According to his research, hormones and brain chemicals released during orgasm, help to reduce the acute and chronic pain. Other studies show that sex can fight depression and completeness, and to support the immune system.
So what makes yoga? It makes you more powerful, flexible, and self-confident, both in bed and in her. In other words, "the more time you spend on a yoga mat, the more sexual turns your stay in bed," - says Jackie Noel Groyks, yoga instructor and co-author of the book "The Best Sex Through Yoga". "Yoga helps to open your body, take a deep power and sexual energy," - she explains. Yoga believe that sexuality is concentrated in the hips and pelvis. Such postures, how to contact angle (when you sit on the floor with feet connected) and lean forward with legs wide apart to help increase blood flow to these areas, which in turn improves sexual sensitivity and pleasure. A motion requiring you to lift up the perineum (eg, radical or lock mula bandha) strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor, as do Kegel exercises. This, in turn, improves the intensity of your orgasms.
In addition to increasing sexual pleasure, such as posture Chaturanga (Pose, which employs all the limbs) increase the supply of power and vitality. In addition, yoga teaches us to accept yourself. If you love your body, you will feel comfortable in the nude and will be less pinched during sex. "Easy attitude to your body - it's sexy," - says Alicia Rambaud-Wozniak, who teaches yoga to partner with her husband Rob.
Practicing yoga with his lover, both of you can enjoy its advantage and become closer to each other in the process of training. "Guys yoga - as a prelude. You breathe, sweat and move together, "- says Groyks. And when the sheets are spread out, the fruits of your efforts will give lasting results. "Without a doubt, yoga class with your partner deepens the relationship" - says Bill Uiland, co-owner of Bernal Yoga in San Francisco. - "It helps you to connect on all levels - physical, mental and spiritual."