SALISBURY — Joan Palmer directed the people in the semicircle with her to raise their arms and breathe in deeply.
Then on the release down toward the floor, she wanted them to give their best belly laugh possible. So it was up, breathing; down, laughing. And after you do this a few times with people all around, you really start laughing and feeling better.
There’s something funny about Laughter Yoga — and that’s the point.