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I discovered Laughter Yoga in 2018 and I loved it so much, I decided to do the training to become a Laughter Yoga Leader in 2018. I recall having one of those "ah ha" moments on the second day of training when I threw my arms in the air and shouted 'I LOVE MY LIFE...THIS IS AMAZING!' In that moment I realised in my 48 years, I had never felt that happy before, I never felt as free before. It was a magical moment indeed. 


After many years of struggling with my on mental health,  I am now happy to say that I'm loving life and love what I do. It hasn't been easy, however with the discovery of many different holistic practices life feels more settled and balanced. I would say being a holistic practitioner is more of a joy than a job. I feel very lucky to being doing what I love, even if it took a while.

Find the wellbeing practice that suits you and your individual needs.


Laughter Yoga

What to expect?


Laughter yoga sessions are so much fun! You can expect a lot of laughter, breathing exercises, and playful activities. It's all about laughing without needing a reason. It's a great way to relieve stress and boost your mood. Have you ever tried it?

Workplace Laughter Yoga

Yes, laughter yoga is a fantastic activity for work well-being events! It's a unique and enjoyable way to promote team bonding, reduce stress, and boost morale. Laughter yoga sessions can help create a positive and energised atmosphere in the workplace. Your colleagues will love it!

Exercise for Stress Relief
Laughter Yoga increases heart rate, blood circulation and relaxes muscles like aerobic exercise. The positive health benefits can boost your immune system and help with healing process.

Laughter and Good Mood
Laughter Yoga releases endorphins from your brain cells, keeping you in a good mood all day long. The power of laughter creates a positive attitude to cope with negative situations and helps build resilience.

Social Networks
Laughter brings people together and fosters quality caring and sharing among friends. Laughter yoga in a group setting develops a shared experience and a positive group atmosphere.

Sound healing has the most positive relaxing effects. The sound bath experience is a fantastic journey into finding relaxation through a range of instruments.

Sound bathing (also sometimes called "sound meditation" or "sound therapy") is the practice of mindfully listening to different sounds that help relax the body and mind.

Sound baths provide an immersive, full-body listening experience "that can bring balance, relaxation, and a sense of calm to your whole being."

Waves of soothing, echoing sound from traditional instruments may help with stress, fatigue, and depression symptoms.

Since stress is associated with other conditions like diabetes and heart disease, engaging in sound baths might be a good preventive strategy to reduce the risk of chronic conditions, too.

Research into this subject is limited, but there have been studies that indicate a sound bath may improve your mood and release tension in your body, among other things.

Sound meditations don't involve much guidance. Instead, they call on the audience to be present and listen.

You can create a sound bath experience using many different instruments. During Noreen's sessions she plays singing bowls, hand pan, gongs, and other overtone-emitting instruments to stimulate the alpha and theta brain waves.

Sound Healing

What to expect



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Meditation can be an individual experience or a collective session. Noreen can provide guidance and support with your chosen meditation practice. Her wisdom and expertise can deepen your understanding of meditation, spiritual principles, and mindfulness practices. Support from a knowledgeable facilitator can help you overcome challenges, answer questions, and refine your meditation skills.

Individual meditation practice

If you enjoy the solitude of individual practice then discuss the options for meditation support and coaching that Noreen can offer. This can be virtual or face to face appointments

Meditation circles

When you commit to attending regular meditation sessions or circle meetings, you establish a routine and a sense of responsibility to show up for yourself and others. As you sit among others who are also in a state of serenity, their peaceful energy can influence your own practice, making it easier to enter a deeper state of relaxation and concentration. The collective energy amplifies the benefits of meditation, allowing you to tap into a profound sense of peace and clarity.

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