Tantric - Yoni Massage for women
Take your first step towards peace, love and passion...
We live in a stressful world and it seems to be only getting more and more stressful. As a result, we are all looking for ways to help calm things down and make ourselves feel better as a result. There are many ways to do this, from simply relaxing on the couch or spending time with someone we love.
However, there is a new way that is coming along in the West that is changing how people relax and it comes in the form of an Tantric/Tantra massage. This ivolves intimate massage and breathing techniques, and is helping more and more poeple discover the art of sensual massage and bring balance in their lives.
Tantric massage is something that more and more people are discovering as a way to not only relax, but to find the joys and highs of being intimate with someone they trust. In the Tantric Texts, it is specified that sex has three distinct and separate purposes; procreation, pleasure and liberation. Those who want to seek liberation must forget the orgasm for a higher form of ecstasy.
Many sexual rituals are recommended and they involve elaborate and meticulous preparations. This is because the act of Tantra involves balancing energies within the pranic ida and pingala channels of the body. During the act of tantra, the sushumna nadi is awakened and the kundalini rises within it. When this happens, everything culminates in Samadhi where the individuals are completely dissolved in the unity of cosmic consciousness.
What can Tantric / Tantra massage do for me?
Through erotic massage, stress can decrease greatly and feelings of well-being and pleasure will overwhelm the body. As many doctors will tell you, this is a great way to help heal the body as the human body heals much better when it is happy, rather than depressed, stressed or sad.
Tantric masseurs understand sexual energy; they awaken the whole body increasing well-being, bringing inner peace, improving relationships, and raising self-confidence. They connect with our sexual energy level; allowing us to experience the joy of creativity of each moment of pleasure, and helping to combine our emotions of love with our sexual needs.
Tantric masseurs use their sexual energy with awareness, love and respect, for themselves and their partner.
Please be aware that your first massage needs to be an hour and half, by the time we sit and talk and then have your shower, and of course have your massage an hour and half just disappears quickly.
If You're Interested - Some Interesting Facts About The Ida, Pingala and Sushumna:
The Ida and Pingala nadis are often seen as referring to the two hemispheres of the brain. Pingala is the extroverted, solar nadi, and corresponds to left hemisphere. Ida is the introverted, lunar nadi, and refers to the right hemisphere of the brain. Ida nadi controls all the mental processes while Pingala nadi controls all the vital processes.
- Ida is associated with lunar energy. The word ida means comfort in Sanskrit. Idā has a moonlike nature and feminine energy with a cooling effect. It courses from the left testicle to the left nostril and corresponds to the Ganges River.
- Pingala is associated with solar energy. The word pingala means orange or tawny in Sanskrit. Pingala has a sunlike nature and masculine energy. Its temperature is heating and courses from the right testicle to the right nostril. It corresponds to the river Yamuna.
- Sushumna spreads throughout the cerebrospinal axis, and in swara yoga is associated with both nostrils being open and free to the passage of air. The lunar channel Ida is pale in colour and located on the left side. It is associated with feminine attributes, the moon and an open left nostril. The solar channel Pingala is red in colour and located on the right side. It is associated with masculine attributes, the light of the sun, and an open right nostril. Sushumna connects the root chakra to the crown chakra. It is important in Yoga and Tantra. In Raja Yoga or Yoga of Patanjali, when the mind is quietened through theYamas, Niyamas,Asana and Pranayama, the important state of Pratyahara begins. A person entering this state never complains of Dispersion of Mind. This is characterised by observing the movements/jerks in sushumna in the subtle body.