Tantric Treatments Massage Tantra can be very erotic using erotic massage techniques to encompass all aspects of our being from the physical to the emotional, working in line with the wheels of energy in the body or chakras, using breathing, meditation , visulization and the power of the mind that blows of the touch of transformation, while maintaining its sexual energy.
Tantra therapy, changes the way we view sexuality to experience sexuality in a deeper and more sacred way, in a way that is difficult to explain with words, something that can only be felt.
Changes the way we view sexuality to experience sexuality in a deeper and more sacred way, in a way that is difficult to explain with words, something that can only be felt.
TantricTherapists often use the Tantric Massage forms to engage and teach techniques that improve people's lives, help them to have deeper and more loved relationships.
Teaches people to explore and enjoy with their whole bodies as creative tools creating inner happiness, releasing stress, mentally balancing, emotionally balancing and generating healthy amounts of "happy" endorphins.
Tantra is a spiritual philosophy, a way of life. Tantra intertwines the spiritual and the sexual.
Honor and celebrate the divine magic that creates life in an energetic way. Using tantric massage you can incorporate mystical practices to bring masculine and feminine energy into dynamic balance.
Using forms of erotic massage is a practice that benefits the body and mind in many ways, releasing erotic energy often without exploiting each of us keep within us, enriching our creativity.
Through the art of tantra massage or sensual massage we can raise our sexual energy, when we do this, it stimulates the brain to release pleasure endorphins or "happiness hormones", which allows us to enter states of happiness and pleasure, which It improves our lives, our relationships and our whole mental world and physical well-being.
Tantra can be very erotic using erotic massage techniques to encompass all aspects of our being from the physical to the emotional, working in line with the wheels of energy in the body or chakras, using breathing, meditation , visualization and the power of the mind that blows the touch of transformation, while maintaining its sexual energy.
What is a Tantra?
One of the main purposes of Tantra (and Tantric Massage) is to awaken the Kundalini. The Kundalini is a very powerful, intense and healing form of energy that (for most people) is latent at the base of the spine (the sacrum).
To fully awaken this powerful energy can take years of devotional practice in the various disciplines of the Tantric Arts.
Once awake, the Kundalini will rise from its resting place in the sacrum and ascend the spine, energize and heal, eventually circulating throughout the body.
The Kundalini is known to infuse a tremendous amount of energy into a person, and has an incredible ability to heal almost any disease, whether physical, emotional or spiritual.
The reason that tantric arts are gaining popularity as in our culture is recently due to one of the most pleasurable part affects. When the Kundalini awakens, or extruded, it also awakens the sexual energy in the body. Kundalini is different and distinct from sexual energy, but the two are connected and intertwined.
Just as the Kundalini is awakened and brought out of hibernation, so is the sexual energy in the body. Together with the Kundalini, which is channeled and distributed throughout the body. Needless to say, this can be very pleasant, but it is important to keep in mind that this is only a side effect, secondary to the healing energy of the Kundalini.
Tantra, like Buddhism or other traditions, is a spiritual path to awakening. The only difference is that Tantra clearly integrates sexuality as a means to achieve that awakening.
In Tantric cosmology, the entire universe is perceived as a created being, penetrated and sustained by two fundamental forces, which are permanently in a perfect and indestructible union. These universal forces or aspects are called Shiva and Shakti.
Tradition has been associated with these principles a form, respectively, that of a male and female deity. Consequently, Shiva represents the constituent elements of the universe, while Shakti is the dynamic power, which makes these elements come alive and act.
From the metaphysical point of view, the divine couple Shiva-Shakti corresponds to two essential aspects of the One: the masculine principle, which represents the permanent aspect of God, and the feminine principle, which represents its energy, the force acting in the manifested world, life itself considered on a cosmic level.