Too Sexy For The Web? Censors Want to Ban This Yoga Move | PICS


These simple poses increase arousal, desire, lubrication, and orgasm

(Headline Health) Tens of thousands of Headline Health readers were recently prevented from learning this special yoga pose that’s said to increase sexual stamina in both sexes, but especially women.

The Headline Health email alert referencing these sex-enhancing yoga moves was simply marked as spam … even though it did not hawk questionable supplements, contain nude images, or use inappropriate language.

Okay, so there’s this … the instructions do tell a woman to imagine “riding an invisible horse” while “sitting in an invisible saddle.” Hmm, could that be it?

Actually, we’re guessing that it was two words in our daily subscriber-only email that triggered the spam filters. You see, we promised, “Yoga Poses For Increased Sexual Stamina.”

The term “sexual stamina” seems to have been a bridge too far for the nannies who control some internet service providers. They didn’t want to shock you with this “offensive” content.

The fact is, these yoga poses – which can be done fully clothed, in public or in private – are perfectly innocent.

It just so happens that they are incredibly effective at strengthening the pelvic floor and the anal sphincter – also known as human body parts – but apparently, these are dirty words in the eyes of internet censors.

We think we found a way around the censors. But please – we urge you to read and print this page now before Nanny State censors attempt to pressure us to take it down.

Five Minutes A Day To Better Sex With These Yoga Moves

Natural Ways to Increase Female Libido (Great for Men, Too)

Only five minutes of libido-boosting yoga will stimulate circulation in the lower body and pelvic area. These simple poses increase arousal, desire, lubrication, and orgasm.

Here’s how you do them.

1. Stand up with your feet wide apart and your spine straight

Take a deep breath and release it slowly. Next rotate your feet so they point outward, not so much that you strain your ankles, but as close to a 45-degree angle as you can do comfortably.

Bring your hands together in front of you in the namaste position (fingers to fingers, palms to palms), and squat.

Stand up straight and remain in place until you feel relaxed. Then lift your left leg and point your toes outward. Like the first exercise, a 45-degree angle is far enough.

Keeping your back straight and remembering to breathe deeply and fully, now lift your right leg and point your toes outward. Now squat downward as if you were sitting in an invisible saddle, riding an invisible horse.

This exercise strengthens the pelvic floor.

2. Your second exercise is the reverse of the lunge

On all fours, support your weight on your elbows and knees as you point your hands and feet outward. Hold this pose as you take five deep breaths in and out.

If you pay attention to your abdominal muscles, you can tone your belly as you strengthen your pelvic floor.

The key to success with all of these exercises is to do them gently. If you have a partner, you can do these exercises together; they are as effective for men as they are for women.

How Yoga Can Improve Your Sex Life

  1. Increase flexibility.
  2. Promotes a healthy body image and self-esteem.
  3. Helps you learn and appreciate awareness in the present moment.

SOURCES, IMAGES: Robert Rister, Women’s 

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