One of my 9-year-old twins is an early riser. Paul is up the minute the sun pulses over the mountain. Grace, on the other hand, likes to sleep until the last possible moment. It takes some doing, but once she wakes up, she’s drenched in beauty, dewy-eyed and radiant. You wouldn’t think by looking at her that she might need the five Tibetan rites, the five yoga movements that some have called the fountain of youth. Click here for full article.

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