January 26

Quick Tibetan Rites Demos and Tips from Coach Nancy

Video Table of contents
00:00 Opening Slide
00:08 Intro from Nancy Byerly Jones
02:04 Medical Disclaimer
02:29 Exercise 1 - Spin / Rotation
02:56 Exercise 2 - Leg Lift
03:23 Exercise 3 - Camel (The Arch)
03:51 Exercise 4 - Tabletop
04:23 Exercise 5 - Double Dog
04:59 50 Military Style Pushups!

I created this video In an effort to help individuals and small groups as they explore what the heck these Tibetan Rites (TR) exercises are all about.  This one is in addition to my other Tibetan Rites videos which are longer and more detailed.
I wanted to offer an abbreviated way (a "quickie" TR tutorial so to speak!) to check it all out.  Also, please check out another of my earlier posts citing several resources for visitors to check out regarding the TR.

Whether you watch all my TR videos or just this one, one of my goals is to encourage folks to have fun exploring and learning all about the history and benefits of these amazing five back-to-back exercise movements ..... while doing so, I hope you decide that the Tibetan Rites will indeed have a place in your efforts to create an amazing "tool" in your healthy vitality plan tool box.

I Do One Lunge Stretch Each Leg After Tibetan Rites Exercise #1  Why? Because it feels good :-))

Finally, if you're ready to give them a fair trial, please remember to be patient with your body and progress and to research the many modifications available for each exercise in your beginning months.  Patience is indeed essential, but one of the fairly quick hidden gifts that the Rites give us (and there are SO many!) is our bodies telling us that they really are making a positive difference!   They help us in maintaining a positive outlook on life, they for sure make us stronger, more flexible and our balance improves significantly.  And to top it all, the benefits truly do grow with time.

Bottom line:  The 15 minutes you devote to the TR each day will be one of the best gifts you have ever given yourself....truly the gift that keeps on giving as "they" say.🌻


About the author 

Nancy Byerly Jones

Nancy Byerly Jones and her husband reside on their mountainside ranch (“Little Hee Haw Farm”) with an energetic “family” of horses, donkeys (large and miniature), dogs and cats. Their favorite pastime is sharing the joy and fun of their animals and ranch life with their family, friends and clients.

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