You might be amazingly sultry and sensuous if you want to learn how to do Kama Sutra positions. This age-old technique explores sexuality between men and women and includes various positions. Spirituality and sensuality are combined with explosive results. Impress your girl with your Kama Sutra knowledge!
Things you'll need:
- Kama Sutra text
- Kama Sutra how-to videos
- Keep an open mind. Knowing how to do Kama Sutra positions means keeping an open mind. Kama Sutra is frank in its discussion of how to begin this practice. Those intimidated by sexual discussion and/or their bodies may be overwhelmed by the Kama Sutra.
- Make sure your partner is willing. Check with your partner before introducing the Kama Sutra. The best way to begin new sexual techniques is by discussing them with her. Kama Sutra is a sexual dialogue between two people, so make sure she is willing.
Read the text. You can go straight to the source if you want to learn how to do Kama Sutra positions. The text explains how to do the positions in great detail. The downside is that reading this manual can be incredibly boring. Perhaps the best way is to take turns reading to each other as a special bedtime story.
- Buy videos. An easier way to learn to how to do Kama Sutra positions would be buying various videos. Certain companies market Kama Sutra products to help couples. It could be a fun and stimulating way to relax and enjoy learning (while doing) the Kama Sutra.
- Do gymnastics. Because some Kama Sutra positions are difficult, it's recommended you be in good shape before attempting certain moves. This includes your lady, too. Like yoga, the Kama Sutra ranges from easy to advanced. Take your vitamins, drink plenty of water and stay in good shape to advance through the various Kama Sutra positions.
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