In the "Clasping Positions" of the Kama Sutra, the woman and man maintain a straight-legged, rather rigid posture in respect to one another. The term "clasping" comes as the woman clasps or holds onto the man's Lingam (penis) with her tight Yoni (vaginal) muscles and thighs (practice your Kegel exercises!).
These positions, or Asanas (Sanskrit), don't allow for much movement. They can be, however, very balanced and meditative, focusing not so much on hard thrusting as on a more gentle movement. The couple is in this way able to be in a kind of prayer together, holding and channeling the energy.
The couple may lay in any of the following combinations: woman on back/man on top; man on back/woman on top; woman on stomach/man face down on top; side-by-side facing each other; side-by-side and back to front, as in spooning. These are excellent positions for older couples because they're generally very easy on the body. Read more
Saturday, December 4, 2010
3 Kama Sutra "Clasping Positions"
The "Clasping Positions" of the Kama Sutra are perfect for Tantric sex. They are very balanced and meditative since they don't allow for much movement. Tantra teacher Suzie Heumann explains how to do them.