8 Yoga Positions To Help Your Sex Life

Yoga is an experience for both mind body and soul; it’s not only an amazing stress reliever but some postures also help improving the flexibility and perk up your sex life. There are many extraordinary yoga poses that help increase blood circulation in our pelvic region resulting in a satisfying and fun-filled time with your partner. Here are a few.

1. Wheel pose

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Chakrasana helps in stretching the hip flexors, this pose also gives emotional stability, a sense of fulfillment and a burst of positivity.

2. Downward facing dog

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This yoga asana is quite common and it is also known as Adho Mukha Svanasana. It can easily be achieved by most and can always be tailored until you can get your heels to reach the floor.

3. Happy child pose

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Ananda balasana or happy baby is a part of new age yoga, and it helps in stretching the outer hips, inner groins, chest and shoulders, lengthening the spine and releasing tension in the low back.

4. Child pose

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Also known as Balasana, this pose helps to tone the thighs and also helps in reliving the back pain, shoulder, neck and hip strain.

5. Full straddle forward fold

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Prasarita Padottanasana pose in yoga helps in strengthening of your calf muscles and the spine as well.

6. Shoulder stand

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Also known as Sarvangasana this pose helps to stimulate the thyroid glands and normalises their function. It also helps to strengthen the arms and shoulders to keep the spine flexible.

7. Tree pose

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Known as Vrikshasana, this posture helps to achieve the balance and stability in the legs.

8. Cobra

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This posture decreases the stiffness of the lower back and helps in strengthening of arms and shoulders.


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