Rekindling Intimacy: Exploring Post-Conflict Connection

Rekindling Intimacy: Exploring Post-Conflict Connection

Although fighting with your honey is not the best, make-up sex makes up for it — and is the best! After an argument, which happens in even the best relationships, make-up sex is a tension reliever and often ends up being super steamy and surprising bonding at the same time.

Rediscovering Intimacy Through Tantra: The Yab Yum Connection

To reconnect, start with a classic Tantra sex position, the Yab Yum. Have your partner sit cross-legged while you sit on their lap, wrapping your legs around their butt. Next, stare into each other’s eyes to show each other some love. The “eye gazing” helps you feel close to each other again. Then, try to synchronize your breathing. You can just sit there like that, or you can have sexy time in that very position. For more intimacy, run your fingers through each other’s hair and kiss each other’s necks. Sweet.

Rekindling Intimacy: Exploring Post-Conflict Connection

Exploring Pleasure Dynamics: The Fixer Position

Depending on whose fault it is, oral sex is in order. The “fixer” position involves one person on their back, receiving pleasure, and the other on their knees “fixing” the problem. And you can take turns to make things even. You can also modify this position by having one person sit on a chair or a couch to relieve the strain on your neck, and make sexy eye contact while you’re giving or receiving pleasure.

Pre-Intimacy: Embracing Sexycises

If you want to try something non-sexual before sex, try some Sexycises by Sexperts, Yin Yang Yoga For Intimacy. These fun “pre-sex” positions combine kundalini, vinyasa, tantra yoga for couples, and acroyoga, which combines yoga and acrobatics. The poses range from easy to porn star, so anyone at any level can do them. Each pose is scaled for the beginner, intermediate, and advanced sexyciser.

Enhancing Emotional Bonds: The Power of Physical Connection

Dr. Ava Cadell, who created the video, along with 19 other PhD’s, MFT’s, sex therapists, sexologists, couple’s counselors, and yoga experts, found that “Couples get the quickest and most positive results when they connect physically.”

She came up with the idea for the video after realizing that couples are much happier when they use physical, non-sexual touch to become more emotionally connected. I love this “sexercise” video, and think it’s a great Christmas gift for your lover. I gave this download as a wedding gift and the couple thanked me, telling me they watched it together, and now have aspirations to achieve the “High Flying Whale” position.

Navigating Physical and Emotional Spaces

Dr. Jallen Rix, a clinical sexologist who appears on the video, encourages couples to “get out of their head space” and into more of a “physical space”. He compares doing this to slow dancing, which can be a slow build-up to make-up sex. Here is Dr. Jallen Rix performing the “High Flying Whale” with yoga partner Kayvon Afsarifard. You can also check out “The Bird” their recent YouTube post on the Sexycises channel – and subscribe for weekly free poses!

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