Did you know that only 25% of women consistently experience orgasm during sex? Relying on Psychology Today, about 50% of females sometimes have and sometimes don’t have orgasms while intimacy. About 20% seldom or hardly ever can climax. And about 5% never have orgasms. Which group are you or your partner into? Is there anything that can be done to become a part of the first luckiest group? There’s a lot of research done by modern scientists to answer that question, but people studied the art of sex long before technologies appeared. Let’s refer to the most ancient Eastern tradition like yoga and learn how it can help to experience the strongest and the most fantastic orgasm in your life.
Facts about orgasm
Before we plunge into exercises and yoga poses to get you closer to orgasm, better understand the nature and the peculiarities of this sensation.
- It’s okay you don’t experience orgasm sometimes. Nature is wonderful. It always knows better. To give birth to a child, a woman doesn’t need to come (by contrast with a man). So, consider female orgasm as a pleasant bonus. And learn the ways to experience it.
- There’s no exact time each woman needs to get off. They say it requires at least 20 minutes for a girl to orgasm. However, Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist, insists every woman is unique. So, learn yourself and your body and encourage your partner to be more attentive to your needs. Maybe you just need more time!
- Faking orgasm doesn’t make anyone any good. If you’re one of those who are constantly faking it not to hurt your partner, then it needs to stop. Feeling unsatisfied every time after sex influences your physical and mental health. Moreover, how can your partner learn what you like and what you don’t?
Ways yoga influnces your sex life
Flexibility plays a huge role in sexual satisfaction. Moreover, it brings confidence and spices things up. Postures such as frog pose, downward dog, splits, or deep forward bends not only strengthen and loosen up your hips and back. They make you feel sexy and desired. Believe it, when a woman feels that way, it’s much easier to get that desired orgasm.
Being here and now — sex you’re actually far away from reality? You’re in your head thinking about how you look or what you should cook for dinner. Yoga will teach you to stay focused. You’ll learn how to concentrate on your breath, body movements, feelings, and your partner.
Pelvic floor sensibility
Inactive life, stress, pregnancy — no wonder your best body parts are stiff. No blood flow to your pelvic = no energy = no orgasm. Heard of Kegels exercises? Yoga has a great alternative. This is called “mula bandha” or “root lock.” Contract the pelvic floor and try to lift it toward the spine. Hold it while practicing. In time you’ll feel your sensation has increased.
Top 5 yoga asanas (poses) to finally experience orgasm
Stand onto all fours. Breathe out and round your back like a cat stretching: tuck your tailbone and drop your head between the arms. Inhale and arch for cow pose. Stick your tailbone up. The head goes up too. Repeat 15-20 times.