TRAINING PROGRAM FOR RIGOLOGY®1
70% practical and 30% theory. The basics of Rigology®: laughter yoga, playful sophrology® (dynamic and playful relaxation therapy), complete awareness, emotional education and emotional hygiene, cooperative games, dynamic and static meditation, supervised relaxation, breathing and stretching, Qigong, Do-in, positive psychology, happiness development approach and love therapy.
2. By whom?
Corinne Cosseron, French founder of Rigology®, is assisted by Fred Cosseron, co-founder of The International School of Laughter.
30 hrs. within 5 days from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. A morning and afternoon break and a 1 1/2 hr. pause for lunch.
Columbus (Ohio - USA).
5. How much?
$1,200 USD. 19% discount for registering prior to May 31, 2011−$980 USD.
Must be a laughter yoga leader or must have attended several laughter sessions and committed to taking the laughter yoga training for leader following the Rigology®1 Program.
Please contact us directly via email or Skype (Corinne Cosseron) for all mental or physical health problems.
8. Skills assessment
Students will be asked to host several sessions during the training week to evaluate whether or not a Rigology®1 Training Certificate is delivered.
Certificate for Rigologist®1 from The International School of Laughter.
10. In addition …
Being a Rigologist® allows you to:
• Be listed on the web site www.laughterschool.org.
• Register your club’s contact information for free on this web site.
• Participate in the one-week annual International Meet for Laugher Lovers in France (transportation, accommodation and meals not included).
You said it !
One month later
Thank you so much! I am still floating remembering all of the love and passion and sharing and learning. I am still telling with any one who will listen. This is one of my PEAK EXPERIENCES.. I love you so much.
Sallie Johnson, Rigologist 1
2 minutes of clowning changed my life
Something very magical happened on that Friday morning when I volunteered to do something I knew I couldn't do. I found out I could do it! Tears came as I was so overwhelmed with my accomplishment.The impact it had I think could be compared to breaking the sound barrier. Now, when I think I can't do something, I think back to those precious two minutes.
At 5:15 this afternoon a friend said she had volunteered to run a karaoke program for senior citizens and she wanted me to come and help her. We were to arrive at 5:45 - not a lot of time to ponder this request. "I can't" was my first thought. Then I remembered that I can. I sing because I like to sing; not because I have any talent in that area. All I had was enthusiasm as I sang with the seniors. If it hadn't been for Happy School, I would have missed a fantastic evening. Thank you Corinne.
Nancy Jones, The Laughter Lady
Many thanks for all you have done and continue to do.
I have already presented some of what you taught us twice with positive responses.
Diane Roosth, Rigologist 1