“I didn't know you had to exercise your vagina."
Teri Hatcher discovered the surprise of her life while flipping through a catalogue during some downtime on the set of her series, Desperate Housewives. She detailed her transformation ad nauseum with Jay Leno on the Tonight Show. It’s hilarious, she’s darling.
The Almighty Kegel. Your doctor may have mentioned it to maintain urinary continence and shore up after giving birth. You may have smirked, and pondered the effect of an acrobatic vaginal canal. You may have ventured a few clenches here and there, and wondered about your performance of this vague prescription: “like stopping the urine flow.”
FIT women have more orgasms, a survey has discovered - and doing regular pelvic exercises can increase your chances of ecstasy. A recent survey stated that 8 out of 10 women improved their sex lives in 4 weeks by doing these exercises daily - and 7 out of 10 of their partners said sex was better for them, too. Woo hoo! Although you may not be inclined to shoot a round of ping pong balls out of your coo anytime soon, nearly all women surveyed said they would make more effort if they had information on the right routines.
She says, “Imagine sipping the energy through a straw up through the central nervous system and into the brain... flooding the brain with the energy of passion and consciousness from the sexual chakra to the brain. It allows women to own and claim their own passion energy, and to awaken their yoni (vagina) in preparation for lovemaking.
These exercises strengthen the inner walls of the yoni and bring blood flow into this area, creating more feeling and more lubrication and therefore energy and pleasure.”
Wispy Teri Hatcher has a “very strong kitty kat.”
Her yoni can probably pick up lawn furniture now, so believe me, these work.
We asked Caroline what she thinks of PC muscle workout items, like the Kegelmaster and Smartballs, “Why not? Although I've never used them. I believe you get all the workout you need on your own and with a lover. But I'm not the athletic type, being built for comfort and not for speed." She also teaches men how to access their PC muscle so they can maintain control while in the grips of an awakened yoni, “Once women are awakened and alive, they don't always want the man to come so soon, but rather to sustain their sexual potency.”
“Men and women want to learn the feeling of drawing in (tightening) and energy flowing out (relaxing). Both male and female genitals have the capacity to receive energy and send energy, continues Caroline. She offers a few more important practices:
The Sustained Grip Exercise
The internal muscles will get strong by taking in a deep breath - holding the breath while squeezing tight on the muscles in the genitals - and then releasing the hold with the exhale. Wait a moment, and repeat several times. It’s likely you were forgetting to breathe in and exhale while doing Kegels before, these conscious connections makes all the difference.
Squeeze and Relax Exercise
Inhale and hold the breath. Squeeze muscles – relax, squeeze – relax, squeeze – relax, all the while holding the breath. When the need to exhale takes over, let the breath out slowly as you relax the muscles in the genitals -- completely relaxing as all the breath leaves the lungs. Spend five seconds with the breath held out ... experiencing complete emptiness.
Hello! Bring on the ping pong balls!