7 Enchanting Partner Yoga Poses for Rejuvenating Love

7 Enchanting Partner Yoga Poses for Rejuvenating Love

7 Enchanting Partner Yoga Poses for Rejuvenating Love: Want an easy way to break the ice with a new partner or a great way to deepen the intimacy of a current relationship? No experience is required for this partner yoga set. Move through this partner yoga poses, and not only will you experience a deep stretch in your muscles, but you’ll deepen the connection with your loved one as well.
Just remember to listen to your body and don’t do anything that hurts. Otherwise, have fun, laugh and connect!

Try this Partner Yoga for beginners and combine your abilities for a deeper practice together. Team up with someone special for assistance, which will push you both beyond your boundaries and limits. This exercise not only builds your friendship and bond, but it allows you to be adventurous and attempt poses you may otherwise have shied away from. You’ll serve as amazing motivation and inspiration to one another. Joining strengths and working together is perfect for asana practice – Yoga is about unity, after all.

Here are Some Famous and Best Partner Yoga Poses for Rejuvenating Love

1. Partner breathing:

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Start in a seated position with legs crossed at the ankles or shins, with your backs resting against each other.

• Rest hands on thighs or knees and allow yourself to feel and connect with your partner.
• Begin to notice how the breath feels as you inhale and exhale; especially notice how the back of the rib cage feels against your partner’s.
• Begin to “breath alternate” with your partner, so as you inhale, he exhales; as he inhales, you exhale. Practice for three to five minutes.
This is a gentle way to connect with your partner, helps open the heart and is an easy way to connect with your breath.

2. Partner Twist:

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• Start in a seated position with legs crossed at the ankles or shins and your backs resting against each other.
• Rest hands on thighs or knees and allow yourself to feel and connect with your partner.
• Inhale and reach arms overhead, lengthening the spine as you reach up.
• Exhale and twist to the right, bringing your right hand to the inside of your partner’s left knee and your left hand to the outside of your right knee/thigh. Your partner should mirror the movement.
• Hold for three to five breaths, then exhale, untwist and repeat on the opposite side.
Twists help cleanse the body and assist in the detoxifying process. This is also a fun way to initiate playfulness with your partner.

3. Temple pose:

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• Start by facing each other in a standing position.
• Step feet under hips, then inhale, extend arms overhead and begin to hinge forward at the hips until you meet hands with your partner.
• Slowly begin to forward fold, bringing elbows, forearms, and hands so they rest against each other.
• Rest equal weight against each other and release chest and belly toward the floor.
• Hold for five to seven breaths, and then slowly walk toward each other, bringing torso upright and release arms down.
This helps open the shoulders and chest, which is the seat of our energetic heart.

4. Twin trees:

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• Start standing next to each other facing the same direction.
• Standing a few feet apart, bring palms toward each other with the arms in a T shape, or draw the elbows and palms together in a cactus shape.
• Begin to shift weight onto right foot and have your partner shift weight onto their left foot.
• Draw the opposite leg into tree pose by bending the knee and bringing foot to the ankle, calf or inner thigh of the standing leg.
• Balance for five to seven breaths, then release and turn around to face the opposite direction and repeat on the opposite side.
Balance poses encourage focus, and this specific pose invites playful focus while being a gentle hip opener.

5. Partner Forward-Fold:

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• From a seated position facing each other, extend legs out to a wide V-shape with kneecaps facing straight up and soles of the feet touching.
• Extend arms toward each other, holding opposite palm to the forearm.
• Inhale and lengthen up through the spine.
• Exhale, as one person folds forward from the hips and your partner sits back, keeping the spine and arms straight.
• As you relax into the pose, allow yourself to soften into it. Stay in the pose for five to seven breaths.
• To come out of the pose, release each other’s arms and bring torsos upright. Repeat in the opposite direction, bringing your partner into the forward fold.
Feels so good! This pose opens the hamstrings and calms the nervous system.

6. Buddy boat pose:

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• Find a comfortable seated position facing each other, with your knees bent and toes touching. Reach out for your partner’s wrists and hold them snugly.
• Begin to walk soles of the feet together, bringing knees slightly toward the chest.
• Using your hold as leverage, lift chest toward each other, straightening spine as much as possible.
• Keeping the spine straight and chest lifted, slowly begin to straighten legs. This is a challenging pose; stay playful and maybe try straightening one leg at a time.
• Hold for five to seven breaths, then gently release feet back to the floor.
This pose is energetic and gently works the core. It is playful and encourages laughter.

7. Flying Bow Pose:

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• Now it’s time for something a little more challenging but also a lot more fun:Flying Bow is a type of backward flying pose, where the person on top has their back facing their partner.
• If you’re new to this kind of flying pose, make sure you do it with a spotter, or better yet, a yoga instructor.
• She’ll be able to offer verbal cues to help you get up and stay balanced since it’ll be hard for you and your partner to see what’s going on. Be sure to move slowly and with control.
Also, you don’t have to do this with a guy on the bottom. A woman is strong enough to lift someone too.

After finishing the poses, come to a neutral position lying next to each other on your backs in corpse pose, maybe resting hands together gently. Allow the body to completely relax, with eyes closed. Feel the closeness with your partner and your connection to the present moment. Relax in this pose for three to five minutes before completing your practice.
Get to know your partner and yourself better with these duo-driven poses. I am sure, you and your partner will love them.

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