SEASON IS OPEN
It’s time to start our open air exercising at St Ann’s Well Gardens in Hove! If two of us can fix a time for practice I will announce drop-in sessions in our Facebook Group and send text messages (07745035991)
Flexibility is not a prerequisite!
I completed the Dharma Gate Buddhist College in Budapest, Hungary as a buddhist theologian and a yoga teacher (BSc). I work mainly as a Yumeiho therapist specialised on back pain issues but I often give some homework to my clients in the form of physical exercising. I have my collection of the most recommended exercises based on Tibetan yoga (Lu Jong), Hatha yoga and physiotherapy which are practised one to one or in a small group.
Tibetan yoga (Lu Jong) and other spine exercises for back pain
You can learn and practise the 5 basic exercises of Lu Jong and some useful movements which can help to prevent or overcome back pain. These are the most important home exercises what I teach and recommend as part of the Yumeiho therapy. The focus is on the basic 5 exercise of Tibetan yoga (Lu Jong), I have got the permission from Dahortsang Loten Tibetan Lu Jong master to teach. If you practise it daily your back pain will gone in 3 weeks.
BUDDHIST PROSTRATION FOR STRENGHTENING THE CORE MUSCLES and MEDITATION
Buddhist prostration is a similar strengthening exercise like rolling with a fitness exercise wheel. It gives more stability as you don’t need to balancing and trying to avoid overrolling. It requires no particular background or belief. Short meditation and relaxation support the work of the natural self healing energy which is activated by this practise.
PRANAYAMA (BREATHING EXERCISES) and MEDITATION
Breathing is connected with the energy channels which has an influence on our emotions and mental state. Cleaning and balancing the energy body with pranayama and meditation can lead to satisfaction, peaceful mind and joy.