Yes, its true. Yoga can boost your sex life like never before.
In a recent finding, it was found that yoga can transform a person”s sex life at its very core.
Yoga allows both men and women to tap into their sexual energy like never before.
Dr. Yvonne Kristin Fulbright, a sex educator, relationship expert, columnist and founder of Sexuality Source Inc, says that most of the times its very difficult for any men or women to get back into the left tasks or any exercise routine but the beauty with yoga is that along with taking care of the person, yoga also takes care of the individual.
So, what actually can yoga do for your sex life –
- Yoga can increase sensitivity. It can help a person breathe more fully, decrease anxiety level and blood pressure. Recent research has suggested that meditation, prayer and yoga can significantly improve person’s health and make a person more primed for intimacy.
- Yoga allows in gaining more powerful orgasms. Yoga allows person to have a greater control over over pelvic floor muscles and sex organs resulting in better climax. Yoga helps in releasing muscle tension which, in turn, rocks the body for full-body orgasms.
- Yoga fills person with more energy and enthusiasm. Yoga is invigorating.
- Yoga makes person more aware of his or her body’s strengths and limits and enables he or she to develop flexibility, coordination, balance and physical strength, must things for bedroom pleasure.
- Yoga helps in gaining better muscle tone which in turn increases sexual responsiveness.
- Yoga exercises enables a person to engage in a greater variety of sex positions for greater pleasure.
The above facts clearly illustrate the importance of yoga in one’s sexual life. So, practice yoga from today onwards and rejuvenate your sex life.
Here are the major ways it works:
- Better Orgasms
- Promote flexibility
- Improve sexual stamina
Upavistha Konasana (Wide-Legged Straddle Pose)
How to do it: Sit on the floor with your legs wide. Leg muscles are activated and toes and kneecaps point straight up. Lean your torso forward as far as it goes comfortably. Hold for 5 to 10 deep breaths.
Sexual Benefits: Increases blood flow (and thus sensation) in the pelvis.
Baddha Konasana (Bound Angle Pose, also known as Cobbler’s Pose)
How to do it: Sit with your knees bent and soles of the feet touching. Lightly hold your big toes and lean your torso forward over your legs (back is gently rounded). Hold for 5 to 10 deep breaths.
Sexual benefits: Alleviates urinary and uterine disorders. Strengthens the uterus. Eases irritability, anxiety and fatigue, three reasons we might choose not to have sex.