Now, this one is obvious but always worth mentioning. The more flexibility the more positions that are possible - and the more fun and creative you and your partner can be.
2. Mula Bandha
Focusing on the pelvic area of your body, poses such as camel pose (Ustrasana), contracts your perineum - in other words, kegels.
Mula Bandha can also help with premature ejaculation, and, listen up, because it also means longer love making, and that moment all of you dream about… climaxing together.
Practicing yoga creates awareness of your body and senses, making you more sensitive in arousal and touch. Ladies and gentlemen, take note because this makes the job easier - the more you and your partner practice, the more sensitive she or he becomes – pick up what I’m putting down…?
4. Mental health
Because yoga keeps you in balance, mentally and emotionally, you tend to be more relaxed and stress free. So, more often than not, you will be mentally and physically ready and in the mood - the couples that practice together… well, have better sex.
5. Partner yoga
Doing yoga with your partner requires trust and builds closeness. Not only that, working out boosts endorphins, which means when the two of you are done with your practice, there is more likely to be a cool down session – if you know what I mean.
6. Have more energy
Just as with any exercise, yoga gives you more energy; add a clearing of the mind and a meditative state, and you’re primed to go. Energy flowing and sensations high, you and your love will be sparking fires all over the house.
The healthier you feel the better you feel about yourself, in turn, the better you feel about yourself, the sexier you will feel. Regular yoga practice turns into feeling better, which turns into more activity in the bedroom, which turns into a healthier sex life. Period.