How to do the 5 Tibetan rituals on Vinyasa Yoga?

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Friends, my intention with this title is not to deceive you in practicing yoga alone. However, the reasons why you want to read about a practice that is not necessarily yoga is what is very similar and CAME is yoga.

In fact, rituals are more of a yoga's Vinyasa-style than anything else. No matter how much you go, you are still yoga or yoga-esque, easy to perform, and not time-consuming and inexpensive; taking into account the state of the economy until the time of writing!

The whole goal is to maintain weight-weight exercises easily and to have the right execution.

The five Tibetan rituals are a system that has more than 2500 years of age and is reported by Peter Kelder in a 1939 edition of Revelation.

Furthermore, the form of Tibetan Yoga, similarly to the best-known Yoga series born in India

Now the same principles I outlined for yoga practice

(ventilation, clothing, focus, etc.) Still applicable here.

I've practiced these exercises occasionally and found it satisfying because of an alternative, so I'm going to show you now. 19659002] So here we go: The Five Tibetan Rites

During the Tibetan rituals, do not forget about the following:

1. The maximum number of repetitions of any exercise is 21.

2. The minimum of 3, (however, for the 1st Rite I say that a cycle is OK, you will see why you read it)

3. The basics of counters or the recovery pose are still valid for each rite. (This is why the Hatha Yoga appears as an alternative to Yoga. (Remember that rituals are the Vinyasa-style of yoga if something)

4. Use the "Yoga" carpet NOT on bare floor or carpet! [19659002] 1. Rite 1

Stand up, with outstretched arms, horizontally on the floor.

Drive clockwise (turn left to right) until you feel slightly dizzy.

Personally, though I've seen people on YouTube, spins really fast (I'm thinking of a ballet dancer doing pirouettes) who just start with the Jewish 5 Tibetan rites must be slow.

With the extended arms, hold the center of the eye with your right palm (upward) and left to the floor, then always turn slowly, about one step per second.

I mean, I do not want to get dizzy because I did the rites first, boy, because dizziness was not that good. So I had to find an alternative, some research and the points mentioned in the previous paragraphs.

Gradually increase your exercise every day from 3 to 21, for each rite.

I found that standing in the mountain pose (as I wrote it to the headboard for a headboard) at a few breaths, straight (with the eyes closed), with his palm on the thighs gently pushing his hand, to relieve the instantaneous dizziness created by the first ritual.

Additionally, as you begin the next right, take part in the yoga body for about 2-3 minutes. Rite 2

After you have put the restoration pose from Rite 1, we are going to the 2nd Rite.

Lay this up in the first place on the floor, up.

Fully stretch your arms on your side and put your hands on the floor.

Then lift your head off the floor, but as you do it, you lift your feet straight to your knees, upright.

Hey, wait a minute, fuck Foras?

Yes, you are my friend, at least something very similar, but do not worry now, remember the following for the rite:

1. Before commencing the ceremony, empty the lungs and then take a deep breath for approx. For 3 seconds, then lift the legs up for 3 seconds

. Stop in Repeat 21 (Like All Rites)

Counter Pose / Recovery Position for Rite # 2

For this, it's enough for a 2-3 minute dead post.

Do not forget to go to the right as described in my previous articles.

Rite 3

Now Learn the Third Order

Kneeling on the floor with your body straight

Try to Keep

Now set your chin on the chest as the yoga chin on the shoulder stand and prayayama articles

Empty the lungs

Now inhale and throw away your head and

As you curve, you attach your arms and your hands to the bottom end of the buttock.

After the excavation, return to the original position and restart the ceremony.

Breathe deeply as the spine arcs breathe when you return to a rigid position

Counter Pose / Recovery Position in 3rd Ceremony

The child's position that preceded as the case may be – – Headstand has discussed.

4th Rite

The xercise will look like it's backward.

Instead of going to the ground floor

Sit down on your feet with your feet straight in front of you and with your feet

With the power of your upper body, put your palms on the floor beside the bottom.

Now apply the same chin that you used in rite 3, then fold your head so much

However, lift the body so that the knees bend until the arms are straight.

The node of the body will be aligned with the upper legs horizontally to the floor

Then stretch all the muscles in the body

Now loosen your muscles when you return to the original sitting position and relax before repeating the procedure .

The breathing pattern, (rebound head), breathe while returning to the sitting position, breathe.

Counter Pose / Recovery