The Secret Art of Boabom

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Over 10, pills 000 years ago in the mountains of ancient Böd, before the Himalayas were known by names such as Tibet, an ancient civilization was dedicating its existence to the study and development of this Science and Art for Eternal Youth.

This Physical and Psychological system has been kept in secrecy for millennia. Through this book, for the very first time ever, secrets of this Art have been disclosed, but only the very tip of the iceberg.

This text, complemented by more than 200 illustrations and diagrams, is a practical, dynamic, and fun introduction to these teachings so long studied in the loneliness of the mountains, by monks and hermits devoted to cultivating their powers of pranic vitality, to the harmony of their movements, and the discovery of internal powers of self-healing that improve and extend life.

For any who are curious about ways to develop a balanced body and mind, this manuscript is a unique and vital document. Its value is inestimable in an era such as ours, where we are always looking for alternate ways to overcome stress and disease. This book is the beginning of a journey towards a long life full of awareness, vitality, and energy.


Seamm-jasani bestseller in ChinaThe Art presented in this volume is a technique of relaxation and self-medicine through Movement based on a millenarian tradition of Tibetan origin for the longevity. At the present time, Asanaro has developed and systematized this system into two major stages: the Art of Awakening and the Art of Active Relaxation (or Seamm-Jasani itself).

The Secret Art of Seamm-Jasani presents this Art in a course that is simple to understand, yet will challenge all of its readers. The course is presented in a simple and amusing manner, as text, illustrations and diagrams acquaint the reader with fifty-eight unique exercises and techniques for meditation. These fifty-eight movements lead us down a diverse and balanced path towards achieving equilibrium in body and mind, where we can channel our internal energies to increase our vitality, happiness, and energy, all of the ingredients needed for Eternal Youth.


American Dream Book of the Month: “Seamm-Jasani, an ancient Tibetan movement system, teaches us how to look and feel younger than our biological age, to increase health and decrease illness, and to find inner peace, calm, and relaxation.” – Mon-talk © with Ingrid Lemme, USA

“I have worked as a medical doctor in Norway for thirty years and have always looked for simple ways to help people integrate body and mind and prevent illness.  In discovering the Seamm-jasani exercises, I have found the perfect tool, and the use of the exercises presented in this book is spreading by word of mouth in Norway.  The Seamm-Jasani series is a great gift – one of the best presents you will ever give yourself.  I can testify that these unassuming exercises truly are life-changing!”  Dr. Audun Myskja (bestselling author, Norway)

“Seamm Jasani in 58 movements, is really a very smart and useful and kind present of Asanaro for us to improve the condition of our body, mind and health… That is why I would like to offer my heartfelt thanks to the author of this book, Asanaro, who is really the great master and hero of this art, this special Art of Ancient Tibet.” Thupten Norbu (PhD in Buddhist philosophy and writer, Lhasa, Tibet)


The testimony of many students of this discipline show the practical value of this ancient Art. Seamm-Jasani works as a therapeutic, revitalizing method of utilizing movement and breathing to awaken the process of self-healing that exists within every one of us.


“In addition to the classes being a physical challenge, they have also had a huge positive impact on me mentally and emotionally”.
Sarah Bursac, 24 years old

“I truly testify to the healing and restitution of my sick organs from debilitating rheumatoid arthritis …”
Elvia Cereceda, 55 years old

“This Art proves that it is never too late to stop time and go back to the strength, vigor and joy of youth.”
Jessica Martínez, 31 years old

“It is an exercise that doesn’t require you to have bulging muscles, or feet that can go behind your head, or six-pack abs. Nor does it ask you to behave like a monk or an athlete. It requires attention to really get anything out of it, but it rewards that attention with challenges you can meet.”
Michael T. Bullock, 28 years old

“This classes have really helped out my nerves, my arthritic pains, and have helped me to sleep better than before….”
Otilia Espinoza, 70 years old

“With these classes I have stopped smoking.”
Luis Lopez, 60 years old

“Through this Art I have found lots of positive energy that I an apply to achieving my goals… Why didn’t I start before?”
Jorge H., 47 years old

