A SIMPLE EXERCISE CALLED, “SUPERBRAIN YOGA” IS MAKING PEOPLE OF ALL AGES SMARTER
The following video explains the details and shows you this simple yet transformative exercise:
Getting smarter has never been so easy.
What is Superbrain Yoga?
Superbrain yoga is a quick and easy exercise, which anyone can do to improve a myriad of common conditions such as: poor memory, lack of concentration, clumsiness and emotional instability.
How does it work?
It stimulates intelligence by syncronizing the right and left hemispheres of the brain. It can provide real help for those with learning difficulties, Autism and Alzheimer�s disease. It’s free and no drugs or exercise equipment is needed.
What are the benefits?
On the CBS news story video clip above, a teacher, doctor, neurobiologist, occupational therapist, and parent discuss how this one easy exercise can be beneficial in numerous ways such as:
� Stimulates neural pathways via acupressure points in the earlobes
� Synchronizes the right and left side of the brain to improve function
� Sharpens intelligence in seniors, juniors, moms, dads and kids
� Helps those with Autism, Asperger’s syndrome, learning difficulties and behavioral problems
� Is fast and simple to do – takes just 1 to 3 minutes a day
� Benefits anyone of any age
Make sure you are wearing comfortable clothing and have removed any ear jewellery before starting. Avoid doing the exercise immediately after eating.
- Step One: Stand with your feet about shoulder distance apart, toes pointing forward.
- Step Two: Hold your right ear lobe between your left thumb and finger, with the thumb on the outside of the lobe (we’re not joking).
- Step Three: Hold your left ear lobe between your right thumb and finger, again with you thumb on the outside of the lobe. You should now be holding both earlobes with your arms crossed over your chest, right arm on top (and we’re still not joking).
- Step Four: Look directly ahead and commence doing a body squat by slowly bending your knees and lowering your body toward the floor. Go as low as you comfortably can and then slowly raise yourself back to a standing position. Exhale as you squat and inhale as you stand.
- Step Five: Repeat the squats for 1 to 3 minutes, or 14 – 21 times, while continuing to hold your earlobes.
Results may be immediate or gradual. Concentration should certainly be stronger within 3 weeks. The exercise only needs to be done once a day but if concentration wanes it can be repeated as often as desired.
In or Out?
Some groups swear by the ’squat and exhale’ approach while others insist it has to be, ’squat and inhale’ (as recommended in the video).
As both claim their breathing technique works, either is probably fine.
We have placed the squat and exhale method in our written instructions as an alternative to the video recommendation. It is also consistent with the principles of yoga where the breath is expelled with chest compression and inhaled with chest expansion.
The bottom line is, use the approach that works best for you.
For the Committed
Some say the exercise is more effective if done while facing east (where the sun rises) with the tongue pressed firmly into the roof of the mouth – a tip no stranger than being told to hang on to your earlobes!
So, with an exercise this easy why not commit to giving your brain a regular workout? Just hold those ears and bend the knees for a few minutes each day to have clearer thinking and a sharper memory.
I’m excited to share this with you because we can all benefit from improved brain function. Don’t delay, start today!