I actually sort of love hearing that. I usually hear it when I am helping with conscious deep breathing. Most people go well I just breathe. And you likely breathe the wrong way. With short shallow breaths that produce tension and pain in your upper back and between your shoulder blades. That is not neck pain or back pain that is tension, pure and simple tension. That is actually increased by short shallow breaths. I used to have it every day. Every single day and I just expected it. From age 21 to about 44. It was a pain I lived with daily. When I began writing, it of course worsened. One reason was stress and the other was the fact I sat and typed for long periods of time and our bodies are not designed to sit. Then in my mid forties I began to do yoga and I struggled with what Rodney Yee described as conscious breathing. I still struggle with my breath exercises. Because I am not doing what I feel is natural, which really mean easiest. Learning to control the breath is one of the most difficult parts of my practice. It is hard. It doesn’t feel natural. I still struggle with it. However, I do understand the value of learning how to breathe. And to be honest once I began using conscious breathing, my neck pain stopped and I haven’t had it for 15 years. On top of that I had broken my neck at 20 and the doctors assured me I would have arthritis in my neck, which I have not had.
Now I am going to get sexual. When most people achieve orgasm they tend to hold their breath and tighten up the muscles in their legs and buttocks often leading to the cramp in the ball of the feet. We have all been there and it feels natural.
However, when the breath is cut off and the flow energy is stop by the clenching of muscles the orgasms is actually confined and shortened. By using deep breathing methods and the ocean breath to relax the body the orgasm has a chance to expand and flow outward. I would compare it to waves of pleasure sweeping through the body. And no it doesn’t feel natural at first, but with practice it is like tide bringing in ever increasing pleasure.