Tibetan Yoga The balance of 7 chakras


Tibetan Yoga They balance the 7 chakras

Tibetan Yoga comprises of 5 simple, yet dynamic yogic exercises called 5 Tibetan Rites, meditation, praanayam and positive thinking.

The Five Tibetan Rites is a yoga routine based on a ritual of exercises done by the Tibetan Lamas, which helped them to live very long and healthy life and to stay ever young. (They were developed over centuries in the monasteries of Tibet. In 1930 a retired British army officer, who learnt these from the Lamas, brought them to the west). They are now practiced around the world and are said to prevent aging. The entire routine can be completed in less than 20 minutes. An important part of the Tibetan exercises is a conscious synchronization of breathing while performing physical activity.

They balance the 7 chakras & regulate the hormonal output. They effect our digestive system, cardio vascular system, nervous system and respiratory system.

These low profile yogic secrets of the Lamas will unearth all the energies and an awesome power lying dormant within you, aligning it with the cosmic energy to give you the best of both mind & body.


Tibetan Yoga is the union of mind, body and spirit, & is based on Buddhism. The Godly Tibetan Lamas believe in living each moment to the fullest, i.e. to be consciously and totally present in every moment. These Lamas lived for 100 years and more but looked & felt like they were 50 years old. Their secret of eternal youth & vitality was a set of 5 simple yogic exercises called the ‘5 Rites ‘which were developed over centuries in the monasteries of Tibet.

In 1930 they were brought to the west by a retired British army officer, Corl. Bredford. who lived with the Lamas & practiced the 5 Rites for 3 years and returned looking many years younger. His friend, Peter Kelder, recorded the experiences of Bredford in a book called “The Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth”. Millions of people started doing the 5 Rites with amazing experiences of regaining youth, vitality, & of being cured of depression, arthritis, backache, diabetes, & digestive, respiratory, & heart problems.

Rustam and Razia Patel were introduces to the 5 Rites by a friend who had bounced back to perfect health after suffering from 3 heart attacks.
Impressed by this, Razia went to USA and took classes of Tibetan Yoga and brought back books and video of the 5 Rites.

Then both Razia & Rustam started doing the Rites & within weeks were cured of slip disc and spondilytis. They then started sharing Tibetan Yoga with their friends who also felt positive effect on their physical & mental health.

One lady who got very good benefits of doing the Rites wrote an article in the Times of India paper, and after reading that article 100s of people called wanting to learn the 5 Rites and that is how Razia started doing workshops to teach people Tibetan yoga& meditation.

The feedback that they got from the participants was dramatic….They all felt very energetic, got relief from neck & backache, reduced high blood pressure & diabetes, their concentration and efficiency improved, & they felt more positive.

“It is very heartening to hear ladies share that their husbands are returning home from work feeling fresh & energetic so their family & social life has improved”says Razia.


The Five Tibetan Rites is a yoga routine based on a ritual of exercises done by the Tibetan Lamas , which helped them to live very long and healthy life and to stay ever young& vibrant. They are simple yet highly energizing exercises which anyone of any age can do very easily.  An important part of the Tibetan exercises is a conscious synchronization of breathing while performing physical activity.

They were brought to the west early in this century by a retired British army officer who learned them from Lamas and practiced them in a Tibetan lamasery. He himself became many years younger.

They are practiced around the world and very effective to prevent aging.  

The Five Tibetans take a minimum of daily time and effort but can dramatically increase physical strength and suppleness as well as mental acuity. Even newcomers to yoga will experience the Five Tibetans’ liberating effect on the innate energetic power of the human body and mind. Regular practice of these exercises relieves muscular tension and nervous stress, improves respiration and digestion, benefits the cardiovascular system and leads to deep relaxation and well-being. The Five Tibetans can be a powerful vehicle not only for enlivening the senses but also for generating and harnessing vital energy for self transformation.
The entire routine can be completed in less than 20 minutes.

The 5 Rites attract the universal energy into our body; balancing the 7 Chakras which promote the free flow of prana (chi energy) revitalizing our body & mind.

They activate endocrine glands regulating the hormonal output. 5 Rites work on the nervous, digestive, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems of our body.


The results reported by participants who did Tibetan yoga for just 15 days were as follows:

  • Feeling very energetic & youthful so can work better & longer time without tiring.
  • Concentration & memory improved.
  • Felt relaxed and better able to cope with stress.
  • Digestion & quality of sleep improved.
  • Relief from backache, spondylitis, & arthritis.
  • Weight, Blood pressure and diabetics brought under control.
  • Great sense of well-being & overall fitness – no more depression.

Benefits of performing the rites
The Five Tibetan Rites have curative powers and that some of the benefits of regular daily practice include:

  • Relief from joint pain and arthritis
  • Relief from back pain & spondelitis
  • Improved memory
  • Improved vision
  • Hair growth
  • Weight loss
  • Increase in physical strength, energy, endurance and vigor
  • Improved physical and mental health
  • Increased sense of well-being
  • Sound sleep
  • Relief from migraine headaches.
  • Rejuvenation and looking & feeling younger.
  • Vigor and vitality improves sex life. 

Potential Benefits of the Five Rites :looking much younger; sleeping soundly; waking up feeling refreshed and energetic; release from serious medical problems including difficulties with spines; relief from problems with joints; release from pain; better memory; arthritis relief; weight loss; improved vision; youthing instead of aging; greatly improved physical strength, endurance and vigor; improved emotional and mental health; enhanced sense of well being and harmony; and very high overall energy.

For thousands of years, medical practitioners have maintained that the body has seven principal energy centers which correspond to the seven endocrine glands, also known as chakras. Chakras are essentially energies within spinning vortexes. As a vortex is increased, the life force becomes stronger and more directed.

Recent medical research has uncovered convincing evidence that the aging process is hormone-regulated.  The five ancient Tibetan rites are said to normalize hormonal imbalances  in the body, thereby holding the key to lasting youth, health, and vitality.  The rites stimulate the energy system in the body, wake up the chakras, and get energy moving from your core outward to your extremities. The theory behind the rites is that your kundalini (spiritual energy) is stored and lies at the base of your spine and that these rites access that energy in a very efficient, fast, and safe way.

Some call these rites isometric exercises. Although they are helpful in stretching muscles and joints and improving muscle tone, this is not their primary purpose. The vortexes spin fast when we are young but as we age or if we are very stressed and don’t exercise, then these vortexes slow down.  Slow & abnormal  vortexes produces abnormal health, deterioration, and old age. The 5 Rites normalize the speed of the spinning vortexes by keeping them spinning at the same rate and working in harmony.



One comment

  1. Who wrote this? Who were the Lamas? Where is the source for the medical research? The picture is by whom, showing what? Showing the 5 “Rites”? What tradition is the source, rites form which culture/Religion? i know some of the answers and i must say this article is insufficient and the “facts” are so incongruous, that it is doing more harm to what exist as it will be misleading for people really interested in Tibetan wisdom and heritage. Start again.

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