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5 Tibetans Energy Rejuvenation Exercises

5 Tibetans Energy Rejuvenation Exercises
We've been practicing, teaching and recommending the 5 Tibetan Energy Rejuvenation Exercises since 1998. You can do the whole routine in 15 minutes and only need enough floor space for your body while laying down and enough air space for your arms to be outstretched. The 5 Tibetans represent a great way to keep your body in shape when you have limited time for a physical workout or limited space for a complete yoga routine. You can easily do the exercises in the space at the foot of the bed in most hotel rooms. We use the 5 Tibetans as a warm up for our morning yoga or body workout. How do I begin to benefit from the 5 Tibetans? Where should I perform the Tibetans? What is the best time of day to perform the 5 Tibetan? How many time should I repeat each exercise? What is the recommend breathing pattern? Tibetan Rejuvenation Exercise Movement #1 Breathing: breath in and out of your stomach. Tips and Recommendations: Work your way up to 21 spins. Tibetan Rejuvenation Exercise Movement #2

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