Do you think you are a sexy nymphet? Yes, you are! Doing some yoga poses might enhance your sexiness. It might even intensify your sexual appetite, much to the pleasure of your partner!
Most yoga enthusiasts believe the practice clears the mind. Yet, yoga also arouses your libido! We tackle some of the sexy yoga poses that you can practice making your hot body even hotter!
How To Increase Your Sexual Appetite Through Yoga?
Once you practice yoga, your mind and body experience some changes. These changes may include reduced stress in the body. The science community suggests that when the body is reducing stress: it may equate to better sexual drive.
Yoga practitioners will discover increased awareness of sexual sensations once the practice becomes a habit.
2. Regularity pursuing yoga
The practice should be consistent and not just when you feel you have to.
Yoga Poses For You To Help Discover Your Sexuality
There is no time required to hold for every pose (except otherwise specified). However, you can stay on each yoga pose in breaths, seconds, or minutes.
1. Happy Baby (Ananda Balasana)
Step 1: Do this posture by lying back with your bended knees while the feet lift.
Step 2: Let your soles face upward. The legs should open slightly outspread than hip-width.
Step 3: Grasp your heels while slowly pulling them down.
Step 4: Move your thighs next to your chest. The pose will keep your hips hefty while your tailbone extends forward.
Step 5: Take a deep breath as long as you can while relaxing your shoulders and the head lying down.
2. Wide-Angle Seated Forward Bend (Upavistha Konasana)
Step 1:Take a seat on the floor and spread your legs open wide as in an extensive V-flex spread. Your toes and feet should point upward.
Step 2: Keep your pelvic arch deep-rooted to the floor while you inhale to elongate the spine.
Step 3: While exhaling, it will maintain your spine stretch out.
Step 4: Then, walk your hands across the legs while avoiding oscillating the upper back.
Step 5: Grasp onto your big toes then, fold them forward repeatedly.
3. Half Moon (Ardha Chandrasana)
Step 1: Bring your body in the Triangle position. Look down while bending the knee and extending the front arm.
Step 2: Lift either your left or right leg. The fingertips should lie on the floor about eight inches from your toes. The hanging leg should be parallel to the floor.
Step 3: While straightening your standing leg, let your gluteus muscles (glutes) inward, opening your hips.
Step 4: Then lift the top arm until it levels up onto the shoulders. This pose will dare your balancing act and enhance your libido.
Step 5: Take a deep breath repeatedly as long as you can.
4. Puppy Dog Stretch
Step 1: To begin with, bend your knees (hip-width apart) while your hands are spread straight on the floor (shoulder-width apart). The puppy dog stretch opens the shoulders and works well with the upper mid-back to soften it.
Step 2: In this position, sneak out your arms but keep them straight. The posture is primarily beneficial to the upper part of the body.
Step 3: Then, move your forehead to the floor without touching the surface. Keep your shoulders on the back. This pose opens up the heart.
Step 4: Hold the pose for between three to five minutes. The pose is also a warm-up if you want to do deeper backbends.
5. Cat and Cow Pose [Marjariasana]
Step 1: The combination of the cat and cow poses enhances the fluidity of your spine and shoulders. To begin with, pose on all fours and do a tabletop position.
Step 2: The shoulders should be under your back, while your knees should be under your hips. The unified cat and cow position also strengthens your abdomen.
Step 3: Keep your back flat and parallel to the floor. Let the tops of your feet press into the mat while your fingers point forward with your open palms touching the floor.
Step 4: When you inhale, roll your shoulders while back dropping your belly towards the floor.
Step 5: Look up into the ceiling to make a curve on your middle and lower back.
Step 6: When you exhale, you begin copying the cat pose. The posture will engage your core by pulling the middle and upper back upwards. Repeat the steps until your desired time.
6. Lizard Pose [Utthan Pristhasna]
Step 1: The lizard pose tends to open the groin muscles and add mobility to the hips. To start, come in all fours and downward-facing dog pose.
Step 2: Put your left foot outside of your left arm (with a distance of about two inches between them). The pose will create a vast opening between your groin and hips.
Step 3: Then, place your elbows down to the yoga mat and interlock your fingers from both hands.
Step 4: Remain in this position while breathing a good breath for quite some time.
Step 5: Once ready for another round, straighten your arms and get back to the downward-facing dog pose. Then, relax into the Child’s pose.
7. Downward (Facing) Dog [Adho Mukha Shvanasana]
Step 1: Begin on all fours. Put your wrists underneath your shoulders, the knees under the hips. The pose will mimic a table-cup posture.
Step 2: From this position: start to lift your elbows and knees slowly while your toes and hands are touching the floor. But ensure that you engage your navel while not letting a loose abdomen.
Step 3: Keep on lifting your elbows and knees, as well as your hips slowly, until your spine lengthens up. You can stop once you feel more comfortable lying on your toes while your palms still touch the ground.
Step 4: Remain in this position as long as you can breathe deep and long. You can pedal your feet in a waving motion if you want some movement.
