6 Ways To Spice Up Your Sexual Life Using Yoga

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Mindful breathing prevents your body from tensing up during sex. Use yoga poses (downward dog, table top and cat pose) as positions in bed. Yoga teaches you to observe every movement making sex more intimate and long lasting. Yoga improves flexibility around the hips, shoulders and hamstrings. Yoga teaches you to be patient and avoid unreal expectations.

Yoga in general, increases blood flow to the genital region and strengthens pelvic floor muscles, both of which aid sexual performance. There are several other aspects of yoga that can indirectly affect your sex life. Here are some exercises in yoga to spice up your sexual life.

Yoga For Better Sex Life

1. Mindful Breathing:

It will help you stay connected to your physical body and prevents your body from tensing up during sex. It will also make coitus more intimate and help connect with your partner. Try it!

2. Positions:

Using yoga poses as positions works well and can help get the better out of coitus. Poses like the downward dog, table top and cat pose can work out well in bed. Experiment and see what works best for the both of you.

3. Take it Slow:

Yoga teaches you to move slowly as it gives you time to observe and feel every movement of your body. This will make a session more intimate and long lasting, rather than just flying through it.

4. Get Flexible:

Yoga improves flexibility, especially around the hips, shoulders and hamstrings. These are coincidentally active parts during sex.

5. Deal With Discomfort:

Yoga can put you in uncomfortable situations at times and so can sex. Sexual exploration can take some adjusting and yoga can help you improve your sexual health and increase your libido.

6. Don’t Anticipate:

Yoga teaches you to be patient and not rush to the outcome of an event. This will keep you from expecting, as sometimes you may have a bad session due to stress or maybe your partner isn’t in the best shape. This also keeps disappointment out of the way and build a compassionate bonding.

Disclaimer: The content is purely informative and educational in nature and should not be construed as medical advice. Please use the content only in consultation with an appropriate certified medical or healthcare professional.

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