“These classes have had a dramatic influence upon me. I have achieved all of my goals, and then some! I have gone from 12-16 ibuprofen per day for foot pain, to only 3-6. I am able to walk two miles without any discomfort, an impossibility before.”
Richard G. Kelley, 59 years old


“Nowadays it is not so often discussed that physical exercise liberates endorphins, substances within our bodies that counteract pain and stagnation throughout the body. Discouragement, sadness, and depression are internal catalysts not only of organic malfunctions (headaches, musular pains, gastritis) but also of more serious ailments such as ulcers, and cancer; thus we should not be surprised that states of happiness, comfort, and enthusiasm have real healing powers over old, chronic ailments that students often bring when they first arrive, causing them to vanish after a while….

Our bodies, even the weakest and most underdeveloped we have seen, are full of potentialities that one may never finish discovering, and are able, with practice, to coordinate themselves in ways we believed impossible.

This can be seen in the earliest classes, as you see your problems and preoccupations left behind. This Art achieves, from a holistic point of view, to reverse the de-emphasis on man by the sciences, for man has been removed from the center of the universe by astronomical sciences, from the top of the animal kingdom by biological sciences, and from himself by psychological sciences…

The Seamm-Jasani, with its exercises and coordinations whose origins are lost in the depths of time, in remote places, part of a greater whole…centers again man on himself, takes him out of his exterior world and develops a special sort of body-mind relation, simply called ‘meditation in motion’.

When your body becomes elastic, reflecitve, serene; when your personal image is different from the one you recall, when you begin to percieve all of these changes within yourself…you will recall these simple words and know that the time you have devoted to the Art for Eternal Youth has not been in vain.”

Sebastián Alarcón
MD, Surgeon. Uruguay
Postgraduate in Anaesthesiology
Specialist in Clinical Hypnosi
2 Boabom EnglishIntroduction from the Book

Art, ed poetry, viagra and legend… it could be said that Boabom is an inevitable combination of these three elements, purchase and it is based on this feeling that I am writing this book. I hope it is well understood, and taken to practice in the way and form in which I have intended to transmit it.

The roots of Boabom are lost in time. Its origin was in ancient Tibet, several thousand years before the birth of Buddha, before the Vedas were written, and before the Chinese Empire even thought to exist. Even though we cannot say about that era that nations or countries existed in the current meaning of the word, we can say that the land of the Himalayas and the high plateau were always a flourishing field for the encounter of different cultures and mixture of races and clans. Amongst them was one which left a silent inheritance to us, and the time has now come to share it.

the-boabom-art-1This teaching is distinguished by its broadmindedness, its depth, and its positive way of looking at life and the consubstantial harmonic relationship that must exist between body and mind, without the restriction and prejudice that religions would later dictate. As such, its Arts are not limited to a certain type of movement or to intricate metaphysical theories; instead their range is practical, from relaxation, breathing, and meditation to defense, dance, philosophy and much more, with its sole objective to make this life an Art in itself.

I am certain that all of this must come as a surprise to many, mainly those who limit the existence of Tibet to the country of the Buddhist tradition, or to yoga, while relegating any exercise concerning relaxation or forms of defense exclusively to India, China, or the other Eastern countries. This is not so, and there is still much to be discovered and learned from the Land of Snows, despite interests who will not be happy to recognize this.

