Yoga is a practice that combines physical poses, breathing techniques, and mental focus. But did you know that the best yoga positions can also improve your love life?
The Many Benefits of Practicing Yoga
Yoga can help to improve physical and mental health, increase flexibility, reduce stress, and promote relaxation. Practicing yoga can help strengthen your muscles and increase flexibility. And if you practice it regularly, it can also reduce risk factors for chronic diseases such as heart disease and high blood pressure. Additionally, regular practice can improve sleeping patterns, posture, and balance.
Practicing this ancient form of exercise also helps reduce stress by increasing mindfulness. And with consistent practice over time, many yogis report feeling calmer overall with better emotional control during challenging times. Plus, yoga can help sharpen focus and concentration, which is beneficial for work or school performance.
How Certain Yoga Positions Can Improve Your Sex Life
Yoga is an effective practice that can help you achieve a greater level of physical and mental health. But did you know it can also improve your sex life?
Yes, many yoga positions can actually help to increase your libido, strengthen your core muscles, and even improve the quality of your intimate encounters. It can also help to strengthen your body, increase awareness of self, and promote greater clarity of thought, leading to more meaningful interactions with your partner.
The best part? You can do it virtually anywhere, from the bedroom and beyond.
The Best Yoga Positions To Improve Your Sex Life
Yoga has become a popular form of exercise for many people around the world. But aside from being a great way to improve your physical health, it can also be a great way to improve your sexual health. If you want to spice it up in the bedroom, here are the best yoga positions to improve your sex life:
Extended Puppy Pose
If you enjoy the “doggy-style” position, the Extended Puppy Pose is one of the best yoga positions to practice with your partner standing behind you.
Start by getting on your hands and knees, making sure that your shoulders are above your wrists and your hips are above your knees. Take a few steps forward with your hands and curl your toes.
Move your bottom about halfway back towards your heels. Remember to engage your arms, never letting your elbows touch the ground.
Next, rest your forehead on a soft surface, such as a yoga mat or cushion. Then, slightly curve your lower back, pressing the palms of your hands against the ground as you extend your arms and lean back into your heels.
Breathe in and out, feeling your spine lengthen (and other *cough* sensations) with each breath. Hold the pose for 30 seconds, then relax.
Another popular yoga position is the Butterfly pose, also known as the Baddha Konasana. This pose is an excellent way to stretch your hips and relax your inner thighs. But it can also provide a more comfortable position when going down on your partner.
Start by sitting on the floor with your legs stretched out in front of you. Then, bend your knees and bring the soles of your feet together while keeping your back straight. Hold on to your feet with both hands if needed for support.
Next, carefully move your feet closer toward your pelvis until you feel a deep stretch in the inner thighs. Relax and hold for 30 seconds. Or, lower your head to have some X-rated fun with your partner sitting directly in front of you.
Happy Baby Pose
The Happy Baby Pose is one of the best yoga positions for deep vaginal or anal penetration.
To do the pose, start by lying on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. Then, separate your legs so that they are slightly wider than hip-width apart. Reach for the outside edges of each foot and grab hold of the arches or ankles with both hands, holding them firmly but not too tightly.
As you inhale, lengthen your spine by pressing down into your tailbone and lifting your chest. Then, on the exhale, draw your knees toward your armpits as you press down through your arms and elbows. Lastly, press the lower part of your back into the mat to further open up the hips. Hold this pose for five breaths, or longer if you and your partner desire.
If you like it from behind, the Low Cobra is the pose for you.
To start, lie on your stomach with your legs outstretched and your toes pointed. Then, place your hands flat on the floor, palms down, at shoulder width apart.
As you inhale, press your hands into the ground while lifting your chest off the floor and arching your back upwards. Look straight ahead during this pose rather than looking up towards the ceiling or down at the ground. Hold for five to 10 breaths, then release your spine back down to the floor.
To increase the intensity of this pose, use your feet and legs on the floor to help drive your chest up higher in your arch. Focus on keeping a constant engagement between your hands and feet as you.
The Supine Twist can help stretch and strengthen your hips, lower back, and spine, helping keep your pelvis relaxed and ready for some side action.
To perform this pose, start by lying on your back with both knees bent, feet flat on the floor. Place your arms at a comfortable distance apart on the floor.
Slowly inhale and as you exhale, press your left knee into your chest, keeping your right leg straight. Keeping your lower back pressed firmly against the floor, rotate both legs to the right side.
Keep your head and shoulders resting on the floor as your partner “assists” from the side.