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Ayurvedic Love Language For Healthy Relationship

Ayurvedic Love Language For Healthy Relationship

Love is a universal language that surpasses cultural boundaries and has been explored and expressed in countless ways throughout history. In Ayurveda, the concept of love is not only about romantic feelings but also about fostering a deep, meaningful connection with your partner. 

In this blog, we will delve into the Ayurvedic approach to love and relationships, exploring practices that can enhance the well-being of both partners. Are you ready to discover the secrets of Ayurvedic love language that can bring harmony and vitality to your relationship?

Let's get started!

Cook Healthy Meals To Keep Your Partner Happy

Ayurveda places a strong emphasis on the connection between food and emotions. There are certain foods can stimulate the release of oxytocin, the "love hormone," promoting feelings of warmth and connection. 

Incorporating ingredients like saffron, almonds, etc into your meals can help enhance these emotions. Imagine creating a romantic dinner with dishes rich in these oxytocin-releasing components—setting the stage for a delightful, love-filled evening. 

Check Out This Recipe
Quinoa Salad with Roasted Vegetables and Turmeric Dressing.
  • Cook quinoa using water or vegetable broth.
  • Preheat the oven up to 400°F (200°C).
  • Toss cherry tomatoes, zucchini, and red bell pepper with ashwagandha ghee, turmeric, salt, and pepper. Roast in the oven for 20-25 minutes or until vegetables are tender.
  • Mix the roasted vegetables with cooked quinoa.
  • Garnish it with fresh parsley and drizzle it with lemon juice, and your salad is ready to satisfy your partner's taste buds.

Yoga And Other Movements With Your Partner

Physical activity is not only beneficial for your health but can also strengthen the bond between partners. Ayurveda encourages the practice of yoga and other joint movements to enhance physical and emotional well-being. Partner yoga sessions or even a simple walk together can help synchronize your energies, fostering a sense of togetherness and unity.

Here are some poses that you can do:

Double Downward Dog Pose (Adho Mukha Svanasana):


  • Deepens the stretch in the shoulders and hamstrings.
  • Enhances communication and trust between partners.


  • Start in a downward dog position facing each other.
  • Then, walk your hands forward and press your hips upward, forming an inverted V-shape.
  • Your partner mirrors the position, and you can gently press against each other's hands for added support.

Partner Seated Forward Bend (Paschimottanasana)


  • Stretches the spine, hamstrings, and shoulders.
  • Fosters a sense of intimacy and shared relaxation.


  • Sit like you are facing your partner with your legs extended.
  • After this, reach for each other's hands or wrists and gently fold forward, keeping your backs straight.
  • Then, maintain a gentle stretch, communicating with your partner to find a comfortable depth.

Back-to-Back Chair Pose (Utkatasana)


  • Strengthens the legs, core, and lower back.
  • Promotes balance and stability while fostering a sense of unity.


  • Stand back-to-back with your partner, maintaining a slight bend in your knees.
  • Inhale as you both raise your arms overhead, forming a "chair" position.
  • You can lean back against each other, finding support and balance in the pose.

Double Tree Pose (Vrksasana):


  • Improves balance and concentration.
  • Enhances communication and teamwork.


  • Stand facing each other, with one foot grounded and the other foot pressed against the inner thigh of your partner's leg.
  • Then, reach for each other's hands and find a focal point to help maintain balance.
  • Keep encouraging each other to find stability and embrace the shared energy.

Partner Boat Pose (Navasana):


  • Strengthens the core muscles.
  • Encourages bonds between partners.


  • Sit the way you face each other with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor.
  • Then, hold your hands and lift your feet off the ground, balancing on your sit bones.
  • Find stability together and, if comfortable, straighten your legs, forming a "V" shape with your bodies.

Tips For Partner Yoga:

  • Communicate with your partner to make sure you both are comfortable and safe.
  • Focus on breath synchronization to deepen the connection.
  • Be mindful of each other's limitations and adjust poses accordingly.
  • Encourage and support one another throughout the practice.
  • Always conclude the session with a shared relaxation pose, such as Partner Savasana, lying side.

