The Five Tibetans
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- After doing the exercises daily, over time student will feel more energy and improved health.
- Be able to spin, kneel, get on the ground.
- Be willing to do the exercises every day, for less than fifteen minutes a day.
Learn how to do these five simple exercises that can help you look and feel younger! Discovered and shared in the West from Tibet almost 100 years ago, these little known exercises can make a difference in how you look and feel. Once you learn these simple exercises, you will be able to do them in less than fifteen minutes a day, from the comfort of your own home. Anyone can do these and benefit from their daily practice.
- Anyone who wants to increase their energy, improve their health and look and feel younger.
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There are many benefits to doing these exercises every day. The benefits far out weight the time and effort it takes to do them. Plus, the exercises are fairly simple and gentle.
Watch the video or read the transcript to learn more about some of the benefits of practicing The Five Tibetans.
The Five Tibetans have been around for 2500 years at least. They are a form of Tibetan yoga, said to stimulate the energy centers in the body, which is believed to have a rejuvenating effect on the body.
Watch the video below or read the transcript to learn more about where The Five Tibetan exercises came from.
The Five Tibetan exercises stimulate the energy centers of our body through physical movement, but our energy body can also be affected by our beliefs as well.
While not necessary in order for the exercises to be effective, Colonel Branford believed that by doing belief work and repeating affirmations in our minds while doing the exercises, the exercises would be even more effective.
Watch the video or read the transcript below to find out more.
This training program is not meant to provide any medical advice, or to take the place of any medical treatments. It does not make any medical claims.
Consult your physician if you are not sure if this program is right for you. If you feel you cannot do the exercises, you can request a full refund within the first thirty days.
Watch the video or read the transcript below to learn more.
The first exercise is my favorite, because it reminds me of being a kid, which makes me feel younger just by doing it!
Watch the video below to learn how to do the first of the five exercises slowly and safely, and get tips on how to avoid getting too dizzy.
The second exercise is a great way to build abdominal muscle!
As you get started, don't push yourself too far. Only go as far as your body will let you. Over time, you'll find you are becoming more flexible, and will be able to do a little more than before.
Watch the video below to learn how to do the second exercise.
The third exercise is a gentle back-bend done on the knees. A soft cushion may help with the knees.
If you are unable to kneel on the ground, you can also try sitting on a chair backwards, so that the back of the chair is on your front side - or, if you can, find a chair without a back. Do the back-bend sitting down on the chair.
Watch the video below to learn how to do the third exercise.
The Five Tibetan exercises consist of 21 repetitions, or "reps", of each of the exercises. However, you don't want to start out doing 21 reps of each right away.
Instead, you should slowly work your way up to being able to do 21 reps of each. Use the worksheets below to work your way up to 21 reps over time. For most people, it's safest to go with the 70-day worksheet. However, if you're in fairly good shape and think you can handle it, you may want to use the 30-day worksheet instead.
The first week, as you're learning how to do each of the exercises, do not do more than 3 reps of each of the exercises.
Start out slowly and take your time. There's no rush.
Follow along as you're getting started, or just watch to see what it looks like.
Don't try to do all 21 reps when you're starting out, however. Follow either the 30 day or the 70 day plan to work up to the 21 reps.
If you're watching the video and trying to follow along your first week, just do 3 reps of each of the exercises.
Also, as you're getting started, you'll probably want to take the pace slower than is shown in the video.
Take your time, and take the exercises at your own pace.
The sixth exercise was originally intended for monks who led celibate lives. It helped them sublimate the sexual energy, transforming it into creative life energy.
You do not have to be celibate, however, to benefit from the sixth exercise. Everyone can benefit from this simple breathing exercise.
Do 2-3 repetitions of the breaths. If you like, you can do this 2-3 times a day.