Laughing Yoga

Indian American Yogi Ramesh Pandey, who has popularized laughing yoga in the U.S., will be appearing as a guest on an episode of CNBC’s “Deal or No Deal.” ( photo)

After showcasing the healing benefits of laughter on channels like NBC, ABC and CBS, Yogi Ramesh Pandey, aka ‘the Laughing Yogi,’ is now heading towards CNBC to show that laughter is the best medicine.

The Indian American yoga practitioner will be appearing as a guest on one of America’s most popular game shows, “Deal or No Deal.”

The all-new “Deal or No Deal,” hosted by Howie Mandel, will feature all the high-energy and risk-reward that captivated audiences, with some exciting new twists.

On the hit game show, contestants play and deal for a top prize of one million dollars. With 26 sealed briefcases full of varying amounts of cash – ranging from a penny to one million dollars ─ and the mysterious entity known only as ‘the Banker,’ contestants are faced with a game of odds and chance and whether to accept an offer of cash from the banker in exchange for what might be contained in the contestant’s chosen briefcase.

The yoga master has been highlighting the benefits and the science behind oxygen and laughter therapy for the heart, mind and body for more than 20 years.

Pandey is the founder of the Universal Yoga Center in Palm Springs, Calif., and has performed laughing yoga shows in several countries, including Hawaii, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, and India.

His goal is to create a stress/disease-free world by practicing the age-old science of self-healing through oxygen and laughter therapy.

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