We all know how yoga has multiple benefits for the body. Whether it is weight loss, skin care, immunity building or improving concentration, yoga can do it all for you. But would you believe if we say that it can spice up your sex life too? Don’t trust us? Grab on your yoga mats and get started and you will know the difference in a few weeks!
Yoga poses for enhanced sexual health
No, we ain’t bragging about how yoga can enhance your beauty or make you look attractive, while it totally does! But we are telling you how getting bendy while doing yoga can make your sex life so much better. It is no news that yoga can help in relieving stress from your body. But did you know yoga can help you with getting over all your sexual dysfunctions like premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction? For women too, yoga can help in boosting their mood, improve the pelvic muscle tone or release tight hip joints. So, let’s get started!
Here are 3 ultimate yoga poses for good sex life:
- Surya Namaskar: Do we really need to talk about how effective Surya Namaskar is? This is your one-stop solution to almost all your physical woes. Whether it is obesity, bad mood, less libido or about treating your sexual dysfunctions, this culmination of 12 poses is a boon!
- One Legged Pigeon/ Eka-pada Rajakapotasana: A slightly complicated pose, this one is highly effective when it comes to comforting your body and easing the hip region.
All you have to do is to start on all fours. Now lift your right leg and move it in front of your body in a way that your lower leg is at a 90-degree angle from your body. Now stretch your left leg behind you on the floor with the top of your foot facing down while your toes pointing backward. Exhale as you lean forward while shifting your body weight. Release and repeat the same for the other leg.
- Wide-legged straddle/ Upavistha Konasana: Upavistha Konasana is a highly recommended pose for those suffering from any kind of pain while stretching the groin, legs, and lower back region. This increases the range of motion in your hips and boosts flow to the pelvis area.
All you have to do is sit on the floor and open your legs wide. Rotate our thighs in a way that knee caps point towards the ceiling. Now lean forward and place your hands on the floor in front of you and keep them stretched. Stop it if you feel unbearable pain in the pelvis or leg region. Hold and breathe fully. Now gradually walk your hands back and raise your chest to the seated position.