This breath practice led by John at the September 2019 Embodied Women's Weekend Intensive in New York, opens the central channel of your body that connects your throat, heart, solar plexus, and cervix or perineum. This is the channel where the deepest sex happens, so it is a good practice to do before sex.
While seated, rock the base of your body slightly until the center of your perineum rests directly on the chair or cushion. You will continue this rocking motion during the breath practice, massaging your perineum into the chair or cushion as you inhale and exhale through the mouth; breathing down to the base of your body and stimulating your genitals. Find a rhythm and then soften your throat, heart, and hips. After several minutes of this, inhale and hold the breath, and then exhale, squeeze your pelvic floor, and hold the breath once again before relaxing the practice and releasing to a normal breath.
Disclaimer: Although anyone may find this practice to be useful, it is made available with the understanding that we are not engaged in presenting specific medical, psychological, emotional, sexual or spiritual advice. Nor is anything in this practice intended to be a diagnosis, prescription, recommendation or cure for any specific kind of medical, psychological, emotional, sexual or spiritual problem. Each individual has unique needs and this practice cannot take these individual differences into account. Each person should engage in a program of treatment, prevention, cure, or general health only in consultation with a licensed, qualified physician, therapist or other competent professional. Any person suffering from a sexually transmitted disease or any local illness of his or her sexual organs should consult a medical doctor and a qualified instructor of sexual yoga before practicing the sexual methods described in this practice.