Yoga To Increase Sexual Stamina: Last Longer In Bed With These Asanas

Yoga To Increase Sexual Stamina

Yoga can amp up your sex life and give you the stamina you crave. You can work your pelvic floor muscles by zeroing in on your mula bandha (root lock), kandharasana (bridge pose), and the supta baddha konasana (reclining bound angle pose). Wash away fatigue and rejuvenate your body by practising poses like the balasana (child’s pose) and padmasana (lotus pose). Experience improved sex when you practice the upavistha konasana (sitting wide-legged straddle pose).

To rev up your sexual stamina and go the distance in bed, you need a body and mind that can keep up. Yoga can help you find those fresh reserves of energy by improving your strength and flexibility and working muscle groups that are engaged during sex. It can even ease stress and anxiety that could be wearing you down mentally. Plus, some positions and concepts like the mula bandha or the bridge pose are designed specifically to target the pelvic zone and the pelvic floor muscles, directly impacting your sexual experience and vitality. So why not get started with a yoga routine that can overhaul your sex life?

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Mula Bandha (Root Lock): Yoga’s Answer To Kegels

You’ve probably heard of pelvic floor exercises or Kegels. Exercises designed to strengthen these muscles can improve your sexual experience and build your stamina in this department. Yoga too has its version of these exercises and they’re called “moola bandha” or “mula bandha.” Mula indicates the base of your torso or the perineum and mula bandha is connected to one of energy centers located on the spine (muladhara chakra).

Mula bandha helps you stretch your pelvic floor muscles and stimulates the area. It also improves circulation in the region and heightens your awareness of this zone. It can boost arousal, help control erections, and improve stamina and overall sexual function as well.

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Finding this position may seem tricky since it isn’t a part of the body you can see. Here’s how you can engage in mula bandha.

Kandharasana (Bridge Pose): To Tone Pelvic Muscles And Boost Circulation To The Genitals

The bridge pose of yoga helps tone up the vagina and is not unlike a Kegel in many ways – the same pelvic muscles are engaged here too. It can help ease menstrual cramps, a real downer for sexual stamina in women trying to have sex close to or even during their period. Men too can benefit from the strengthening of the spine, lower back, and arms that this pose accomplishes.

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Supta Baddha Konasana (Reclining Bound Angle Pose): To Relax Pelvic Floor Muscles And Give You Energy

The supta baddha konasana gives your groin, inner thighs and hips a thorough stretch and improves flexibility. It also helps relax your pelvic floor muscles. Plus, it relieves tension in your lower back, improves breathing, and opens up the chest. This boosts your stamina and eases fatigue as well. Your blood flow to the pelvic area also improves – and with it comes added energy when you’re having sex.:

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Upavistha Konasana (Sitting Wide-Legged Straddle Pose): For Better Flexibility And Strength

This pose is designed to stretch the back and inside of your legs, improving flexibility, strengthening the spine, and releasing the groin area.

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Balasana (Child’s Pose): To Ease Fatigue And Stress

This is a gentle stretch for your lower body and also relieves fatigue and stress. This is how you do the asana:

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Padmasana (Lotus Pose): To Reduce Tension And Increase Stamina

The lotus pose opens up your hips, calms your mind, aligns the spine, and eases muscular tension and fatigue. It can also help keep your joints and muscles supple.

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Urdhva Mukha Svansana (Upward Facing Dog): So You Don’t Tire Quickly

Boost blood flow to your pelvic region and strengthen your arms, wrists, and spine with this energizing asana. It can also relieve a backache that is tiring you out quickly in bed.Here’s how it is done:

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Marjaryasana/Bitilasana (Cat/Cow Pose): For Circulation, Strength, And Relaxation

When you do the cow pose, you give your back and internal organs a massage and strengthen the spine, giving you ample support as you maintain a position in bed. The cat movement helps relax your mind and also boosts circulation. Both of these can help you last longer in bed. Here’s how you can do this flow:

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