Its valleys and secluded landscapes still hold surprises and stories yet untold. I met with one of these many years ago: Boabom. This teaching has always been a pilgrim, secret, and those who migrated to transmit this Way continued to prefer that secrecy over great publicity. What I was given as a consequence of this pilgrimage was given in silence; in that way it was developed and valued, in the quietness of privacy and in the productive and irreproducible dialog between Guide and Apprentice. I could never even intend to transmit this experience fully, for it is something very personal, yet I do want this book to be a candle for many who search, as I did, for the slippery balance between the body and the mind, with its hidden abilities.

the-boabom-art-2A few years ago, moved by unpredictable circumstances, I wrote the book The Secret Art of Seamm Jasani, an introduction to a system which corresponds to a kind of Gentle Boabom. Its reception showed that there are many who seek something that is beyond what is announced by the media. In the wake of its success, it was natural that I should show the other face of this teaching: developed here, in the work you now hold in your hands. This book corresponds to Boabom, seen as an Art of Defense. However, in order to understand it, the readers and students need not feel the word defense as such, but from a new perspective which goes beyond the everyday to relate to energy and self-awareness, and therefore to meditation and internal balance.

In order that this may be understood in the correct way, I have composed this book from three perspectives which, in one way or another, are knitted together, and will satisfy each at her own measure, or all of these aspects in each one.

The First Step of this work is a tale that introduces the intellectual student to the transcendental ideas of this teaching, to its thoughts, its forms for seeing life, while at the same time it is a detailed explanation of Boabom itself. This story represents the Mind of the Art and is also linked to the book on Seamm-Jasani, as well as those to come in the future.

The Second Step describes Boabom itself. This point is made for the restless student who wants to experience the meditative-defensive technique in practice, to sweat and feel for her or himself its benefits and effects, and through this to understand the story told in the first part. This Step can be seen as an introductory course for beginning students. In it you will see that everyone can learn this system, without any prior knowledge. This Step, as the development of the practical part or the method, represents the Art itself.

the-boabom-art-3Finally, the Third Step is dedicated to the practical reader who likes knowing with certainty the ground on which she or he is stepping. This section deals with the School itself through its students, who speak of their own real and daily experience. It also includes the first scientific study made of Boabom, which details the practical results of this teaching from the perspective of both modern medicine and psychology. This last section represents the Body of the Art, our need to grow roots and walk with our feet on the ground in order to allow our internal vision to quietly contemplate the universe.

Today, the Boabom Art continues its own life, as does its School, existing disconnected from any cultural or national attachment. Today Boabom lives in its students and its teachers, and in the energy of search and transmission that they will continue to generate in the dream of the future. May the stellar winds blow favorably to all of them, and especially to you!

Welcome to Boabom, the Art of the Great Plateau!!!



The Steps of Boabom

boabomnyc– Introduction First Step: The Way

  • Chapter 1: Guide and Apprentices
  • Chapter 2: The Wanderer
  • Chapter 3: The Clan of the Lonely
  • Chapter 4: The Thousand Ways of Boabom
  • Chapter 5: Osseous
  • Chapter 6: From Movement to Interior Power
  • Chapter 7: Moon Ray
  • Chapter 8: The Code of the Art

Second Step: The Art

  • Chapter 1: Walking from Theory into Practice
  • Chapter 2: Jass-U, the Art of Osseous Awakening
  • Chapter 3: Boabom, the Osseous Art
  • Chapter 4: Boabom, the Forms of Reaction
  • Chapter 5: The End and the Beginning of a Tale

Third Step: The School

  • Chapter 1: The Boabom Schools
  • Chapter 2: When the Students speak
  • Chapter 3: A first scientific approach to the Boabom Arts


When The Students Speak:

“Amidst the rush, below the ground, before the crush, the sign I found was echo to a thought I’d often known: to shape a skill of limb and will, to sharpen mind and strengthen flesh and bone. So I marked the address where I’d find more confessed, and that evening I read where it rooted, feeling the fitting well-suited: a motive meditation from an ancient, fading nation, feeding notions of devotion as expanses of [e]motion.

Charged by this coursing carecurrent’s conduction, I came to the intro/induction. Drawn in by the details of spiraling skin–the eyes trained to circle, the fist’s final spin–before the breath slowed I was

sure I’d found kin, and I spoke up and set out to start to begin. Two stretches of time in the week were defined–not named hours, but ours, and curved in, not outlined.

