One of the questions I get asked most often is “What’s the best position for me to eat my cum?”. Of all the positions you can take the only one that is important is the one that works. How can you be sure that your your cum actually reaches your mouth? The question is…..how flexible are you and what are you willing to try? Most people start out eating cum from their fingers or belly. That’s a great way to start but soon you’ll want to enhance the experience and pleasure. I suggest you try different positions while stroking. It may take some time until you can get all the way into a position but half the fun is trying isn’t it? I recommend the following yoga positions to help you get into optimum cum catching shape.
Yoga For Cum Eating Flexibility
The cat-cow pose will develop abdominal strength as well as increase your flexibility. The Plow pose will stretch your hamstrings, spine and shoulders. See how you like these! I’ll be recommending more poses in the future.
Cat – Cow Stretch
Start with a neutral (flat and relaxed) spine. Think of the spine as a straight line connecting the shoulders to the hips. On all fours, bring the wrists underneath the shoulders and the knees underneath the hips. Keep the neck a natural extension of the spine.
Cow Pose on the inhale
Curl the toes under and drop your belly. Gaze up toward the ceiling letting the movement in the spine start from the tailbone, so that that neck is the last part to move.
Cat Pose on the exhale
Release the tops of the feet to the floor and round the spine. Drop the head and bring your gaze to your navel.
Repeat the Cat – Cow Stretch on each inhale and exhale, matching the movement to your own breath. Continue for 5-10 breaths, moving the whole spine. After your final exhale, come back to a neutral spine.
Position a folded blanket under the shoulders. The head and neck should be off the blanket. Lie on your back. Using your abdominal muscles, lift your legs over your head until the toes touch the floor behind your head. Interlace your fingers behind your back and straighten the arms. Roll the shoulders under one at a time. Your hips should be aligned over the shoulders. To come out of this pose, roll out of the pose slowly, one vertebra at a time, keeping the legs straight and feet together.
If you are a beginner or not that flexible you can practice the pose at the wall so that your feet will hit the wall when they come over head.
Practice Makes Perfect
Getting into the perfect position takes time and practice. Keeping an open and creative mind makes it easier and much more fun to accomplish your goal! Play with pictures in your head, practice to increase flexibility and body awareness and have fun! You will be able to find things that work and things that won’t work rather easily.