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How to Select a Yoni Egg

Yoni eggs come in a spectrum of sizes, and it is important to choose one that you feel most comfortable with. Typically, large eggs run in the range of about 50mmx40mm, medium yoni eggs measure around 40mmx30mm, and small eggs are about 30mmx20mm. I recommend looking at several crystals to see which one calls to you the most. 

When choosing your first yoni egg you want to start with a large or medium size. This will help you to be able to feel the egg and learn how to work with your different muscle groups. Larger sizes are also easier to retain until you have had more practice. As you advance in your practice, you may want to move down in size. However, it is good to continue to work with various sizes and weights as they are each beneficial. Larger sizes are good for building muscle strength, and smaller sizes are good for gaining dexterity. If you are new to strengthening your pelvic floor muscles I would recommend starting with a large size, however, if you regularly practice vaginal exercises, such as Kegels,  you may be comfortable starting with a medium.

Yoni eggs can be drilled or undrilled, and this is a personal preference. Some women are more comfortable knowing that there is a string attached to the egg so that they can easily retrieve it. However, it is best not to use a string for removal. Rather, you want to learn to trust your body and use your muscles to move the egg up and down and to remove it. Another common fear is that your yoni egg will get stuck, and this can also be a reason why women choose a drilled egg. However, your yoni egg cannot get stuck. It may take a while for you to remove it on your own, this is normal. Just relax your body and trust in your process, it will come out! An easy way to remove the egg is to squat and push your muscles downward; you can also use your finger to help guide it out. Also, keep in mind that a good sneeze or laugh can push it right on out as well! 

the yoni egg is much more than a tool, it is An instrument that you learn to work with over time. Eventually, you will become more and more comfortable in this relationship and start to develop and deepen your practice.

If used properly, drilled eggs can add more dimension to your practice. You can use the string to add resistance by tugging on it slightly while engaging your vaginal muscles or by adding a small weight. Some women like to practice the art of vaginal weightlifting, however, I do not recommend this practice.

I am here to offer you one-on-one support at any time throughout your journey. Please feel free to email me with any questions or comments, I am always happy to serve you in any way I can.


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