One study found that women who practiced yoga regularly for 12 weeks reported a big improvement in a certain steamy quality of life. Downward dog, anyone? From The Big, Fun, Sexy Sex Book by Lisa Rinna and Ian Kerner, Ph.D.
Lisa likes to say that yoga puts her in touch with her body faster than any other type of exercise. That's not surprising: The meditative stretches and poses of yoga can help get you out of your head and in tune with your body. They're not only a great workout, but can be both calming and rejuvenating. Research even suggests that yoga may help lower blood pressure, ease symptoms of asthma, back pain, and arthritis, and prevent stroke.
But can yoga improve your sex life? A growing body of evidence suggests that the answer may be yes. Research suggests that yoga has long been used by women to benefit sexuality. And one study, published in the February 2010 issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine, found that women who practiced yoga regularly for twelveRead More »from Can Yoga Improve Your Sex Life?