This article is dedicated to women—and the men who care about them!
It’s Dr E here. I’d like to introduce you to the Yoni Egg, or often also called the Jade Egg. Yoni is a Sanskrit word that means “sacred space,” and stands for a woman’s sexual center. The sound of sacred space expresses much more the sense of honoring and cherishing than our clinical term vagina does.
I want to emphasize the relevance of having strong pelvic floor muscles. And here is where the Yoni Egg comes in: It allows you to enliven and keep your yoni alive. It assists in developing and maintaining a strong, vital PC muscle, which is paramount to a healthy pelvic floor. By strengthening your PC muscle with your Yoni Egg inserted while you use the breath to move the energy through your body you will:
1. Feel more grounded and centered in yourself.
2. Be more in tune with your sensuous capacity.
3. Massage your yoni from the inside.
4. Increase your flow of sexual hormones.
5. Develop stronger orgasms.
6. Heighten the responsiveness of your G-spot.
7. Maintain healthy reproductive organs.
8. Prevent incontinence in later years.
9. Experience pleasant aliveness in your feminine center.
You already can tell that training your yoni muscle with the aid of the Yoni Egg creates a whole new octave of groundedness in your feminine being, of expanded sensual experience, and ultimately expanded orgasmic capacity with sensations that are deliciously pleasurable.
The Yoni Egg is made from polished gemstonse. You insert the egg covered with some natural lube to make the passage smooth (Optional). Once the egg is inside your yoni, it’s being held in by the vaginal sphincter muscle. The egg cannot disappear in your womb—the tiny opening of the cervix won’t allow for that. So you can rest assured that the Yoni Egg stays well enveloped in your yoni space. You can leave it inserted for an hour or a whole day—as I do at times—depending on your comfort. Keep squeezing and releasing every so often. When you want to take the egg out, just press with your pelvic floor muscle like you do during a bowel movement. It’ll flop out. Catch it in your hand.