Waking Up the Body: The Five Tibetans Yoga Flow – 30 mins

With Sylvia Ferguson.
The Five Tibetan Rites, also known as the ‘Five Tibetans’, are a series of physical movements that are believed to promote health, vitality, and longevity. These exercises are derived from a Tibetan yoga tradition said to be over 2,500 years old. The recommended practice is to start with three repetitions of each exercise and gradually increase the repetitions over time. Practitioners often perform the Five Tibetan Rites in the morning, ideally on an empty stomach. It is important to listen to your body and modify the exercises as needed to avoid strain or injury.
In this practice, Sylvia weaves the Five Tibetans into a yoga flow practice to wake up the whole body and take it through a vibrant range-of-motion practice. Flowing in and out of familiar yoga poses, we weave the Tibetans into a complete mini-practice designed to leave you feeling alive and awake in every part of the body. Modifications and cautions are offered for all levels of practice, as the poses can be challenging.

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