Bring the ancient practice of yoga from the mat into the bedroom—with electrifying results!
There’s no doubt about it: Yoga is sexy. With skimpy yoga outfits, graceful moves, deep breathing, and poses like Downward Dog, it’s no wonder yoga can leave you feeling a little turned on. Now the Better Sex Through Yoga program allows you to bring that yoga-sexiness right into the bedroom—and take your sex drive to unimaginable new heights.
A combination of traditional yoga poses, Pilates, and dance, along with twenty mind-blowing sex positions, Better Sex Through Yoga is guaranteed to tone up your body and turn up the heat on your lovemaking. Targeting the muscles of your sexual core to strengthen your pelvis, hips, and abdomen, the program also works the PC muscles, a little-known muscle group that prolongs and intensifies sexual pleasure. Each of the routines will increase your stamina, enhance your flexibility, and jumpstart your libido for deeper, longer, more frequent orgasms. You can try:
The Honeymoon… ignites the spark and gets you in the best sexual shape of your life
Hot Date Prep… leaves you feeling frisky, relaxed, and glowing as you head out the door
Bedtime Bootie… fast, loose, and hot, this quickie routine revs you up before hitting the sheets
Flexy Makes Sexy… opens the door for incredible new positions and heightened sexual pleasure
And seven more steamy yoga sequences
Soon your sex life will be sizzling and you’ll be feeling more confident in the bedroom and beyond. Working out has never been this good—or satisfying!
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|Title of Family & Relationships eBook: Better Sex Through Yoga|
|Release Date: 12-10-2008|
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Better Sex Through Yoga
FIRST A LITTLE FOREPLAY
Sex, as we all know, is more than just the act of having sex. It’s about a whole experience that begins with an exciting warm-up called foreplay. With foreplay, you begin to build excitement as blood starts to rush throughout your body and tingle every nook and cranny of your sexual being. As you start to kiss and touch and gently explore your partner’s sensual areas, your pleasure zones start to kick into high gear. Ultimately, foreplay helps to set the mood for the lovemaking that’s soon to come.
Like foreplay, we’d like to set the mood for Better Sex Through Yoga by explaining how our program got off the ground. As you probably realize, the basis for Better Sex Through Yoga is of course yoga. We start with yoga because so many of its principles simply and readily apply to sex. Over our years of teaching and practicing yoga, we’ve found that it is incredibly suited for waking up your body, mind, and spirit to help you achieve a better sex life.
Yoga has been around for thousands of years (clearly not as long as people have been having sex but well before we started teaching Better Sex Through Yoga). Over time, yoga has evolved into an amazing practice that promotes not only physical development but mental, emotional, and spiritual development as well. Although there are many different styles and forms of yoga, all these different forms have in common some basic yoga principles. We’ve chosen ten of these powerful yoga principles to incorporate into our Better Sex Through Yoga program. Here’s how:
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