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terça-feira, 22 de março de 2016

the pratic of rites - Rhamita Jordão

Rites Tibetans in rereading, by Rhahmita JordanThe Five Rites Tibetans are powerful body exercises that restores all the vital energy within a few days of practice.As a practitioner of the rites a few years, and, starting from my training as a holistic physical therapist and teacher of Physical Education, observing the rites, I felt the need to include some compensatory and complementary exercises; body awareness and stretching and emphasis on breathing. So I created the "Tibetan Zen Circuit 11:11 (CZT 11:11), works with eleven repetitions of each exercise twice in circuits. The Tibetan Rites work basically in the body axis, on the spine, and the circuit Tibetan Zen 11:11 with gentle exercises of conscious breathing, stretching and relaxation promotes well-being even greater for relaxation it offers.Rites Tibetans were discovered by the West in 1939 and is now practiced worldwide. They are called "the fountain of youth." They work in the body by stimulating the glandular system, the body's major energy centers called Chakras, with active stretching and isometric exercises (contraction). Age and idleness produce a root canal of these centers and Tibetan rites recover this quickly.The Practice of Rites:

The first rite is turning. Standing upright, arms extended to the sides, hip docked, turn from left to right, eyes open, keeping awareness on breathing and always looking ahead to complete 360¤. Start with three spins to reach 21 times. The body needs to adapt to the exercises.According rite: Lying on her back, arms along the body, palms facing down, fingers together. Inhaling, raise your head to rest the chin on the external and at the same time lift your legs with the knees straight, until upright, breathing. Return to starting position and relax again Resuming exercise.Third Rite:Made with knees and toes resting on the ground, the body straight and arms extended beside the body, palms against the side of the thighs. Breathing in, tilt your head to rest the chin on the external, in light then the head and whole body back, moving the hands back of the thighs, supporting the movement. Return to initial position and start the exercise.Rite Room: Start sitting with legs outstretched and away about forty centimeters, torso upright and his hands resting on the ground next to the hips, fingers facing forward. Inhaling, flexes his head forward until your chin touches the outside. In erga then the body off the floor, raising his head back, while the feet support the ground with their hands, forming a kind of table with the trunk and thighs. Hold contraction in the posture for a few seconds and slowly return to starting position, again resuming exercise.Fifth Rite: abdomen Lying down, palms of hands resting next to the shoulders and facing forward, toes, also on the floor.
Inhaling, lift the body off the floor with emphasis on head and torso, keeping your arms and legs extended, on the floor by the hands and feet. Then, raise the hip, forming an inverted "V" with the body, so that also the heel touches the ground. Return to starting position, relax and repeat the exercise.Rites Tibetans have a proposal for daily practice to achieve optimal performance as 'Fountain of Youth'. As is indicated for people over fifty years, the suggestion is that the person starts with a minimum of three replicates for each rite and then increase weekly until you reach the 21 repetitions for each, so practicing the complete sequence.Our Rereading of Rites:In our reinterpretation of Rites Tibetans initially we focus on the breath. We included three conscious breaths for each exercise and increase the number of times to 22 times. Then we see the need to integrate other compensatory exercises between each rite. Are exercises designed to soften the physical impact of Rites in the spine and back muscles. From then divide exercises in two of eleven circuits and we got to the new program is the Zen Circuit Tibetan 11:11.In Holistic Exercise work we are doing within the "Affection design with sustainability" in the Association, Amavag initially are creating physical conditions with the group, which has a very limited to start practicing the rites.The project as a whole aims to improve the quality of life, in all respects; physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.

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