Herbs To Keep Your Sexual Connection Stronger

Ayurveda offers a treasure trove of herbs known for their aphrodisiac and potency-promoting properties. Herbs like Ashwagandha, Shatavari, and Safed Musli are renowned for enhancing sexual vitality. Incorporating these herbs into your diet or seeking guidance from an Ayurvedic practitioner can contribute to a healthier and more fulfilling sexual connection with your partner.

Here are some herbs you can incorporate

Shilajit (Asphaltum punjabianum)

Shilajit is a traditional Ayurvedic herb and is believed to offer numerous health benefits. It can be taken in capsules, tablets, powder, or paste.


  • Enhance sexual vitality, improve stamina, and support reproductive health.
  • Contribute to increased energy levels.

Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera)

Ashwagandha, or Indian Winter Cherry, is a small shrub native. The ashwagandha plant roots are primarily used in traditional medicine for their potential health benefits.


  • An adaptogenic herb known to reduce stress and anxiety.
  • May enhance sexual desire and improve overall reproductive health.

Safed Musli (Chlorophytum borivilianum)

Safed Musli is an Ayurvedic herb found primarily in India's arid and rocky regions. Safed Musli's tuberous roots are used in traditional medicine, contributing to its status as a prized herb in Ayurveda.


  • Enhance sexual health, energy, and vitality.
  • May help regulate hormonal balance.

Shatavari (Asparagus Racemosus)

Shatavari is named as the "Queen of Herbs." It is native to the Indian subcontinent and is characterized by its climbing, woody stems, and fragrant flowers. You can have it in powder, capsule, or tablet form.


  • Supports proper functioning of the female reproductive system.
  • Helpful during PMS, menstruation, and menopause.

Gokshura (Tribulus terrestris)

It is an Ayurvedic herb widely recognized for its potential benefits in promoting sexual health and vitality. Gokshura supplements, powders, or teas are commonly used for consumption.


  • Gokshura enhances libido with its aphrodisiac properties.
  • May positively impact sperm production and quality.
  • May help to balance hormones and alleviate stress, which can positively influence sexual well-being.
  • Always consult with a healthcare professional; it is advisable to determine the appropriate dosage and form.

Abhyanga: Nurturing Your Relationship Through Ayurvedic Massage

Abhyanga, the ancient Ayurvedic practice of self-massage with warm oil, can be a profoundly nourishing and connecting experience when shared with your partner. 

Follow these steps to create a blissful Abhyanga experience for you and your loved one.

  • Choose a dosha-appropriate oil like sesame, coconut, almond, or jojoba.
  • After selection, you should gently warm the oil for a soothing touch.
  • Create an atmosphere with dim lights, light candles, and play soft music.
  • Then, lay towels in a warm, comfortable space.
  • Begin with eye contact, setting an intention for the massage.
  • Massage the scalp, neck, shoulders, and arms with mindful strokes.
  • Circle the heart area clockwise, fostering love and connection.
  • Use gentle, clockwise motions on the abdomen for relaxation.
  • Massage limbs and joints, addressing areas of tension.
  • Conclude with a loving massage of feet and toes.

Express Positive Affirmations 

In the Ayurvedic love language, expressing affection verbally is essential. Offer words of appreciation, gratitude, and love regularly. The positive energy generated through spoken affirmations can create a supportive and loving atmosphere, nurturing the emotional connection between you and your partner.


With its holistic approach to well-being, Ayurveda provides a rich tapestry of practices to cultivate a healthy and fulfilling relationship. By incorporating Ayurvedic principles into your love language, you can deepen your connection with your partner and promote overall wellness in your lives. So, are you ready to embark on this Ayurvedic journey of love and harmony? Embrace these practices and watch your relationship flourish with vitality and joy.

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