Ok everyone – hang onto your hats because the puns abound! Amy here and we’re talking about better sex, specifically better orgasms (no that isn’t the same thing – please contact me regarding our sex workshop for more on that).
But seriously – you’ve probably heard us rant about the dangers of kegels being this blanket cure for all pelvic floor ailments. We far more often teach Reverse Kegels because it is far more critical to ensure you can fully relax the pelvic floor. Today, I have a whole other reason for you to want to be good at Reverse Kegels. Check out the video then keep reading for the good stuff!
Better orgasms. That’s why you want to learn how to breathe deeply into your pelvic floor. As a climax starts to build, it is very common for many muscles in our body to start to tense up. This can often have a negative impact on blood flow to the clitoris, which is the female sexual organ. It would be the male equivalent of not having enough blood flow to the penis to maintain an erection. As you feel that tension building, take a deep breath and intentionally relax, mindfully inviting/allowing/willing blood flow into the pelvic floor. This is much easier if you have already developed this skill. I highly recommend just practicing the breathing and feeling the relaxation consistently before doing this during clitoral stimulation so that it’s much easier when you truly need it! Please try this out and let me know how it worked for you.
These videos are meant to be educational and instructional. They are not able to diagnose or treat a specific issue and are definitely not a substitute for a professional evaluation.