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Sat, 11 Jul


The Yoga Space Hastings

5 Tibetan Rites Workshop

The ancient secrets of the Fountain of Youth

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5 Tibetan Rites Workshop
5 Tibetan Rites Workshop

Time & Location

11 Jul 2020, 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

The Yoga Space Hastings, 208 Heretaunga Street East, Hastings 4122, New Zealand

About The Event

The Five Tibetan Rites are an ancient yoga practice that consists of a sequence of five exercises. Practitioners report that the program has many physical, mental, and spiritual benefits. These effects are thought to restore a person’s vitality and strength. Due to these benefits, the Five Tibetan Rites are traditionally known as the “Fountain of Youth.”  In this workshop you will be presented to the practice, the way to start and sustain it and will be able to ask any questions you might have. 

 WHEN? 11th July 2020 3.30-5pm

 Cost: $25

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What are the 5 Tibetan Rites?  

The Five Tibetan Rites are thought to be more than 2,500 years old. They were reportedly created by Tibetan lamas (monks), or leaders of Tibetan Buddhism. In 1985, the rites were first introduced to Western culture in the book “Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth” by Peter Kelder. This book, which describes the program as “youthing,” explains the exercises in detail. The practice of these exercises is based on the body’s energy. According to practitioners, the body has seven energy fields, or vortexes. These fields are called chakras in Hindu. It’s said that these fields control parts of the endocrine system, a network of glands and organs that regulate many of the body’s functions, including the aging process.  

Other reported benefits include: 

- relief from joint pain and stiffness 

- improved strength and coordination 

- better circulation 

- reduced anxiety 

- better sleep 

- improved energy 

- a youthful appearance  

Join us and find out more!  

Facilitator: Radha Iveta

Radha is a meditation and yoga teacher with over 6 years of experience teaching internationally. The Tibetan rites is a practice that has been a favourite & dear to her for more than 10 years.

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