Hit the mat before you hit the sac! If you practice yoga you may be flexible, which could possibly enable you to perform wild sex positions, however that’s not all yoga is good for in terms of coitus. Great sex doesn’t just come from flexibility or the ability to master every move in the book. Flexibility and good physical condition are only just a portion of the benefits received from having a consistent yoga practice. You’ll find there are many other profound benefits to practicing yoga directly correlated to phenomenal sex for both men and women.1 – Starting with Breath, which in Yoga is called “Prana” meaning life force energy. Yoga, like sex, demands breath with movement. Breath allows for releases to happen both physically and mentally. Incorporating breath paired with sound during sex is a form of communication on a primal level, much like a mating call that lets your mate know how you are feeling and what you like, or what is working.
The controlled breathing in yoga promotes mental focus (like meditation), but most importantly it develops the mind/body connection in self, as well as the connection between your mate, an essential part in the cultivation and transfer of each other’s sexual energy.
2 – Practicing yoga brings increased sensitivity to the sexual organs, which also enhances sexual energy. Sexual energy is 100% natural, and it’s a super fuel to the body and soul. By tapping into your sexual energy you will boost your physical and emotional well-being, as well as boost immunity and relieve stress.
3 – Yoga helps to oxygenate blood, and increase circulation throughout the body, including the sexual core (your pelvis, hips, abdominals and PC muscles) for both men and women by targeting these muscles with poses (asanas). In women, there is a direct correlation between PC strength and the ability to orgasm during intercourse. Men have greater ejaculatory control, more pleasurable orgasm and in some cases, the ability to experience male multiple orgasms. The combination of heat and strength gives this area profound abilities (performance, pleasure, increased intensity of orgasm) and overall experience to heights unknown.
4 – Yoga aids in the flow and opening of the 7 chakras (system). The 1st chakra (root) is located at the base of the spine right where the sex organs are, and is directly responsible for issues pertaining to a positive self-image. When it is blocked it manifests paranoia, insecurity, fertility issues, and low libido in both males and females. The 2nd Chakra (swadhisthana), located just beneath (two finger-widths) from the navel, relates to gut feelings, torrid emotions relating to love, hate, elements of dedication, quantity of sexual energy and vitality, security, creativity, and sincerity. When blocked it causes emotional problems and sexual guilt. You can see why it would be important to make sure these systems are flowing and functioning at optimal levels!5 – Yoga breads confidence. It’s way more than just flexibility! Yoga helps open your mind in ways that are truly unique to the practice. No one wants to have plain old, same old, boring sex. The best sex happens when fear and ego are taken out of the mix. Yoga promotes real self-confidence, so you can let go and enjoy the act of the deed. You will be inspired to get creative, and perhaps outrageous, without all the mental chatter you might usually experience, by leaving your insecurities at the door. You will be able to give fearlessly and ultimately get what you really desire.
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