From stern seriousness to serene composure

Humor is the ability or talent not to take yourself and others too seriously.
This attitude brings about serene composure, which mobilizes health-promoting and invigorating energy in us and in our surroundings. Organizations benefit from staff with a good “sense of humor” as do individuals for themselves.

Michael Trybek draws on his personal experience as a therapeutic clown, and on the latest insights from science and research, which clearly attribute humor a healing and invigorating power.

„Humor is the button that prevents us from bursting with anger.“
[Joachim Ringelnatz]

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