5 Yoga Positions for Better Sex

Sex and yoga are similar because they are both an activity involving the connection between mind and body. But it’s easy for your sex drive to get blocked and clouded by the various stressors in your life. Yoga can clear up your stressed mind and increase your flexibility and sex drive. In fact, a study showed that 72% of women said their sex life improved after doing yoga for an hour a day for three months. Boost your libido and start reconnecting with your partner by learning these simple yoga poses.

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Chair Pose

Put your hands up in the air and slowly lower your butt and bend your knees just like you’re sitting in a chair. Make sure to keep your back straight throughout the pose. This move increases your stamina and energy, leaving you loose and energized for bedroom activities.

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Cat-Cow Pose

Begin by placing yourself on the ground on all fours: make sure that your torso is straight. Take a deep breath in move your torso downward, arching your back; hold this position for a few seconds. Breathe out and as you do arch your back upwards towards the ceiling as far as it can go without hurting. Repeat these breathe in-and-out movements for five to 10 breaths. This pose not only increases flexibility but also strengthens your Kegel muscles, the muscles around the pelvis.

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Bridge Pose

Lay on your back with your knees bents. Slowly begin to lift your hips up in the air until your legs form a 90 degree angle. Slowly bring your hips down and repeat the movement continuously for a few minutes to help stretch and flex your hips.

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Wide-Leg Straddle Pose

Sit on the floor with your legs spread out and your torso straight. Slowly lean your torso forward and extend your arms to touch your ankles. Hold this position for a few seconds and repeat in order to improve your body’s blood flow and stretch out your pelvis.

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Downward Dog

Starting on your hands and knees, stretch your elbows into a straight line, spreading your fingers wide on the mat. Exhale, tuck your toes under and lift your knees off the floor, so that your body forms and inverted V-shape. Hold this position for as long as you can and breathe deeply to help increase your flexibility and focus on your breathing—both which help increase stamina.

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