10 Yoga Poses That Double As Awesome Sex Positions

Posted by on November 3, 2015 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Meditation with 28 Comments

yoga positions great for sexBy Aly WalanskyYourTango.com

Yoga is one of the best mind-body experiences you can give yourself. Naturally, it translates really well in the sack with your partner helping you build both intimacy during sex—AND a better body.

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So why don't we try some easy yoga moves that lend themselves perfectly to bedroom sex positions? We love multi-tasking—and being creative.

From dead bug to child's pose, these moves are fun, exciting and yoga-instructor approved. And you don't have to be a total yogi to try these out either.

Take the Chakra Kiss, for example: Have your partner positioned in an easy-seated pose. Place yourself on top with your legs wrapped around your partner's torso and  wrap your arms wrapped around your partner's shoulders. When you start to breath together this builds up an enormous amount of intimacy and sexual energy.

See more of these hot (and we don't mean Bikram “hot”) yoga poses for the sack.

This pose doesn't sound sexy by name, but it is by practice! Lie on your back with your tailbone on the floor. Hold the outside edges of your feet with your hands and draw your knees down towards the floor. Gets everything nice and open!

Theresa Polley, host and instructor at Retreat in the Pines yoga retreat says this makes it perfect for hip opening—and other areas, as well. In fact, this pose is often also called Happy Husband!

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Start standing on your knees with your knees hips distance apart. Bring your feet together and send your hips all the way back to your heels. Extend your arms in front of you while you send your hips back.

“Your partner can then enter you from behind and pull your hips back while you stretch your arms forward. This creates a long beautiful back for your partner to admire,” says celebrity yoga trainer, Jessica James, creator of the We Heart Yoga prenatal DVD.

This pose is one of the most commonly performed moves in yoga. It's also known as Adho Mukha Svanasana, the pose resembles an upside down letter V.

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“Hands should be shoulder-width apart with equal spacing between your fingers. Keeping your feet hips width apart while channeling most of your energy into your hands by pushing the floor away from you while engaging your shoulders and upper body. Avoid arching and rounding of your back to obtain perfect positioning. This can easily be achieved by most and can always be modified until you can get your heels to reach the floor,” says fitness expert and founder of Nadia Murdock Fit, Nadia Murdock.


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  1. 10153069436295079@facebook.com' Dan Walper says:

    Trish Walper I think we should do yoga! Lol

  2. 1487327161594826@facebook.com' Paul Bishop says:

    Yes Amiee, sounds healthy ???

  3. 846414435380494@facebook.com' Revolution de Mind says:

    Thanks 🙂

  4. 540374389450659@facebook.com' Wolfe Bunn says:

    Like hatching two birds from one egg – rather than the two stone thing ;-]

  5. 983978681660374@facebook.com' Douglas Dwayne Jones says:

    Nothin with the old tried and true, , missionary position

  6. 1035693086450712@facebook.com' Dennis Tackett says:

    Elizabeth Tackett

  7. 10207308032766723@facebook.com' Marisa Rapisardi says:

    Hello! I am an undergraduate nursing student from a university in New Jersey. I am currently conducting a study on the relationship between yoga practice and stress. If you are a student, please consider taking my survey at this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7P56N3Y Thank you so much in advance!

  8. 10153662339852969@facebook.com' Lisa Fisher says:

    Gail Crisp

  9. 125926047760368@facebook.com' Shannon J Simms says:

    Wow seriously ?

  10. 131930190499959@facebook.com' David Crisp says:

    I could pull a ham string

  11. 10153258694082283@facebook.com' Jesse Casanova says:

    Courtney Haselton

  12. 878513668864729@facebook.com' Shane McGuirk says:

    When did this page turn to shit? Good bye.

  13. 750732601721486@facebook.com' Michelle Nabritt says:


  14. 10208140903099275@facebook.com' Dominik Zelichowski says:


  15. 10153200940986592@facebook.com' Damien Cook says:

    Loretta Cook lol

  16. 1055835984426759@facebook.com' Susan Corosu says:

    Yep! Soon as I get rid of my belly! Ha!

  17. 10208364273453389@facebook.com' Tom Pie says:

    this is my favourite foock position

  18. 10156212297460191@facebook.com' Mary Catherine Rose says:

    this article and picture annoys me…is nothing sacred anymore? while it’s true – everyone who does yoga already knows it, and those who don’t will find out soon enough on their own. remember that? discovering things on your own – and sharing things privately?

  19. 1000586246665534@facebook.com' Robert Schild says:

    that position good for eating

  20. 10207409812541598@facebook.com' John Chappell says:

    Send to your Dad,

  21. 300224266813182@facebook.com' Deb Maui Driscoll says:


  22. 10207351144805288@facebook.com' Zach Mckinney says:

    Danielle Howard ok now I’ll do some yoga lol

  23. 10208804827744551@facebook.com' Eric Bamberg says:

    When will we stop calling it yoga? Misuse of the word yet again.

  24. 10207008970210220@facebook.com' Daniel Horn says:

    Angie Harrison

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