London, UK (PRWEB UK) 3 December 2013
The second annual Dubai Yoga and Music Festival will run from November 21st to the 24th, The National reported November 17th. According to the article, “Bending into shape with the second Dubai Yoga and Music Festival", Angela Pashayan, a bhakti Yoga instructor from the US, started the event with Ryan Noronha last year as a way of bringing yoga and music together, and educating everyone about the benefits of yoga. Pashayan commented, ‘People can come and shop at the stalls while learning about the benefits of yoga from our free stage forum discussions. Don’t know about yoga? You can ask questions at these open classes and stand at the back of any yoga class you want to see what it looks like in action.’ (http://www.thenational.ae/lifestyle/bending-into-shape-with-the-second-dubai-yoga-and-music-festival#ixzz2kz9mtOFc)
To celebrate the festival, Yourwellness Magazine looked at how yoga can enhance sex. Yourwellness Magazine noted, ‘If your sexual health is a top priority, your natural wellness and wellbeing are bound to follow. Nothing melts stress and busts anxiety like a bit of a workout under the covers. Sex calms nerves and releases endorphins which are happy hormones that boost your immune system, relieve nasal congestion and even help you live longer…yoga can make your sex life even better by improving the quality and frequency of your orgasms.’ (http://www.yourwellness.com/2013/11/taking-yoga-help-improve-sex-life/#sthash.jmlTPwbW.dpuf)
Yourwellness Magazine explained that straining to hold all the tough, unique positions that yoga entails means stronger muscles, which can increase endurance during sexual intercourse. Yourwellness Magazine suggested the three legged down dog or crow pose for those that are specifically looking to go longer in bed. Yourwellness Magazine also pointed out that yoga tones the inner muscles, such as those inside the pelvic floor, which can increase pleasure and lead to stronger, more powerful orgasms. Yourwellness Magazine added that helps to improve flexibility which can lead to increased creativity in the bedroom. Yourwellness Magazine explained that flexibility makes people feel more confident to try different sexual positions without risking an injury.
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