Yoga Poses For Couples Who Can’t Get Their Hands Off Each Other(2023)


Here are 2 benefits of performing couple yoga:

1. Shapes your communication

Very often, during a yoga session partners get the chance to help each other out. This can help in creating a better framework of communication due to the sharing of space between two people through yoga. Yoga can also be very handy to understand and respect another person’s boundaries. Once you realize this, you can start recognizing the positive space in between and realize how very important it is in building a positive relationship.

2. Allows you to learn together

Yoga is the playing field for expansion and self-development. And, partners or couples who are invested in empowering one another will stand the test of time. So, this is a great occasion to inspire, support and push each other. The way that you behave, interact and help each other on the yoga mat could well be a sign of how you manage outside of it.

If you’re in for a couple yoga session, try these following poses with your partner:

Hold each asana for 30 seconds and repeat for 3 sets

  • Sukhasana (Happy Pose)

Formation of the posture

  1. Sit in an upright position with both legs stretched out in Dandasan.
  2. Fold the left leg and tuck it inside the right thigh.
  3. Then fold the right leg and tuck it inside the left thigh.
  4. Place your palms on the knee
  5. Form Siddha Mudra.
  6. Sit erect with spine straight
Couple yoga can boost intimacy. 

Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog)

Formation of the posture

  1. To do adho Mukha Svanasana, start on your fours, ensuring palms are under the shoulders and knees below hips.
  2. Lift the hips up, straighten the knees and elbows, and form an inverted ‘V’ shape.
  3. Now keep the hands shoulders width apart. Fingers point ahead.
  4. Put pressure on your palms and open your shoulder blades.
  5. Try to push your heels to the floor.
  6. Keep your eye focused on your big toes

Santolanasana (Plank Pose)

Formation of the posture

  1. Lie on your stomach.
  2. Place your palms under your shoulders and lift your upper body, pelvis and knees up.
  3. Use your toes to grip the floor and keep the knees straight.
  4. Ensure that your knees, pelvis and spine are aligned.
  5. Your wrists must be placed exactly below your shoulders with your arms kept straight.
  6. Hold the final posture for a while

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