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Ridiculously simple ways to improve your Yoni weightlifting

Yoni or vaginal weightlifting is trending amongst women for its incredible benefits. Practitioners report that this vaginal fitness practice enhances their sex life immensely by tightening their pelvic muscles. To feel empowered, sexually vibrant and strong you can try these exercises at home.

Most of the time, vaginas are not given loving self-care and attention by their owners. Muscles of the pelvic floor go weak and this leads to feelings of desensitisation and sexual frustration. Most of us stay unaware of the vaginal muscle principles and their consequences. In reality, vaginas are composed of muscles and you can strengthen them by exercising. 

At first, vaginal weightlifting can sound intimidating. When the practice is introduced the first thing that people ask is “Ok, but How?!”. Lifting things using your vagina is possible by using special weights such as yoni eggs, cones and kegel exercise weights. You insert these weights and follow the recommended routines. Make sure to tie a string to the weight to take it out easily. It is also possible to attach a pouch or a purse to the string and add extra items for a more intense workout as you get more and more confident. 

Benefits of Yoni Weightlifting

Risks of Yoni Weightlifting

This practice can become risky if the wrong weight is used. It is very important to take it slow and progress step by step. Start with lighter weights and increase the intensity only when you start feeling confident. If you go too fast you can experience pain, discomfort or tearing. Smaller size weights require stronger muscles to keep them in place. So you can start with a bigger size but lightweight tool, if it keeps sliding out. Another tip is using silicone-free lube to ease the insertion of the weights. 

Another possible complication is infections. You need to make sure what you are inserting into your vagina is properly cleaned. If you don’t pay attention you may suffer from bacterial vaginosis and yeast infection. People who suffer from conditions such as vaginal infection, pelvic issues or prolapse need to consult their doctor before practising vaginal weightlifting. 

Some things you need to consider for practising vaginal weightlifting are: 

How To Start

Kegel refers to the exercises of clenching the pelvic floor muscles. You can try to stop while peeing if you want to locate these muscles. It is important to work on your kegel skills beforehand. You need to know which muscles to contract or you will not be able to do yoni weightlifting exercises. 

For vaginal weightlifting, firstly you need to have the proper tools. Cleanse the weights by placing in hot water with a few drops of vinegar or soap (wait 10 minutes and then rinse). If you are using a yoni egg, you can set an intention before inserting it to work with your powerful womb energies. Use this time to visualise your goal and focus on manifesting it. When you are fully relaxed, insert the weight. You do it just like inserting a tampon. 

Now do the following exercises:

Yoni Weightlifting Exercises

Some of the exercises you can do are:

Exercises you can do with attaching extra weights to the string are:

If you’d like to discover more daily practices to improve female health and well-being in general, enroll in our Tantra Method Practitioner training designed to give you simple tools which can be implemented into your self-care routine.


References

Cammu, H., & Van Nylen, M. (1998). Pelvic floor exercises versus vaginal weight cones in genuine stress incontinence. European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, 77(1), 89-93.

High quality Jade & Yoni Kegel Eggs. Bliss Yoni Eggs. (n.d.). Retrieved September 28, 2021, from https://blissyonieggs.com/. 

Mateus-Vasconcelos, E. C. L., Ribeiro, A. M., Antônio, F. I., Brito, L. G. D. O., & Ferreira, C. H. J. (2018). Physiotherapy methods to facilitate pelvic floor muscle contraction: a systematic review. Physiotherapy theory and practice, 34(6), 420-432.

Scaccia, A. (2019, October 10). Vaginal weightlifting: Technique, benefits, risks, and more. Healthline. Retrieved September 28, 2021, from https://www.healthline.com/health/womens-health/vaginal-weight-lifting#takeaway. 

Vaginal weightlifting 101. Bliss Yoni Eggs. (2017, June 27). Retrieved September 28, 2021, from https://blissyonieggs.com/blogs/news/vaginal-weightlifting-101. 

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