Carmela Carlyle is taking her laughter, two Siamese cats, altars, art and yoga supplies on a road trip to Mexico!
She will be moving to the beautiful village of Sayulita, Mexico and plans to offer Art Therapy and Yoga Therapy, as well as iRest Yoga Nidra and Yoga for Life at yoga studios and resorts, both in town, and in the northern Puerto Vallarta area.
Having taught Laughter Yoga workshops in Sayulita back in 2009, Carmela looks forward to starting a new Happy Hour Laughter Yoga Club — maybe on the beach!
Sayulita is about a 35 minute drive north of the Puerto Vallarta airport, so she will still have easy access to an international airport to continue her presentations at conferences around the US.
Carmela’s classes and laughter yoga clubs will continue in Sonoma County! Please scroll down to read about the talented teachers she invited to lead her laughter yoga and chair fitness classes.
“South of the Border” Laughter with Dr. K
Dr. Kataria has invited Carmela to present “Chair Laughter Yoga for Older Adults” at his International Certified Laughter Yoga Teacher Training in
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico at Crown Paradise Resorts, May 9-13, 2012.
at Arte de Sayulita
Carmela is an artist and art therapist. Next season,her paintings and altars will be featured at Arte de Sayulita Gallery, where she will also be teaching
Visit www.artedesayulita.com to see the amazing work of the
gallery owner, painter and master colorist, Dianne Neuman
Farewell Laughter Party for Carmela Carlyle
featuring laughter, popcorn, treats and a free film showing a
Laughology: The acclaimed international documentary film about why we laugh
10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Merrill Gardens Retirement Community
4855 Snyder Lane (north of the RP Expressway)
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
that takes us around the world exploring why we humans laugh.
Produced by and starring the famous Canadian journalist, Albert Neurenberg, who admits to losing his laugh from stress and grief, this 60 minute film serves as an informative reminder about the value of laughter for our well-being at any age.
Sandi Truesdell, Community Relations Director 707.585.7878.
FREE CHAIR LAUGHTER YOGA
10 – 10:45 a.m. Every Tuesday Morning
Merrill Gardens has been hosting the World’s First Chair Laughter Yoga Club since 2007 with Certified Laughter Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist, Carmela Carlyle.
It is free, open to the community and to adults of all ages.
Class will continue after Carmela’s move to Mexico with
Certified Laughter Yoga Leader, Vivian Klein.
She has been “interning” with Carmela Carlyle for those last two years specializing in Chair Laughter Yoga for Elders. Email: email@example.com Phone: 707 538 8679
will continue with
Susan Topf, RYT and Certified Laughter Yoga Leader
THIRD FRIDAY of EVERY MONTH
490 Second Street at ”G”
Petaluma, CA 94952
No yoga experience required. Bring a friend.
Here is the fabulous Susan Topf demonstrating Laughter Yoga poses with Carmela.
You can laugh and learn with her at Bodyworks’ Friday evening Laughter Yoga Club!
Susan Topf, RYT, trained with Carmela to be a Certified Laughter Yoga Leader and has been teaching a joyful blend of hasya and hatha at the Bodyworks Laughter Yoga Club when Carmela went on travel over these past few years. She integrates Ashtanga and her studies in the iRest Yoga Nidra practice into her teaching. Susan recently travelled to India and before that, she taught in the Washington, D.C. area. Her teaching style is joyful and patient, integrating differing modalities for a healing and creative blend. Questions? 602.295.9907.
Continue with Deb Reid
Deb Reid is a certified Dru Yoga and Dru Meditation Teacher and Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT). She trained with Carmela to be a Certified Laughter Yoga Leader (CLYL). Previous to becoming a Yoga Teacher, she was a Massage Therapist for ten years gaining an in-depth working knowledge of the body and all its systems.
She integrates laughter into her Meditation Class at the Petaluma Senior Center and will bring her laughter and expertise to Carmela’s previous groups in Santa Rosa.
Some of Deb’s continuing study includes Restorative Yoga with Judith Hanson Lasater, Yoga and Addiction Recovery with Nikki Myers, Somatic Gateway Meditation with John Records and the neurobiology of meditation with Rick Hanson, co-author of “Buddha’s Brain.” Contact her for presentations on ”How Meditation Affects the Brain.” 707.490.2066.