Paying it forward...
In our beautiful South Africa, stress levels continue to rise dramatically, and show no sign of improvement... but something can be done! The Dynamic Living Programme (DLP) offers the perfect antidote to stress, using the transforming power of Joy and Laughter. Some of the most stressed organisations are schools, and we aim to raise the funds to take the DLP into at least 50 under-resourced schools in Gauteng and provide workshops for educators and support staff.
In our beautiful South Africa, and around the world, stress levels continue to rise dramatically, and show no sign of improvement... but something can be done! The Dynamic Living Programme (DLP) offers the perfect antidote to stress, using the transforming power of Joy and Laughter. It is being applied in corporate wellness days, as well as in conferences, seminars and stress management and other workshops. You need this for your organisation and staff... but there is also another motive...
...be part of the #JoyRevolution!
For each DLP session booked for your organisation, you will positively influence
the lives of your staff members AND pay it forward to an under-resourced school,
touching hundreds of lives!
Through the 'Partners for Possibility' (PfP) programme, I have the honour of doing workshops for the educators and staff at these under-resourced schools. Recently I was at Siphethu Primary School in Daveyton (see letter of recommendation below). The DLP is now impacting not only the educators, but also their families, the learners, and the community... and I have the incredible privilege and opportunity to work with 170 schools in Gauteng (with more countrywide). Even if you are a small organisation and do not need the DLP, or are elsewhere in the world (I am always ready to travel), you can still sponsor a school.
The sponsorship fee is only R 1 500.00 (or US$100.00) per school
- a portion of which will be donated to PfP.
Contact me for details.
Sue held a workshop on Laughter Therapy at our school. The staff of 53 members attended the workshop. One could judge by their participation during the workshop that laughter is a therapy. We were encouraged to have personal laughter triggers that will make us laugh. My personal laughter trigger is silver cars. Educators are to make their learners laugh and also have class laughter triggers.
Developments after therapy:
We have formed a Fun Committee comprised of 5 members. Their duty is to find something that will make us (staff) laugh, before, during and after meetings or at any time when it is necessary to do so.
We're now able to notice a person who is not well and give support.
Some confirm that laughter therapy improved their lives at home and in their community.
Our relationships and health have improved.
Thanks to laughter therapy.
Principal, Siphethu Primary School
THANK YOU FOR YOUR WONDERFUL SUPPORT!
Johanna, from Siphethu, and Rosie, from PfP
Emmily and Johanna, a representative from Ampa, and Rosie