Posted by Quinn in Yoga
We all know the importance of exercise, though most of us begrudge the time designated to do it. But if our workout program was going to contribute more than just stamina in the bedroom, would we be more eager to do it?
I’m guessing that was a yes?
Our bedroom activities can be so much more fulfilling, if we feel good about the strength in our body. Intimacy can begin as a gentle, compassionate, and loving exchange of communication between two lovers, but often progresses to a feat of gymnastic endurance. So, why not be better prepared for it before the moments arise?
Yoga is an ancient and satisfying way of strengthening the core of our body, as well as getting in touch with the interior of our body. As we learn to meditate on the activity going on inside of our body during yoga, we become more in tune with its weak, as well as strong functions.
Breathing is an important part of calming the body and nervous system, but it is also an important aspect of control that will pay off in the bedroom.
There are many different forms of yoga that focus on various aspects of body development. Listed here are just a few that you might find most helpful for bedroom activity:
· Hatha Yoga is the most common form of yoga known in the western world, and it works with the body through gentle posture development, as well as mental and physical health
· Iyengar Yoga is more strenuous, as it works in the alignment of the body by holding positions for long periods of time, and also incorporates props
· Kundalini Yoga is least understood by westerners but can contribute many positive aids in the bedroom, because it teaches us to harness internal energy through rhythmic breathing and intense visualization
Whichever form of yoga you choose to add to your current fitness program, or do alone, you will reap many unexpected benefits in the bedroom.
Just go back and watch the film Meet the Fokers, and key in on comments made by Barbara Streisand in reference to Kundalini Yoga.