tantra and sexual freedom

The difference between Tantra Therapy and Sexual Freedom

Tantra therapy does not mean sexual freedom, but they do has something in common. Sexual freedom is extremely important and it involves freedom of choice and freedom from oppression, shame, guilt and judgments for all persons engaging in their sexual expression. If their expression impedes or imposes in any way on another person then this cannot be sexual freedom. This I feel is an important dictum as very often-sexual freedom is taken as freedom of sexual expression in all its shapes and colors without thought of anyone else. Perhaps this is non conscious sexual freedom expression but can be traumatizing for people to experience and re-traumatizing and very representative of an original sexual wound perhaps as a result of sexual oppression which gives rise to the desire for sexual freedom in the first place.

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Tantra and the COVID 19 Pandemic

What does tantra have to do with the current viral pandemic? What for that matter is tantra? These talks will attempt to reflect on what tantra might contribute to our thinking about the COVID 19 pandemic, to our response to it. Read more

A couple is practicing tantra sex

Guide to Tantric Sex

My first pop-culture encounter with tantric sex was—like so many other “edgy” sexual practices, from threesomes to fetishes—during a “SATC” episode. The women attend a tantric sex workshop in which a white-haired woman massages her elderly, blissed-out husband, who, after some buildup, ejaculates into the air and … onto Miranda. Educational? Sure. An accurate depiction of tantra? Not so much, according to my sources.

This is tantra

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A Tantric Masseuse on Sexual Healing

“Having positive sexual energy in your life is really good for you and everyone around you,” says Rachel. She’s the woman my friends keep calling their “sexual doula,” and I’m here at her West Village apartment slash work space to find out exactly what that means.

Rachel, a West Coast transplant with a degree in psychology, is a tantric masseuse. Her job, in her own words, “is to help people reach their full capacity for pleasure.” It’s sex work, but with a healing twist. Her clients come to her with a range of goals, from exploring their sensuality to overcoming the trauma of sexual assault. Read more

tantric massage in process

Set your mind at ease!

As a follow-up to last week’s blog on why tantra is such a great choice for those of you who are looking to enjoy an erotic massage for the first time, we’ve decided to write another article dedicated to dispelling your concerns regarding nowadays tantric massage services in the world. In this week’s blog, we’d like to answer some of our frequently asked questions to help those of you who are new to sensual massage.

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The Importance of Touch

In our so-called permissive society, in which most of our senses are so richly catered for, it is amazing that the sense of touch is ignored. This has sadly come about because, over the centuries, touching others has come to be seen as having a sexual connotation.

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Common questions about Massage for women

We’ve received alot of emails ask about questions about ‘massage for women’, it seems that it is a misunderstanding that Men could and should have massage but women seems not suppose to get a massage (especial sensual / tantric massage)…it is wrong! Men and women are equal, everybody deserve to enjoy a nice massage. Below is a common questions & answer about Massage for women by Akane.

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Various Aspects of Tantra

by His Holiness Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche

Translated by Gavin Kilty. Prepared by Michael Lewis.

Printed in From Tushita, edited and published by Michael Hellbach, Tushita Editions, 1977.

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Tantra in the East – origins and today

I came across a “Tantra in India” page online today …. This is more to do with the Tibetan and Hindu spirtual Tantric Paths to enlightenment but I put this page up to give those interested a deeper insight. I see Tantra as a blissful connect of myself with the universe and the world around me. It’s an opportunity to take some time to relax from modern stresses of daily life and be at peace with myself and the world. I found some of the text here amusing as one Tantric path claims to be better than another…perhaps a sign of human egotism that has no place in Tantra at all.

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Sexual continence and Tantric Massage

Why does everyone want to have orgasms?

Because it is very nice? Of course! … But why do we feel exhausted at the end? Because no matter how happy we are during the common act of intercourse with ejaculation, we all become sad and exhausted afterwards


What if instead of living this orgasmic happiness for 1 min
ute we could extend it to 30 minutes or several hours?

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