“I had the most intense weekend of my life.” At first, I was a bit afraid of what the experience would be like, because I had no prior contact with Tantra, nor much certainty of what would happen in the course. By the strength of what I felt in receiving the massages, by the experience of total surrender (both of the doer and of the receiver), of the lightness of the moment, of the possibility to meet beautiful people (and to realize over time how much more beautiful they are), for the beauty of sharing the experience with the group, for the feeling of love and welcome. I am sure that I am a different person, a better person: more light, safer, more beautiful, more willing to surrender. ”
C. A. – journalist, 33 yearsIf you still have questions about the tantric massage course, get inspired by this beautiful testimonial and come! We are waiting for you with open arms to give you all structure, support, respect for this transforming adventure!
What will you learn:
Stage 1: Sensitive Massage
Take focus from genitals; the body is the source of pleasure
In the first phase of the Tantric Massage we discover that our whole body is orgasmic, capable of generating intense waves of pleasure. The Sensitive Massage provides the awakening of bioelectricity, chaining diverse muscle groups in the reflex-neurological reaction of pleasure and orgasm.
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Stage 2: Total Ecstasy Massage
Associate the pleasure of the genitals with the rest of the bodyAfter discovering and developing the orgasmic potential of the whole body, these waves of pleasure are associated with the orgastic capacity of the genitals. In this way, the person’s sexuality is transformed, finding new references, creating new synapses in relation to pleasure.
Stage 3: Yoni & Lingam Massage
Neuro-muscular development of the genitals
Having established the connection of the genitals to the rest of the body, we began to develop the ability of the genitals to produce and sustain bioenergy. We then do intense muscle toning work in this region, promoting the experience of multiple orgasms under a new proprioceptive perspective. Yoni Massage / Lingam Massage
Stage 4: G-Spot & P-Spot Massage
Hyper-orgasm and Supra-consciousness
In the last phase of the method the body of the interactor is in the ideal conditions to reach higher states of perception. The stimuli made find the biological support necessary for the manifestation of Hyper-Orgasm, providing a condition of transcendence and expansion of consciousness.
In all phases:
Active Meditations – Movement, Sound and Breathing
In each session the therapist can intuitively feel the need to conduct some body technique out of infinite variations linked to Tantra, guiding the energy to open the channels of sensory perception, also relieving anxieties and mental concerns.
It is important to say that the experience experienced in this course goes beyond all theoretical and practical content. You will come into contact with a new reference in dealing with human sexuality, naturally and spontaneously, without judgments. Going through this experience is a great learning that modifies many paradigms, making life lighter and more joyful.
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