As you probably know, practicing yoga elicits many benefits for the body, mind, and soul. One of its lesser-known benefits is its ability to help you heat up the passion in the bedroom — aka libido!
Yoga can truly boost your sex life and libido in amazing ways. For starters, regular yoga practice helps you become more aware of your body, which can heighten sensation during sex. Practice breathing in the bedroom as you would on your mat and you will be amazed at the increased depth of feeling and emotion.
Furthermore, as your body becomes stronger and more toned, you will likely become more confident in your body, especially when naked. Lastly, as you become more flexible, you can start to add more and more poses to your sexual repertoire.
So, what are you waiting for? Head to your yoga mat and start working on this libido-boosting yoga sequence to spice things up in the bedroom. Alternatively, if you want more of a boost in the sexual arousal department, then we suggest you try this Love Gel — it really works 😉 that will definitely get your libido going.
Cat / Cow
This pose will gently warm up your spine and abdominal region — including your pelvic floor, which is a crucial muscle for achieving the orgasm of your dreams.
This pose helps relieve stress and energize the body, which will prime your body and mind for a spicy bedroom session.
This pose is amazing at opening up the muscles in the groin area. It may also help inspire some very interesting positions.
The sensual twists and turns of the eagle pose will get your body ready to intertwine limbs with your lover. Plus, the focus required to hold this pose will help you stay present during sex.
Wide Leg Forward Fold Pose
A wide-leg forward fold will help keep you limber — for all of those spicy new poses — and will also send a rush to your pelvic area.
Happy Baby Pose
Happy Baby is a deep hip opener, which helps with flexibility as well as an emotional release. This is an exquisite tool for opening up your sacral chakra – your passion and pleasure center.
Shoulder Stand Pose
This pose increases blood flow to the brain, which will help keep you alert — so you can remember all of those new poses you’ll be trying.
This helps stretch out your neck and back which will keep your spine bendy and limber and will help to prevent any injuries.