Mula Bandha: Intensify your Orgasm
Mula Bandha is a particular action involving pressure or strain on the
muscles, allowing energy to flow. The word “bandha” means “to bind” or
“to lock”. With mula bandha, the reference is to the locking of the muscles of
By opening and strengthening the muscles of the
pelvic floor, we can build a strong physical
foundation. This broadening and strengthening, relaxing and steadying of the
foundation is accomplished through a unique movement known in yoga as mula
bandha. When practiced correctly mula bandha, enables the
of the neck,
buttocks to be firmly "rooted" all the way down into the pelvic floor.
Paradoxically, we feel more "grounded" even as we feel lighter.
To Practice Mula Bandha
Sit in a comfortable meditative pose, preferably Siddhasana (with one
foot into root
chakra). Close the eyes, make sure the body is completely relaxed and
the spine is erect. Women need to concentrate on the cervix, as it is the
cervix and pelvic floor muscles which have to be contracted. In order to
engage the right muscles you'll have to enhance the awareness of the oval
defined by the pubic bone, tail bone and the two sitting bones. After a few
minutes of concentration, start to gradually contract and release the
muscles of the pelvic floor/cervix. Contraction should last for a few
seconds. Keep the breath normal. Contract, release five-ten times.
Contract the muscles of the cervix and hold. Hold the contraction for
sixty seconds, then release. Practice five times.
Start off with a gentle or partial contraction. Contract just a little
and hold without releasing. Then contract a little more. Continue like this,
gradually increasing the tension and contraction ten times until full
contraction is reached. Hold the full contraction for sixty seconds and try
to breathe normally.
You can practice mula bandha in conjunction with
by slowly contracting the pelvic floor while inhaling for five counts, and
then slowly releasing the muscles while exhaling for five counts.
At the end of your exercise session be sure to relax. Relaxation is as
important as work to build healthy toned muscles. You want a toned, not
tense or tight, pelvic floor. So, relax!
strength of pelvic floor muscles. A strong pelvic floor can help prevent
urinary incontinence later in life.
- Faster postnatal recovery.
- Minimal chances of uterus
- Strong core.
- There’s evidence that regular practice of mula Bandha intensify women’s
orgasms and make them easier to achieve.
- Women who have pain in the vagina or vulvar area during intercourse have
gotten great relief by doing mula bandha in combination with psychotherapy.
Try to maintain Mula Bandha at all times, not just during our asana
Sit on your mat, spine erect. Fully stretch both the legs
in front of you. Bend the toes forward. Keep your hands by your
sides, palms touching the floor and fingers pointing forward. Bend
the left leg at the knee, place the sole of the foot toward your
body and underneath you in such a way that it presses the anal slot.
Now bend the right leg at the knee and position your right foot
beneath the shin of the left leg. Your left foot should now be
touching the right thigh.
Be certain that your head, neck and spine are in alignment and that
you are sitting straight and tall. Place your right hand on your
right knee and the left hand on the left knee with the palms
touching the knees. Stay in this position for 2 to 3 minutes. Slowly
come back to sitting erect, legs out in front of you.
Dated 19 April 2012