How Can Yoga Improve Your Sex Life and the Poses You Should Try
There’s no doubt most people know the incredible mental and physical benefits of practicing yoga. However, we’re not sure how much people know about yoga’s benefits to their sex life. Yoga can change your sexual experiences and orgasms because of how it changes your body‘s strength and mind’s concentration.
Your husband will be very proud and in love with how easily your body can move with him. Yoga allows your body to stretch and be flexible to extents you never thought were possible. Also, the positions done in yoga could sometimes be viewed as sexual. So, it would be great for you and your partner to take your yoga achievements to the bedroom, opening up a whole new door of fun, different and exciting sex positions.
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2. Libido and body awareness
Yoga enhances circulation in the pelvic region, which helps increase your sexual arousal and sensitivity in the erogenous zones during sex. Yoga also helps train your pelvic floor muscles which is necessary for kegel exercises that help you control your orgasms. It trains you to develop high awareness of your sensations, which means you can be more sensitive to your body’s reactions. It can mentally help you get out of your head and focus more on your body’s reactions and how it’s feeling, which is exactly what good orgasms need, focus!
3. Fitness and energy
Too tired to have sex after a long day? Practicing yoga gives you a lot more energy throughout your day. So, with a healthier physical lifestyle, you’ll be in the mood for sex a lot more than usual and you’ll have the energy for it more often. Also, after practicing yoga for a while your body tones and gets fitter. You can start to feel better about your body and more confident about your strength, shape and capabilities.
*Before trying yoga at home or any of these positions, you should see or train with a professional that will help slowly develop your strength. Don’t try anything without practice or professional help because you might injure your body.