Great for… Both of you
How does it work? Forget about the bedroom, this position can be done almost anywhere. And if you need more support you can do it on a desk or other solid surface.The man needs to lean back on a wall facing the woman, holding her. The woman straddles the man and can use one leg hooked around his legs or hips for balance. Both of you rock together rather than just the man thrusting.
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Joined Ballet Arizona: 2015
Training: Fort Wayne Ballet
Other Companies: Kansas City Ballet
Chelsea Teel, a native of Fort Wayne, Indiana, received her training from the Fort Wayne Ballet. She joined the Kansas City Ballet in 2001, and spent 7 seasons performing principal roles in ballets that included Balanchine’s Pas De Dix, Mozartiana, and Concerto Barocco, Nacho Duato’s Jardi Tancat, Bruce Marks’ Lark Ascending, Jose Limon’s The Moor’s Pavane, and several ballets by Twyla Tharp, Todd Bolender, & William Whitener. After performing the title role in Ib Andersen’s Romeo & Juliet for KCB’s 50th anniversary, Chelsea joined Ballet Arizona in 2008. In the following seasons, she performed principal roles in Balanchine’s Stravinsky Violin Concerto, Divertimento No. 15, and The Four Temperaments, Jerome Robbins’ In The Night, and Ib Andersen’s The Nutcracker and Diversions. Following the 2009-2010 season, Chelsea embarked on a second career as an aerialist, performing with several small companies before joining the national tour of Cavalia’s Odysseo as a featured aerial performer. She performed in over 500 shows in 11 North American cities and also appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno during her run with the show. Chelsea has also enjoyed teaching ballet throughout her career, working with schools across the country including Fort Wayne Ballet, Mid-Atlantic Ballet, The Rock School for Dance Education, and the School of Ballet Arizona.
The turn-ons: He gets great access to your boobs, you’ll both feel really close and you can control how deep he goes and how much clitoral stimulation you get. Plus, this is a great position for a quickie.
The turn-offs: He needs to keep steady and have something strong to lean against or hold on to. If you’re very different heights one of you may need something to stand on or hold on to.