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Also called the Five Rites of Rejuvenation, these exercises were brought to the West in the early 20th century by a retired British army officer who learned them in a Tibetan lamasery.

Regular practice of these postures relieves muscle tension and nervous stress, improves digestion, strengthens the cardiovascular system, tunes and energizes the chakras, and leads to deep relaxation and well-being. Enhancing the innate energetic power of the body and mind, these exercises provide a vehicle for enlivening the senses and harnessing energy for the purpose of self-transformation.

Since , Christopher Kilham has taught these exercises to thousands of people seeking a healthier lifestyle.

The Five Tibetans has established itself as a classic among yoga practitioners and teachers alike. Christopher S. Kilham has taught yoga, meditation, and natural health since Known for his appearances as the Medicine Hunter on the Dr. Chris is a jewel among men! Excellent and recommended. By clicking 'Sign me up' I acknowledge that I have read and agree to the privacy policy and terms of use.

Must redeem within 90 days. See full terms and conditions and this month's choices. Tell us what you like and we'll recommend books you'll love. Sign up and get a free eBook! Table of Contents Excerpt Rave and Reviews. About The Book. A perfect blend of curiosity, intelligence, positive attitude, and skepticism, and with an appetite for diverse experiences, Rochelle had tried every major and minor spiritual trip popular at that time and knew all the secret mantras and supposed inner knowledge of most of them.

Seeing that I was a devoted yoga practitioner, Rochelle gave me a copy of an interesting little book titled The Five Rites of Rejuvenation authored by a man named Peter Kelder and first published in The book recounted an engaging story about the discovery of five yoga exercises taught to Kelder by a retired British army officer who had learned the exercises from some Tibetan lamas in a monastery in the Himalayas. According to the book, the Five Rites of Rejuvenation were reputed to strengthen the body, enhance energy, regenerate body and mind, and stem the aging process.

I liked the way they had been discovered, the romance of how they had been introduced to a small number of Westerners by the man who had learned them in the Himalayas, and the illustrations of the methods themselves. They were similar in appearance to yoga exercises with which I was already familiar, but they were also different enough that they in no way duplicated other practices in my daily routine.

Of particular interest to me was that the Five Rites of Rejuvenation were more similar to the Tibetan yoga methods taught at Mentalphysics than to any other methods I had previously encountered. It seemed highly likely that, based on the description of the monastic and natural environment from which the Five Rites of Rejuvenation originated, they too were Tibetan in origin.

So I began to refer to the exercises as the Five Tibetans. After practicing the Five Tibetans for two years, I was convinced that, at the very least, they were extraordinary. Despite the fact that they represented only minutes in my daily yoga regimen, I felt invigorated from practicing them. Now, decades later, I can say that the Five Tibetans definitely help maintain more youthful strength, flexibility, balance, circulation, energy, endurance, and stamina.

I also credit them with helping to keep me mentally sharp. Not bad at all for a ten-minute daily practice. Yoga helps you rise to the challenge of living. It keeps you from being ground down by circumstance. It puts fire into the body and mind and leads to being balanced and wise. It makes a lot of sense to practice. In this volume you are given tools to strengthen your body, enhance your health, increase your energy, hone your concentration, and experience the profound power and peace of deep meditation.

Specific information about the human energy system, the chakras, and kundalini meditation will give you a complete context for your practice. They are accessible without restriction, the way all valid teachings should be. Tibetan 4 Sit up straight with your legs outstretched in front of you. Place the palms of your hands flat on the ground beside your hips. Positioning of the hands is very important; they must be placed exactly alongside the hips. Tuck your chin into your chest. Inhaling through the nose, raise your hips as you bend your knees, bringing the soles of your feet flat to the ground and dropping your head all the way back.

You will come into a position in which the trunk is parallel to the ground while the arms and legs are perpendicular. Exhale through either the nose or mouth as you come down to the starting position.

Repeat this motion twenty-one times in a steady, unbroken rhythm. Do not let your feet slide. The feet should stay in the same place through this whole exercise. Also, the arms should not bend; the movement is instead accomplished by pivoting at the shoulders. Stand when you are finished, feet together and hands on hips. About The Author.

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Also called the Five Rites of Rejuvenation, these exercises were brought to the West in the early 20th century by a retired British army officer who learned them in a Tibetan lamasery. Regular practice of these postures relieves muscle tension and nervous stress, improves digestion, strengthens the cardiovascular system, tunes and energizes the chakras, and leads to deep relaxation and well-being. Enhancing the innate energetic power of the body and mind, these exercises provide a vehicle for enlivening the senses and harnessing energy for the purpose of self-transformation. Since , Christopher Kilham has taught these exercises to thousands of people seeking a healthier lifestyle. The Five Tibetans has established itself as a classic among yoga practitioners and teachers alike. Christopher S. Kilham has taught yoga, meditation, and natural health since

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