Yoga is a relaxing way to exercise that can benefit your confidence and appearance. However, yoga is also an excellent tool for improving your sex life. Practising yoga can help you become more flexible, aware of your body, and even increase your libido. Yoga also has the unique ability to reduce your stress and anxiety levels, allowing your sexual desire to increase. So, try out our suggested yoga poses to improve your performance and help your sex life. 


Want to move fast? Jump to the right section below.

  1. Bridge Pose
  2. Child's Pose
  3. Cat/Cow Flow
  4. Happy Baby Pose
  5. Downward Facing Dog

Bridge Pose

woman in gym wear doing the bridge yoga pose

The bridge pose strengthens your pelvic floor. Doing this can help improve the feeling of sex and orgasms for both men and women.

To perform this pose, first lie on your back. Then bend both your knees with your arms flat on the floor. Your knees should be in line with your ankles, and your feet should be hip-width apart. Your palms should be against the ground. Then you can lift your pelvic area upwards along with your torso, but keep your head and shoulders on the floor. This pose should be held for around 5 seconds.

Child's Pose

woman in gym wear doing the child's yoga pose

This pose opens your hips without needing to be flexible. It can help you find relaxation and reduce the feeling of anxiety.

To begin this pose, start by kneeling on the floor. Your feet should be next to each other, but your knees should be around a hip-width apart. Lean forward while exhaling. You should stretch your hands in front of you and let your body relax into the stretch, between your legs. You should try to get your forehead to touch the mat, but you can also rest your head on a pillow. This pose should be held for upwards of 30 seconds.

Cat/Cow Flow

woman in gym gear doing the cat's yoga pose

Performing this flow of yoga poses can help to loosen your back and bring relaxation. As you move from the cat pose to the cow pose, your blood flow will increase in the pelvic area. This can improve your sexual performance.

For this pose, start on all fours with your wrists underneath your shoulders and knees in line with your hips. Inhale and look up, letting your stomach curve towards the floor. Then exhale as you tuck your chin back into your chest and round your spine towards the ceiling. Slowly move between these two poses for around 1 minute.

Happy Baby Pose

woman doing happy baby yoga pose

This pose is excellent for stretching your glutes and lower back. The happy baby pose also brings some joy and fun to your workout and, therefore, improves your mood.

Begin this pose by lying on your back. While exhaling, bend your knees and move them towards your stomach. Then inhale and reach up to grab your feet, widening your knees. Next, push the heels of your foot upwards, flexing your feet and stretching your hands down. Hold this position for upwards of 30 seconds.

Downward Facing Dog

woman doing happy baby yoga pose

Downward facing dog helps to relax the mind and body by easing muscle tension. It can also help tone muscles and improve flexibility, boosting your confidence.

Start with your feet hip-width apart. Reach your hands onto the floor, and spread them at the top of the mat. Draw your tailbone towards the back of the mat. This should create an inverted V shape with your body and lengthen you through your spine. Make sure to stretch your shoulders away from your ears and relax your neck. Hold this pose for around 5 seconds.

Yoga is a fantastic tool for embracing yourself and your partner. It helps you maintain a healthy body and mindset as well as boost your self-esteem and increase your libido. Performing these yoga poses every day will help you become connected, adventurous, and comfortable in the bedroom. Invite your partner to join you on your yoga journey and discover these exciting benefits to your sex life.

If you are new to your yoga journey, be sure to read our article for A Guide To Yoga For Beginners. Also, check out our Yoga Equipment Essentials to make sure you have the tools you need.


Exercise.co.uk Yoga Banner

Before beginning any exercise or nutrition program, consult your physician, doctor or other professional. This is especially important for individuals over the age of 35 or persons with pre-existing health problems. Exercise.co.uk assumes no responsibility for personal injury or property damage sustained using our advice.

If you experience dizziness, nausea, chest pain, or any other abnormal symptoms, stop the workout at once and consult a physician or doctor immediately.