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Yoga Sex: 8 Poses To Improve Sex Life And Bring You Delight

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Yoga sex is when someone uses traditional yoga postures during sexual activity. Most often, one person holds the pose, while the other stimulates or penetrates. However, there are instances when both or multiple partners might hold the same yoga pose or a different one. Beyond the specific practice of yoga sex, yoga can have a broader impact on sexual activity and sexual health. 

Would you like to learn more about the benefits of yoga, sex, and postures? Then continue reading our post and learn more!

Positive Effects of Yoga Sex on Health

Yoga pose

We all know that yoga has many physical, emotional and spiritual benefits. Not only does yoga boast great stress-relieving qualities, but it can also help you lose weight, improve your digestion and even reprogram your DNA. The benefits of yoga are even better than we think.

Yoga sex has positive impacts on sexual as well as physical health that includes:

  • Increase in libido
  • Multiple orgasms
  • Stress relief
  • Better reproductive system
  • Decrease anxiety
  • Improve infertility problems

Yoga sex, sometimes called “flexible sex,” can bring health benefits, allowing participants to increase flexibility, strength, or balance through sexual activity. It has a deep connection with better sexual life. Want to know how? Scroll down.

The Connection Between Yoga and Better Sexual Life 

Yoga sex: 11 poses to improve sex life and bring you delight

The main advantage of yoga, both inside and outside the bedroom, is to reduce stress. Studies suggest that regular yoga practice helps reduce stress in the body by reducing cortisol levels. Increased stress can have many negative effects on the body, and decreased sexual desire is one.

Yoga can also help to improve sexual function overall. One study observed 40 participants practising 12 weeks of yoga. After the study ended, researchers concluded that they had improved their sex life significantly. This is a small sample and one study, but it may link yoga and better sex life.

Lauren Zoeller, a certified yoga instructor and a Whole Life Coach state that “A normal yoga practice brings you to the awareness of the moment, which is very important to boost your sex life. The more present you are with your partner, the better for you both. Yoga sex benefits both your physical, mental and emotional condition. Learn to practice them regularly to feel your best.”

 8 Yoga sex Poses to Improve Your sex Life

Try using some of these yoga sex poses in your usual yoga practice if you want to boost your sex life.

1. Bridge Pose (Setu Bandha Sarvangasana)

This yoga sex pose helps strengthen your pelvic floor. Strengthening these muscles helps reduce pain during sex and can even make the experience more pleasing. 

How to do it:

Yoga sex: Bridge pose

1. Lie on your back.

2. Bend both knees in line with your ankles, and set your feet hip-width apart.

3. Put your arms flat on the ground and spread your fingers with your palms over the ground.

4. Lift your pelvic region off the ground and allow your torso to follow, but keep your shoulders and head on the ground.

5. Hold this pose for 5 seconds.

6. Release. Rest. Repeat.

2. One-Legged Pigeon (Eka Pada Rajakapotasana)

There are many variations of Pigeon, and all of them are great for stretching and opening up your hips. Tight hips make sex uncomfortable, and they can also keep you from trying different sexual positions.

How to do it:

yoga sex poses

1. Start on the floor.

2. Take your right leg and move it over your body to ensure that your lower leg is at a 90-degree angle from your body.

3. Stretch your left leg back on the floor with your toes pointing back and the top of the foot facing down.

4. Exhale, shift your body weight as you lean forward. To support your weight, use your arms. If it’s not comfortable, try folding a blanket or a pillow to keep your hips level as you stretch.

5. Release and repeat on the other side.

3. Child’s Pose (Balasana)

Child’s pose is a fantastic way to open your hips and find deep relaxation. It’s also a grounding pose, meaning your focus should be on resting and breathing throughout the pose. It can help any stress and anxiety melt away.

How to do it:

Yoga Child's pose
  1. Sit on the floor. 
  2. Lean upper body forward, lowering chest toward knees, to place forehead on bed or floor. Widen your knees until they’re around hip-width apart.
  3. Place your hands in front of you and stretch out, allowing your upper body to relax between your legs. Try to touch your forehead to the mat, but you can also rest your head on a block or pillow.
  4. Relax in this position for 30 seconds to a few minutes.

4. Corpse Pose (Savasana)

Yoga classes usually end in Corpse Pose or Savasana, and there’s a good reason. Sometimes, simple is best for yoga postures. When it comes to sex, precision is less important than your comfort, passion, and connection. This yoga sex pose helps you relax and learn to let go of stress. Think of it as a mini-meditation session at the end of your yoga practice. 

How to do it:

Yoga Corpse pose
  1. Lay on your back with your feet spread and palms facing up. Relax every part of your body, from your face to your fingers and toes.
  2. Partner can straddle your hips or lie on top.

5. Plow Pose

This position of yoga “allows deep penetration.” It may not be your best choice if you find the cervical contact uncomfortable — but if you want a cervical orgasm, it’s a great choice.

How to do it:

Yoga Plow Pose
  1. Lie on back with knees bent and pulled in near chest.
  2. Straighten legs, so they’re perpendicular to the bed. 
  3. Brace lower back with hands and bend at the hips to lower legs overhead, feet together. 
  4. Your partner can kneel behind or stand if you’re near the edge of the bed.

 6. Standing Straddle Forward Bend

This yoga pose sex position varies on rear entry, allowing your partner to reach your front vaginal wall. 

How to do it:

Standing straddle forward bend yoga pose
  1. Stand with feet 3 to 4 feet apart or depending on your flexibility.
  2. Lower your upper body forward to bring your chest near your legs as your partner stands behind.

7. Downward Dog

Downward dog yoga sex position is a variation of the popular doggy-style position. Similar to the forward bend, it allows for stimulation of the sensitive front vaginal wall.

How to do it:

Yoga sex: Downward dog
  1. Start on all fours with hands a few inches in front of shoulders and knees under the hips.
  2. Press palms into the bed, curl under toes, and press hips toward the ceiling, as your partner is behind you (the body should form an upside-down “V”).

8. Three-Legged Downward Dog

This yoga sex position is similar to the downward dog but with more space to move and hit just the right angle. Open your hips to the side that has the leg in the air for an extra hip opener—and an easier angle for your partner.

How to do it:

  1. From a downward dog position, lift one leg straight toward the ceiling.
Three-legged downward dog yoga pose

Safety Concerns and Special Considerations

Safety concerns while trying any yoga sex postures are vital. Think twice about safety measures when you start any new physical exercise. Make sure your muscles are ready. Don’t strain them in reaching or holding a certain yoga pose. If a pose hurts, stop right away and try something different. 

 The Bottom Line

While some yoga poses can improve your sex life immediately, the biggest change will be reducing your stress. Yoga sex offers a host of benefits. It allows you to relax and enjoy sex, making it even better.

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