Laughter Yoga, Gathering Within A Video Game, A Plan To Reopen Wisconsin Businesses

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A closed sign hangs in the door of a Converse shoe store Monday, March 15, 2020, in Phoenix as a maintenance worker passes by. Matt York/AP Photo

We look at how incorporating laughter into yoga really can be one of the best medicines. A real-life space for young people to gather goes virtual through a video game. And the leader of a Wisconsin commercial association calls for a plan to reopen businesses in a responsible manner.

Featured in this Show

  • Laughing As Exercise, For Wellness And Immunity

    We talk to a physician and laughing club creator about his new book that explains how regular, extended and controlled laughter can be good for mind, body and soul.

  • Wisconsin Youth Organization Uses 'Minecraft' To Connect Virtually

    A Fox Valley-area, afterschool youth organization has found a creative way to be available to some of its students— creating a virtual minecraft version of their center. We talk with a staff member about what this means and how kids can interact with the space.

  • A Call To Begin Reopening Wisconsin's Economy

    The state’s largest business group wants Gov. Evers to come up with a plan to begin reopening Wisconsin’s economy. We talk with the head of that group about how businesses have been hurt by Evers’ safer-at-home order and how he says the governor can help them get running again.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Natalie Guyette Producer
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Dr. Madan Kataria Guest
  • Megan Kees Guest
  • Kurt Bauer Guest

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