Yoga - Tree Pose

  1. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart.

  2. Bring the hands together at the center of the chest in prayer pose.

  3. Shift your weight onto your right foot.

  4. Bend your left knee.

  5. Keep a long spine while you reach down and clasp your left ankle.

  6. Place the sole of your left foot on the inner right thigh.

  7. Lengthen your tailbone toward the floor to stand tall.

  8. Bring your gaze to a fixed spot in front of you to help you maintain balance.

  9. Take several deep breaths in this pose.

  10. Exhale and release the left leg back to standing pose.

  11. Repeat on the other side.

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  1. They are also called the Five Rites of Rejuvenation, because they are said to slow down the aging process.

  2. They seem to be more than 2,500 years old.

  3. They seem to have been used by Tibetan monks.

  4. They have many health benefits, including weight loss, improved memory, emotional and mental health, detoxification.

  5. Each exercise stimulates a certain chakra and hormonal system.

  6. The five exercises represent a complete workout for the whole body.

  7. Each exercise is performed 21 times.

  8. Rite 1: Tibetan Spin

  9. Rite 2: Prone To Upward Staff Pose

  10. Rite 3: Rabbit To Camel Pose

  11. Rite 4: Staff To Upward Plank Pose

  12. Rite 5: Upward Dog To Downward Dog

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