3 yoga poses to improve your sex life
Practicing yoga can improve the sex life of both men and women.
Starting with generic benefits such as:
- relaxes your head
- increases flexibility
- helps to let go
- increases self-esteem
- increases energy
Let’s move on to more detailed benefits such as the fact that it strengthens the pelvic floor for women and reduces chronic pelvic floor pain, up to reducing premature ejaculation in men as research indicates in the Journal of sexual medicine.
What are the 3 yoga poses to improve your sex life
In general, the most suitable positions are those that focus on opening the hips and pelvis, as they help to improve flexibility in this area of the body and because, on a more subtle level, they work to release the energies that stagnate in this area; activating the Muladhara and Svadisthana Chakras.
If you want to improve this aspect of life too, you can dedicate yourself to the practice of these poses.
Butterfly pose: Titili asana
This pose is great for increasing libido. It promotes the stretching of the inner leg muscles and improves the flexibility of the hips and the blood circulation in the pelvic area. In this way the reproductive organs receive more blood and more oxygen, promoting arousal.
Half bridge pose: Setu bandhasana
The pose of the half bridge strengthens the buttocks and tones the muscles of the reproductive system. To be able to maintain it, we learn to use the contraction of the pelvic muscles, which are also the main muscles during our sexual relations. To improve our sex life, we need to learn how to improve our pelvic area as well.
Happy baby pose:Ananda balasana
This pose improves circulation in the pelvic area, and allows for a deep stretch of the inner leg muscles. It is great for relaxing your hips and back and also helps you take yourself less seriously and this helps your self-esteem in an excellent way.
How to improve your sex life with yoga
Practicing yoga every day is essential and beneficial. We will never get tired repeating how good it does and it is therefore possible to incorporate these poses into our daily practice.
Is yoga your passion and do you want to make it your profession?