The quest for having better sex has always lead both men and women to explore the unknown charter of the human body. The simple answer to their quest is Yoga.
The art of yoga does not only help a person in improving his physical and mental wellbeing. But it also helps you turn a master in bed
Multiple studies have suggested that excessive stress can lead to a decrease in sexual desire in a person. Thus the regular practice of yoga reduces the stress level in a person by decreasing the level of Cortisol.
Lauren Zoeller, a certified yoga instructor says “Yoga teaches you how to listen to your body, and how to control your mind,”
Regular practice of yoga imparts awareness about your own body, Its strength, and weakness, and mobilizes your body to take the necessary steps to overcome your deficiency.
Marjaryasana not only helps in strengthening the spinal strength but also brings more flexibility into the spinal column. By practicing and strengthening these muscles you can create more control and intense orgasm during sex.
Setu Bandha Sarvangasana reduces the pain during the sex and also tones the vagina and improves orgasm. Practicing this asana is as similar as performing kegel. It increases circulation and respiration, by opening the chest and upper back.
Ananda Balasana helps in relieving fatigue and also calms the nervous system. This pose stretches your glutes and lowers your back. It doubles as a variation of the missionary position.
There is a sense of joy and fun in performing this pose.
Graudasana is also mentioned in Kama Sutra. while performing this there is a rush of blood and oxygen to the pelvic region. This asana requires steadiness and creates a body and mind balance, thus releasing a lot of stress.
How to do it
This asana has a number of variations. All the poses of this asana are great for stretching and opening up the hip. Regular practice of this asana will condition your hip because a tight hip makes sex uncomfortable and very rigid
How to do it
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