By Gerald Payne – blackdoctor.org
When it comes to yoga, many men don’t think of this ancient art to help them in the bedroom. But because of the various moves and styles, yoga can help the longevity and increase the intensity of orgasms. Below are some of the “mood-boosting” moves.
Do it: Lie facedown on the floor as if you were about to do a push-up. Stay on the balls of your feet, inhale deeply, and then exhale as you push up until your arms are straight. Try to lengthen your body as much as possible while keeping it as straight as a plank. Hold for 30 seconds.
Sex benefits: Lengthens the spine and strengthens your shoulders and lower-back muscles, while toning your abs and sexual core (pelvis and perineum).
How To Do it: Start out like you would for the plank, except this time balance on the tops of your feet. Straighten your arms, arch your back, and push your torso up. The only thing touching your mat should be the palms of your hands and the tops of your feet. Hold for 30 seconds.
Sex benefits: Increases blood flow to your sexual core, improves lower-back flexibility, and develops wrist, arm, and abdominal strength.
Upavistha Konasana (Wide-Legged Straddle Pose)
How to do it: Sit on the floor with your legs wide. Leg muscles are activated and toes and kneecaps point straight up. Lean your torso forward as far as it goes comfortably. Hold for 5 to 10 deep breaths.
Sex Benefits: Increases blood flow (and thus sensation) in the pelvis.
Baddha Konasana (Bound Angle Pose, also known as Cobbler’s Pose)
How to do it: Sit with your knees bent and soles of the feet touching. Lightly hold your big toes and lean your torso forward over your legs (back is gently rounded). Hold for 5 to 10 deep breaths.
Sex benefits: Alleviates urinary and uterine disorders. Strengthens the uterus. Eases irritability, anxiety and fatigue, three reasons we might choose not to have sex.
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