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Yoga for Better Sex: Asanas and Practices

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Yoga for Better Sex: Asanas and Practices

You may have heard that people who do yoga are the best in sex. And this is true! Thanks to their amazing flexibility, conscious approach, lower levels of stress, controlled breathing, and eye contact flirting, these people are able to surprise their partners again and again. If you want to learn the art of sex from the enlightened and passionate yoga people, we offer you to learn 8 asanas that will help you later move your skills to bed.

These simple asanas will give you flexibility and help pay particular attention to your back and hips – the main areas that most often lead to discomfort during sex. Yoga is the key that can open the cherished door. This is an opportunity to find peace of mind, get to know your inner world and, most importantly, open to your partner with all your heart. Yoga teaches people to be attentive to the present moment, live and enjoy life, bring the ability to relax and be natural, and get rid of insults and fears. All this can be useful both on the love front and in other areas of your life.

Marjaryasana – Bitilasana

The alternation of Marjaryasana – Bitilasana asana teaches us to control our coccyx, thereby strengthening the muscles that contract during orgasm. The position has a beneficial effect on the reproductive system, normalizes the functioning of the hormonal system, and contributes to recovery in the postpartum period.

Bhujangasana

This is the position that “opens the heart”. Love and energy come from the heart, and this position is indirectly combined with sexual intimacy. It has a stimulating effect and is perfect for couples who feel insecure to be sexy.

Adho Mukha Svanasana

In this position, try to focus on the sensations. Adho Mukha Svanasana is the main yoga position for sex. Regular fulfillment of the asana will return the lost energy, bring harmony into your inner world and allow you to relax. Staying in the position will slowly warm your body and adjust to a sexy mood.  It looks like a good old doggie-style position. And G-spot will thank you again for multiple orgasms.

Vrikshasana

It requires increased concentration. It helps stop the world around for a while. Vrikshasana teaches lovers to be attentive and sensitive, which is important in sexual relations with a partner.

Baddha Konasana

It significantly increases blood circulation in the pelvic region, thereby warming and stimulating the internal organs. This position provides a unique chance to reach G-spot.

Chaturanga Dandasana

Performing this position, you can increase your self-esteem and well-being. And most importantly, you will make your sex life brighter. Chaturanga Dandasana includes a large number of muscles, thereby increasing strength and endurance.

Salamba Sarvangasana

Standing on the shoulders, you increase blood flow throughout the body, fill the body with energy, and enhance physical and sexual capabilities. This position massages the femoral area tones the muscles of the hips and gives complete freedom to your lower body.

Savasana

This position is the most pleasant of all! It will allow you to get rid of any tension and stress. Lie on your back; your legs are stretched out, and arms are along the body. Close your eyes and relax as much as possible, holding your palms up and spreading your legs shoulder width. Carefully track the condition of each muscle in your body, from tip to toe. Stay in this position for 5-10 minutes. People sometimes want to have lazy sex after it.

So, if you don’t have enough motivation to play sports together, then we suggest studying these asanas in order to use them in an unusual place – in bed.

 

Diana Ross

dianaross4785@gmail.com

Diana is a yoga enthusiast. She began practicing yoga and instantly recognized the numerous healing benefits yoga has to offer.