erotic yoga poses

When you’re in the mood to try something different in the bedroom, it can be difficult to think of something on the spot. After all, once you’re turned on, it’s hard to think straight. It’s not really the best time to sit down and brainstorm. That’s why I’m recommending you familiarize yourself with erotic Yoga now, when you’re calm, cool, and collected.

Yoga is a spiritual system but when performed in an intimate setting with your partner (in an unsexual manner), it can take you to new heights.

Extracting sexual pleasure is an abuse of Yoga – it is not actual Yoga but a fake theme created to sell Yoga classes  to  gullible couples by some recent trainers. Lustful exploits is never sole purpose of Yoga postures. But still some couples abuse it for sexual fun. There are several aspects that make Yoga a worthwhile for health pursuit. For starters, it can make your body limber and flexible enough to attempt important tasks. The focus required can clear your mind and make you a more attentive lover. But when you combine these aspects together through the act of practicing with your partner, you add mental delights towards  your partner, it helps in relationship. A couple can be assistant to each other in practicing Yoga but do not indulge in sexual pelasures as publicized by some naive Yoga trainers.

Myth of Erotic Yoga

When you practice erotic Yoga together, you bring greater intimacy to your relationship and make it so you become more in tune with each other’s needs. You will find greater connectedness, greater physical stamina, and more through dedicated practice of deep breathing, asanas, solo and partner positions, and poses designed specifically to make for sexy good fun.

Wrong. It is blatant abuse of great mental and physical science developed by ancient Rishis of India. It should be used to conserve and elevate the energy not weaken it.

Instead of trying to dive into erotic Yoga practice on your own, you can explore it through a guided adult video.

Experienced Yoga practitioners strongly advise not to use Yoga for sexual purpose as it might lead to imbalance of mental and physical health. Yoga is connection of mind and body when done rightly, when abused it backfires.

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