Wondering how to orgasm every time you make love? You are not alone! Many women want to know how to have orgasms. Some want to know how to orgasm more easily, others want to know how to have their first orgasm. The good news? With very few exceptions, every woman can learn how to orgasm and experience more pleasure. Our bodies are designed for orgasm, and with some (very pleasurable!) practice you’ll be able to master the skills so you can enjoy more orgasms, both alone and with a partner. Here are the top five things you need to do to learn how to orgasm more easily! This article is about female orgasm. If you are a man wanting to learn how to orgasm in a new way, check out our resources on the Edging Technique and Ejaculation Control. Read more
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Want to know how to orgasm every time you make love? Then follow these five essential steps from the Pleasure Mechanics.
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Molly Triffin tells how to spice up oral sex with ten oral Kama Sutra moves..
It pretty much goes without saying that you're down to try new sex positions—whether it's this sexy move or this bad boy. But we're guessing you probably don't mix it up as often when it comes to going down on each other, and that's a damn shame. Enter these oral kama sutra moves from Sadie Allison, author of Ride 'Em Cowgirl!. Read more
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Ajapa Japa is a Tantric meditation technique for opening the Chakras, activating the energies, and bringing the mind to a state of silence. You work with Ujjayi, Khechari, Soham Mantra and circulation of Awareness. This variation of Ajapa Japa was developed by by Paramahamsa Satyananda. Nalini, one of his direct disciples, guides you through different steps of this meditation technique.
Thursday, May 2, 2013
New research suggests that practicing yoga produces internal changes on a genetic level.
If we’re finished obsessing about yoga jeans, perhaps it’s time to think about yoga and genes.
Newly published research from Norway suggests that a comprehensive yoga program rapidly produces internal changes on a genetic level. The results help explain the well-documented health benefits of this ancient practice. Read more