8. Eagle Pose [Garudasana]
Step 1: Begin with a chair pose. Reach out your arms to the side, opening the chest.
Step 2: Take your right arm beneath the left arm, and then wrap the elbows and wrists. Your palms should touch each other. Keep your wrapped elbows and wrists away from your face.
Step 3: Then, pull your right leg over the left, and cross them. Wrap your left leg with your right leg tightly like making a squeeze.
Step 4: Stay in this position as you can and take deep breaths. Once done, you can go back to the original pose slowly.
9. Plow Pose [Halasana]
Step 1: Lie in the corpse pose while relaxing the body. Exhale while you put your feet on the ground, bending your knees.
Step 2: Bring your knees towards your chest slowly by lifting your butt. Let your hands support your lower back.
Step 3: Slowly lower your legs behind your head simultaneously until your toes touch the ground. Keep your knees straight. Then, bring down your arms to the floor.
Step 4: Remain in this position while taking deep breaths as long as you can. Once done, roll out of the curl and go back to your original pose in-between breaths.
10. Shoulder Stand Pose [Sarvagasana]
Step 1: Begin lying flat on your back on the yoga mat. Also, lay your arms alongside the body with palms turned downward. Lift your legs until your toes point to the ceiling while your hips still lay flat on the floor.
Step 2: Then, inhale and lift your legs again using your hips up while your palms press into the floor. Extend your legs up higher while pointing your toes to the ceiling. Keep your gaze towards your big toes.
Step 3: Once you feel that you cannot reach further up, you can support your upper back with your hands. Keep the back of your neck and head on the floor. Stay in this position as long as you can.
Step 1: Begin with a Standing Forward Bend pose. The toes should point slightly out while the knees are slightly bent.
Step 2: Put your right hand through your legs while clasping the right ankle. Then, place your right shoulder at the back of your right knee. Next, place your right palm on the earth behind your heel.
Step 3: Do this process on your left side.
Step 4: Next, incline your chest onward. Then, slowly lower both legs onto the backs of your upper arms. While inhaling, bring your feet off the floor and straighten your legs.
Step 5: You can hold the pose for 20 seconds or longer.
12. Reclined Big Toe
Step 1: To begin, lie on your back and take hold of a belt to straighten both legs. Then, inhale while you bend your right knee towards your chest.
Step 2: Grab the belt with both hands and wrap it around the arch of your right foot. Extend your leg up toward the ceiling. Ensure that your elbows are straight while your upper back and head touch the floor.
Step 3:You can stay in this position as long as you can.
13. Half Dog at the wall
Step 1: To start, stand towards a wall (about a meter away).
Step 2: Position your hands with open palms on the wall until you form an L-shape.
Step 3: Press your finger pads: and palms like you are embedding to the wall. While doing this, lift your tailbone a little bit.
Step 4: You can abruptly elongate the line from your head to the wall and your hips; it will stretch your hamstrings.
Step 5: Hold the pose for five deep breaths.
14. Standing Split
Step 1: Begin with the Standard Forward Bend. Come onto your fingertips for a flat back.
Step 2: Then, lift your right leg behind you, pointing the toes. Grab your standing leg ankle and pull your head down towards the floor and slowly to your shin.
Step 3: Lift your elevated leg as high as you can while drawing the outer hip of the standing towards the mid-line.
Step 4: Bend your raised leg while pulling your forehead closer to your shin. Then, straighten the lifted leg once again higher. Keep in this position as long as you can.
15. Low Cobra
Step 1: Lie down on your stomach. Using your palms, lift your torso and head, but your hips stay on the floor.
Step 2: While lying on this pose, press your pubic bone down. Also, press down the tops of your toes down the floor.
Step 3: Squeeze your elbows together behind the back while keeping the head low. Lengthen the crown of your head while you gaze on the floor. Take deep breathes until you can.
16. Supported Bridge
Step 1: Lay on your back with bended knees; it will allow the feet to lie next to your hips while the ankles are in line with the shoulders. Palms face down.
Step 2: Lift your hips off the floor then, slide the yoga block under your back (beneath your sacrum). Stretch your arms comfortably onto the floor.
Step 3: Stay in this position from five to 10 breathes.
17. Corpse Pose
Step 1: Start lying on your back. Take your feet as wide as the yoga mat and allow them to drop open.
Step 2: Turn your palms up and put your hands on the floor, even off the mat. Then, close your eyes.
Step 3: Inhale deeply from your nose and exhale from your mouth. You can hold on to this pose as long as you want.
John Hopkins Medicine tells more about yoga and its benefits. The institution reiterates that yoga helps people to manage stress. Just like doing sexy yoga poses.
Susan T. is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher, but to her, it all started with a very basic motivation: she just really wanted to be able to touch her toes. Susan has come a long way since then- she now regularly leads yoga teacher trainings and workshops all over the world, and has been featured in Yoga Journal, Mantra Yoga, San Jose Mercury News / Health, and more. But Susan will tell you that her simple quest for flexibility has led her to so much more than just touching her toes.