Talk about another incredible added bonus. It's called "The Fountain of Youth," and it's an ancient ritual that includes five Tibetan rites, or exercises, for keeping the body flexible, nimble, and young.
Although these exercises are more than 2,500 years old and thought to be originally created by the leaders of Tibetan Buddhism, they were not introduced to Western culture until the 1980s.
Stand with your arms outstretched and horizontal to the floor, palms facing down. Align your arms and shoulders. Your feet should be shoulder-width apart.
Lie flat on the floor with your arms at your sides. The palms of your hands should be on the floor.
Kneel on the floor with your toes curled under your feet. Place your hands on the backs of your thighs. Slide your hands down your thighs and draw your shoulders back.
Sit on the ground with your legs out in front of you. Have your feet about 12 inches apart. Keep your palms on the ground.
Lie down on your stomach with your palms on the ground. They should be about in line with your pectoral muscles.