We all know how beneficial Kegel exercises are — they strengthen the muscles responsible for everything from preventing embarrassing leaks to achieving better orgasms. But just because they're good for us doesn't mean we actually do them. (Story of our lives.) For one, it's hard to remember to do them regularly. And even though they're not physically challenging, that doesn't mean they're fun... Until now, that is.
Instead of awkwardly doing Kegels at your desk (and avoiding eye contact for fear someone will figure out what you're doing) or in the bathroom, you can strengthen your pelvic floor in a much more memorable, enjoyable (and socially acceptable) way: by practicing yoga. Sharon Aluma, creator of Organic Vinyasa Yoga, has three moves to get you started.