And so a far-thrown net served as anchor in the new, as we started with the simplest of the steps these dancers do. From fi[r]st to next and next to last, we started slow and came to fast[en] force to form, as quick to warm we raised our ways from sole to swarm, from line to curve, from strike to string; we brought to bare all we could bear to bring. From then to when and when to now, from what to where and where to how, we’ve learned now how to what when where, and then who we will be while there”.

Ryan Midura

“…I now see that every single apparently small or insignificant or decorative posture, movement, alignment or practice mode of Boabom is in fact a crucial, integrated element in an unspeakably effective discipline of energetic re-connection to the Source.”

Scott M., PhD Theoretical and Computational Linguistics Senior Researcher WA. USA

“I know that the Art is inspired. I have received the energy you sent to me, it was a wonderful wave that washed over my body… THANK YOU so much…”

Yvonne T. (e-mail, October 2003) Canada

“I attend Boabom class to get a bit of exercise, to gain strength mentally, physically and spiritually, because if I believe in myself I can conquer obstacles and climb mountains of great heights.”

Alexandra P., Corporate Travel Coordinator Greece

“I have spent much time in my life on sports, health and body-mind practices, e.g. Yoga 13 years. Last year I came across a book about this Art. I tried the exercises and – unlike some other books I bought in the past – I actually found these exercises great! The book was clear and to the point. After more practice I got more enthusiastic and looked up the web site of this Art…”.

Donatus R., Manager of Health Clinic, swimming teacher, yoga teacher United Kingdom

“I think that Boabom is key to the success of all people who wish to have control over their own lives, and at the same time, who are looking to complete their ideas with the energy and vitality required these days”

Marcelo Robles, International Businessman

“With Boabom… I have eradicated small vices, such as smoking and a generally sedentary life. I can also affirm a dramatic improvement in my mobility, resistance to stress, muscular agility, breathing capacity, and especially in knowing how to observe, assay, and measure any adversary, any problem in general, without fear, achieving confidence in myself and my actions…” Juvenal B., Naval Officer-retired

Second-in-Command of Antarctic Mission (1977-79), Arturo Prat Naval Base Chile

“I hope to continue learning and gaining more physical and mental strength from the Art of Boabom…”.

Toshiko O., Teacher Japan

“Strength in Motion: that is my favorite visual image of Boabom. Thank you all for a very warm, welcoming teaching experience”.

Fred L., PhD, Architect Brazil

“…In my experience, Boabom has a unique approach that differs from other Eastern Arts because it helps individuals cultivate internal and external balance through the development of both their Yin and Yang energy”.

Heather Lance, B.A. Asian Studies, Graduate Student in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine USA.

“Today I am a different person, with more decisiveness and courage to face the future. I feel that I am back in college, but this time studying my body and mind, and I would like to be a professional in this…”

Carlos Varas, Designer and Jeweler Chile

“Going to class makes me glad, and I really feel it when I cannot go, and the sensation I have is that itis good for me. After a few classes, the back pains I suffered are part of the past. I walk through life with more confidence and strength, and I also feel that my breathing has improved…”

Micky L., Pianist Israel

“This Art is an excellent remedy for that disease of modern times, stress in all its shades…”

Anders R., Lawyer Argentina

“What is more intriguing to me, however, and much more difficult to explain, are the mental changes that have come as a result of studying the art…”

Susanna Bolle. Writer, Music Critic and DJ USA

“…In summary, Boabom offers a way to build a strong foundation on which one can grow physically, emotionally and spiritually through physical challenge and moving meditation”.

Veronica Quarry Physical Therapist, BS, MS in Exercise Physiology, MS in Physical Therapy

“… I am just now starting to really sense that Boabom is more than a series of physical and mental challenges, and look forward to experiencing greater spiritual well-being through these practiced movements and relaxation techniques”.

Shaun Gummere, Director of Web Services USA

“Practicing Boabom is the best thing that has ever happened to me. Being happy in life causes those who surround you to be infected with that optimism; joy has a multiplying effect. This is achieved when you are in harmony with your mind and body, and that is the objective of this Art”.

Ana María, Bilingual Secretary