Yaëla Vonk is a Spanish queen who is known for her remarkable stretching and flexible bending capabilities. Vonk shares that she was only 6-years old when she first joined ballet classes and now bending her body is her passion. She finds it very liberating and loved the attention she gets when people stop and stare at her.
'Instagram's Bendiest Woman' Says Stretching In Public Turns Her On
Yaëla Vonk, dubbed as the 'bendiest woman on Instagram' says bending and showing her flexibility at public places turns her on.
Vonk studied at the prestigious Royal Conservatory of Ballet in The Hague, often leaves people speechless when she shows off her stretching skills.
The Spanish model, 37, finds it thrilling when people give her attention over her saucy stretching and has even stopped traffic in the past.
In fact, her sexy stretching has gained her followers from all over the world – and sees her rake in thousands each month as she shares photos and videos online.
She said: “Every other day I like to go outside and find a spot to stretch in and show off my flexibility for people
“I love to stretch in public, it feels so liberating."
Yaëla added: “Stretching while breathing in fresh air feels wonderful and it is also a big turn-on.
“It’s even more erotic when other people stare while I bend myself into flexible positions.
“I think I am a little bit of an exhibitionist.”
Vonk is an exhibitionist who loves public displays of her stretching and is famous for causing quite a few traffic jams too.
She said: “I like to stretch everywhere I can. In a park, in shops, in supermarkets, on the beach."
She continued: “I’ve done it on pedestrian crossings in front of cars that have had to wait for me to finish in order to pass.
“I love to stretch at famous public spaces around the world.
“The more people around me, the more exciting it is for me – it is like giving a show to random people.
“I normally only get nice comments from people who are watching me.
“Some people do feel awkward if, for example, their partner wants to stay staring but they don’t want to.
“Sometimes I hear them laughing but they still keep watching.
“People always take pictures or videos and even applaud when I’m done stretching in public.”
Vonk began stretching when she was just six years old when she attended her very first ballet class.
She said: “My mum was a dancer as well and she has always been flexible too.
“She can still do the splits now even at 60 years old!
“My hips and legs have always been very flexible but all the ballet training really helped too.
She added: “My flexibility still remains even if I don’t practice sometimes but that is because I trained as a ballet dancer."
“I stretch as often as possible so I do not get stiff muscles.
“I like to do a warm-up to get my muscles nice and relaxed and then I do some strength exercises and stretch for about 30 minutes.