There are many romantic things about monogamy. Having one person who knows you inside and out for the rest of your life is a beautiful thought. And relying on only one person makes life a lot simpler.
But how natural is monogamy?
Well, according to science: it's not — and these three reasons are to blame. Read more
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Although society is used to monogamy, nature doesn't find it to be common.
Thursday, April 2, 2015
These five yoga moves will help you kill it in the bedroom, says Kristen Droesch.
It's an old joke that you should always stretch before sex, but nothing could be closer to the truth. Stretching and exercising will go a long way to improving your sex life. And what better way to combine the two than with yoga? Here we have five yoga moves to stretch you out, strengthen your body and get you ready for the big moment. Read more
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
One of the goals of Tantra is to awaken the kundalini energy that dormant at the base of the spine. Ashley Miller shares four breathing exercises for raising your kundalini.
Breathing is usually an unconscious activity. You might never give a second thought to proper breathing technique or the quality of your breath -- the breath just happens of its own accord. But practicing breathing exercises may provide a number of benefits, such as relaxation or increased energy. Yogis use specific breathing exercises to raise the coiled, serpentlike invisible energy that lies at the base of your spine, known as Kundalini. Whether they're energizing or relaxing, these exercises all serve to awaken dormant Kundalini. Read more
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Sarah Horrocks reveals how Tantric massage can awaken your sensuality, heighten your senses, and make your sex life more erotic.
Need to awaken your sensuality, heighten your senses, and make your sex life more erotic? Discover this massage where letting yourself go slowly opens doors to pleasure...
Origins As its name indicates, tantric massage is one of the rituals taught in the tantras, the sacred books on eroticism that came from a form of Hinduism. It has influences from thousand-year-old Chinese and Indian traditions. With a link to tantric teachings, it constitutes an exchange of subtle love.Today it is practiced far from spas and other centres of classic massage and most often between partners. Its strong sexual nature means that it is difficult, or rather impossible, to find a therapist. Read more
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
tantra teacher Katrina Bos explains how Tantric sex is the opposite of porn.
What if studying tantra could heal our addiction to Porn? What if tapping into our natural abilities to experience ecstasy changes everything?
I was really nervous when I first realized that I wanted to teach Tantra. What would people think? Would they be offended? Talking about sex is such a no-no. I live in a very small conservative community, how was this going to work? Read more
Saturday, March 14, 2015
Tantra teacher Deborah Taj Anapol, Ph.D., answers the question, "Why is sex sacred?"
After twenty-five years of Tantric practice, the essential unity of sex and spirit seems so obvious to me that I almost forget the rest of the world doesn’t necessarily see it that way. The Sufi teacher Hazrat Inayat Khan said, "Love is the sign of Spirit," and in my mind this always included erotic love. Recently, when a friend invited me and my teaching partner to give a talk on Sacred Sexuality at his Church, I realized I would have to find a way to explain myself that would make sense to the uninitiated. Here is what I said. Read more
Thursday, March 12, 2015
Women who want to improve their sex lives should try this short routine of six exercises and stretches.
You’re only one workout away from a better sex life! Not only can you lose weight, sculpt a strong, lean body and make your endorphins to soar, you can also count on exercise to make your time in the sack more enjoyable. And research indicates that improved body image as well as doing as little as 20 minutes of exercise a day enables you to enjoy sex more and be more sexually aroused. Flexibility is crucial for better sex. It helps alleviate aches and pains and allows you and your partner to experiment with positions that may otherwise be difficult. Check out these six exercises and stretches you can do to enhance your time under the covers. Read more