The Secret Art of Seamm-Jasani: 58 Movements for Eternal Youth from Ancient Tibet

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The Secret Art of Seamm-Jasani: 58 Movements for Eternal Youth from Ancient Tibet

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Rating : 4.26 (809 Votes)
Asin : B00069Q7ZW
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 210 Pages
Publish Date : 2013-07-02
Language : English

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More than 10,000 years ago in the ancient Himalayan Mountains, an ancestral civilization committed itself to the study and development of the Science and Art for Eternal Youth. The Secret Art consists of slow and fluid movements that improve coordination and strengthen equilibrium between body and mind through various breathing and movement techniques. A form kept in close secrecy for millennia is now revealed for the first time in this practical and dynamic guidebook. In particular, Seamm-Jasani is known for its combination of relaxation, active motion, and breathing exercises.. The teachings focus on cultivating the powers of the individual's mind, the harmony of movements, and the discovery of internal potentialities as the ultimate force of self-healing to extend one's lifetime.Comparable to a cross between yoga and tai chi, this ancient Tibetan system is designed to increase vitality, balance, and Inner Energy

Asanaro has dedicated more than twenty years to the study and teaching of alternative arts and philosophy originating in pre-Buddhist Tibet, especially with regard to meditation through the union of body and mind. He lives in Massachusetts. He has taught around the world, and has developed schools i

Yoga meets taichi meets ibuki I loved this book, and found its teachings very useful. Only problem is the repeated claims that the practice will bring about eternal life, but then again I haven't died even once since I started

About the Author Asanaro has dedicated more than twenty years to the study and teaching of alternative arts and philosophy originating in pre-Buddhist Tibet, especially with regard to meditation through the union of body and mind. . He lives in Massachusetts. He has taught around the world, and has developed schools in South America, Europe, and the United States

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