Regina Hall Candidly Educates Us on the Art Yoni Egging (Video)

Regina Hall Candidly Educates Us on the Art Yoni Egging (Vaginal Tightening)

We all know about the Kegal exercises where you strengthen your vaginal muscles for a more intense sexual interaction and orgasm with your male counterpart.  Well, the Yoni eggs offers the same type of enhancement, but in another way.

Yoni eggs are inserted inside the vagina and left there as the wearer goes by her normal day to day activities.  As Regina mentions, you till have to be careful as a sudden jerk or motion can dislodge it, putting it's wearer in a very uncomfortable position.  My advice would be to start off by wearing them only while you're at home.  After you have mastered it placement, you can try wearing them while you are out and about without anyone being the wiser.

Don't try and use those old street hookups where they put vinegar and pickling powder inside their vagina to make it tighter.  You'll end up with no uterus and probably many other issues; maybe even mental issues.

 

In 2013 she and Conan do Kegels together......

@glamazontyomi, a sex educator, offers these tips:

What does yoni mean?

Yoni is the Sanskrit word for the vagina meaning “sacred place”.  This word is often used in eastern cultures and Taoist tradition when referring to the vagina.

What size do these eggs come in?

Yoni eggs are typically sold in small, medium and large sizes.  The average person would use a medium size egg, as a small egg may be too small to feel within the vagina and one must feel the weight in order to contract the muscles to keep it in place.  Large yoni eggs are good for women who have had children.

How do I insert the egg?

For many women, inserting anything into the vagina can be intimidating because of the thought of something getting lost beyond the cervix or stuck beyond retrieval. However, there is no need to worry about the yoni egg getting stuck or lost within the vagina.  The egg will eventually travel down the vaginal canal, as it will want to fall out because of its weighted nature.  To insert, you must first be in a relaxed state. While laying down or with one leg propped up on the edge of the bathtub or on the edge of a bed, chair or another piece of furniture that is sturdy, hold the yoni egg with the finger tips and slowly ease it into the vagina using  the tip of the middle finger. Once it is past the opening of the vagina, the vaginal walls will naturally pull the egg into place. At this point, it will be your job to prevent it from slipping out.  Contracting the muscles to keep the egg in place is what will strengthen the vagina.

How do I use the egg?

Yoni eggs can be used during meditation, while sitting down watching television or doing work, or while walking around doing every day activities. It’s all about experimenting and knowing what’s right for you.  These eggs will help a woman become more aware of her vagina and to connect her mind to her genitals for greater experiences during sex.

Which stone should I choose?

There are several different types of stones that you can use depending on their properties and what results you want to bring to the vagina.  Each stone will bring different healing properties to the reproductive organs. Amethyst, rose quartz, aventurine, jade and serpentine are great stones to use, with jade and rose quarts being the best for beginners. The key in choosing the right one for you is being aware of the properties of the stones and their healing abilities.

How do I clean the egg after I use it?

Do not use soap on the yoni egg.  Instead, bring a pot of water to the temperature right before it begins to boil, place the egg in a bowl and pour the water over the egg until it is completely submerged.  Let it sit for about three minutes, pour the water out and place the egg in cold water for about 20 minutes until the egg is completely cool.  Keep your egg in a safe place away from others.

If you are interested in purchasing an egg, they can be found online and at crystal shops.

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