Yoga: Exhale the bad breath and Inhale the fresh air #Infographic #Yoga

Yoga works as an amazing stress-reliever. It is the ultimate way to keep the balance between the mind and body. Yoga improves the flexibility and the metabolism, increases blood flow, etc. – which are all essential for a healthy sex life.

Yes! It’s true. Practicing yoga every day do improve the sex life. It arouses the sensual, desire, arousal, orgasm and overall sexual satisfactions. Yoga strengths the pelvic region, sharpening our focus, wonderfully connects two partners.

A woman who practices yoga and meditation every day have more sexual appeal and enjoy foreplay the most. Down here, we have listed the ten best yoga poses to enhance the sexuality that brings fire to your sex life.

How yoga helps in arousing the sexuality? Yoga teaches you to enjoy the present moment- indeed mindfulness. The mindfulness you learn during yoga also helps you to enjoy the love-making. Especially, it makes women the master of bed. Finally, yoga improves the body image and self-esteem.

An infographic by For The Closet.

The Ultimate Yoni Massage Guide #Infographic #Sex

Yoni is the Sanskrit translation for the vagina and one of its meanings is “sacred space” or “sacred temple.” In tantra, yoni massage is a ritual of feminine divinity and erotic connectivity between either a man and a woman or, more commonly, two women.

Tantric massaging is not merely about sex, it is about connecting your sexual feelings physically, mentally and spiritually. It also has many great health benefits such as reducing stress/depression and creates a better channel of energy throughout your body and soul. In a recent survey, 60% of women said they would consider getting a Tantric Yoni Massage from another woman.

Read our infographic here to find out more about the great benefits and how to give the perfect Tantric Yoni Massage.

An infographic by Karma Tantric.

The Ultimate Prostate Massage Guide #Infographic #Orgasm

It is a lesser known fact that the Male G-Spot is actually located in the prostate and research has shown that prostate orgasms are 33% more intense than penile orgasms. However, a common misconception may be that a prostate orgasm is only for gay men, which is false!

Did you know that, in a recent survey, 70% of straight men said that they would consider a prostate massage or have even had one? Equally, if you think this is impossible to achieve, why not ask your partner? 80% of women said that they would give their partner a prostate massage, so don’t be shy to ask, you may get luckier than you think.

Prostate massages also have many health benefits such as reducing stress, fighting depression and improving mental health – and don’t forget about the fact that it reduces the risk of bladder infections and prostate cancer. So don’t be shy, broaden your horizons and explore the great benefits of a prostate massage!

An infographic by Karma Tantric.