5 Easy Couple Yoga Poses For Your Healthy Sexual Life


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Yoga can do wonders for every aspect of your life. It can bring you spiritual, mental and physical calm, and it can also improve the way you think and act.

Yoga has been around for centuries, for good reason. It builds your self-confidence, and it helps remove anger, anxiety, antagonism, stress and frustration.

Yoga can reduce tension, soothe the aching body, lower blood pressure, and clarify the mind. Practicing yoga is probably the most natural way of boosting your immune system, and making your body and mind feel at ease.

Yoga is a way of thinking, and it can also be an important part of your lifestyle fitness activities.

Many people don’t know this, but yoga can increase and enrich your sexual life. Yoga can make you feel more connected with yourself and your partner.

These are the reasons why yoga is crucial for your healthy sexual life:

  1. Yoga helps you feel more flexible.
  2. Yoga brings balance to your body.
  3. Yoga helps you achieve self-awareness.
  4. Yoga increases your sex drive.
  5. Yoga makes you feel in touch with your emotional and physical needs, and the needs of your partner.

Yoga is also an excellent alternative for joint pain relief. More than 30 years of medical studies confirm that yoga can be effective in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic muscle pain, back pain and joint pain. If you feel this kind of pain, your libido will inevitably suffer.

There are many yoga poses for couples that can be used to improve your body stamina and your sexual life. Practicing yoga makes you feel extremely comfortable with your body, which leads to healthy, relaxed sexual life.

These are some of the couple yoga poses that can help you achieve healthy level of sexual intimacy:

Bound angle pose

This is a common yoga pose that makes you and your partner feel relaxed and aware of each other.

Sit back to back with your partner, bend your knees, and put the soles of your feet together. Make sure that your spine is straight. Think about the way you breathe, and the way your back feels against the back of your partner. One partner bends forward while the other partner rests their shoulders and head on their partner’s back. Inhale and exhale a couple of times, and then change positions.

Temple pose

First, face your partner in a standing position. Then, start folding forward at your hips, until you touch hands with your partner. Begin to fold forward, until your elbows, forearms and hands are rested against each other. Hold this position for a couple of breaths. Then, walk slowly to

your partner, until your body and arms are straight. This is a great way for you and your partner to be as one.

Partner forward fold pose

This is a pose similar to bound eagle pose mentioned before. Sit back to back with your partner, with your legs crossed at the ankles. Put your hands on your knees, and think about your breathing. Inhale, then exhale. Twist to the left, and put your left hand on your partner’s right knee. Your partner should do the same. Inhale and exhale five or six times. Twist to the right and touch your partner’s left knee with your right hand.

Twin trees pose

This is a playful yoga pose that also brings out a strong sense of focus. Start in a standing position, a couple of feet apart from your partner, and facing the same direction. Open your arms in a T-shape, and touch each other’s palms. Bend your left knee, and bring your left foot to the inner thigh of the right leg. Have your partner bend their right knee, and bring right foot to the inner thigh of the left leg. This is an excellent exercise in balance, so try to hold this position for six deep breaths, or more.

Partner breathing pose

This yoga pose can help you feel linked with your partner in a beautiful and meditative, yet simple way.

Sit back to back with your partner. Your legs should be crossed at the ankles. Put your hands on your knees, and relax. Close your eyes. Pay attention to your partner’s breathing. When your partner inhales, you exhale. When your partner exhales, you inhale. This unassuming exercise lessens tension in your body and makes you completely aware of your partner’s presence.

Conclusion

Healthy sexual life is very important for every couple. It is a testament of closeness, understanding, and trust between two people. After finishing couple yoga poses, your bodies will feel relaxed and confident, and you will feel close to your partner, more than ever.

About the Author:- 

Margaux Diaz is a social development worker who spends her free time pondering and writing about Health, Fitness, Workout, Exercises, Meditation, and Yoga. She is an inspirational writer who strongly believes in the power of self-motivation. Her main motive is to help and support people around the world and give them information regarding new latest technology. Connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.

References: Wingman MagazinePlanet Infowars

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