputated last year. My biggest fear before attending the 2014 All America Laughter Conference was that I would not be accepted by the other participants. What happened instead is that not only was I accepted but truly embraced and held-up by every soul there to a much higher level of appreciation.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Kim Selbert, Occupational Therapist” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/happy-avatar.png”]I have attended seven of the past nine Laughter Conferences and they have all been extremely valuable on a personal and on a professional level.[/su_testimonial] [su_testimonial name=”Merv Neal, Professional Keynote Speaker” photo=”/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/merv-neal.jpg”]Every year I travel half way around the world, from Melbourne Australia, to attend the All America Laughter Conference. I attend for three reasons. Firstly, to continue long term international relationships. I have met people from Russia, Dubai, Mexico, Canada, Ethiopia, Jamaica, and of course all over the USA. Secondly, to network with laughter experts in their respective fields. It’s all well and good to hear them present, but to have a 1 to 1, and really understand what it is they do and how they do it, is mind blowing. And finally to learn what it is I don’t know. Every year I come away with one or two ideas that change, and improve, my own laughter business.[/su_testimonial]

…and so many more!

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