4 Ways Yoga Can Boost Your Sex Life

Yoga has long since been praised for its health benefits, but you may be surprised to learn the benefits it can bring to your sex life, too. Work off a little stress in one of the funniest ways possible, and improve the frequency and quality of your orgasms, by tapping into the following four ways yoga jolts your between-the-sheets activities.

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1. Improves Your Muscles

Yoga works your outer muscles, and those muscles are necessary for endurance and positioning during sex. Try total body yoga positions, such as the Crow and the Three-Legged Down Dog, to give your exterior muscles a boost. Use your newfound strength to try some positions you couldn’t get into before and have fun for a bit longer!

Your inner muscles, specifically the inner pelvic floor muscle, can provide extra pleasure for you and your partner when used during sex. This muscle area is the target of holding mula bandha, a yoga exercise more commonly known as “Kegels.” In some yoga practices, you hold this muscle for entire 90-minute sessions, but if you don’t have that kind of time, you can work it into your daily life. Practice on the go when you’re out and about, such as driving to work or grocery shopping, to strengthen it.

2. Makes You More Flexible

A popular and sought after benefit of yoga is the increased flexibility. As you age, you lose some natural flexibility and that can limit your positioning and comfort in the bedroom. Yoga can help improve your posture and loosen your hips and hamstrings. More flexibility means more position possibilities and an overall more pleasant time in bed, which increases the experience for you and your partner.

Try flexibility-based positions, such as the Wheel or Wide-Legged Forward Bend C, to boost your ease of movement. Make these exercises a regular part of your yoga routine to improve and maintain better flexibility throughout your body. Be sure to stick to a set routine. While your flexibility is something that will improve over time with practice, it will need to be maintained.

3. Lifts Confidence

Confidence can play a big role in the bedroom. The more confident you feel in your body and yourself, the freer, relaxed and focused you are. If you’re worried about how your tummy or thighs look during sex, you’re not completely in the moment or fully enjoying your experience. Yoga can help you feel surer of yourself by relaxing your mind, helping you release some stress, improving your body’s condition and making you feel more comfortable in general.

Slot yoga into your daily workout routine to get that valuable confident boost. Start easy with balancing poses, such as the Plank and Tree Poses, and work harder ones into your regimen as your conditioning and flexibility improve. Don’t jump into complicated poses right away, as you could injure yourself. Follow a yoga regimen for beginners to get started, and work your way up from there. Join a local class at a gym or health club if you need help learning some of the positions.Pin It

4. Raises Awareness

Being in the moment is the name of the game in the bedroom. You’ll experience heightened pleasure if you’re attuned to each breath, movement and sound. Practicing yoga helps sharpen your awareness of your body alongside what’s going on around you.

Focus on your breathing and your body while you’re practicing yoga to improve your awareness. Use your improved sense of self and surroundings to open yourself up to a deeper experience with your partner.

Yoga has numerous health benefits, and an improved sex life is the icing on the cake. Spend some time with a qualified yoga instructor to learn the suggested poses above properly; you won’t regret it and neither will your partner!

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