Does London Tantric massage pique your interest? Maybe you heard that musician Sting uses it to have sex sessions longer than your workday. Any serious practitioner will tell you that it’s a far broader experience. (And Sting himself told the Guardian in 2003 that “it’s a journey…[not] fucking for eight hours.”)
But if you are in it for the sex benefits, take this advice from Barbara Carrellas, author of Urban Tantra: Sacred Sex for the Twenty-First Century and Luxurious Loving: Tantric Inspirations for Passion and Pleasure. And don’t just walk up to any teacher at a workshop or gathering and ask for some mind-blowing sex: “Not all private sessions include erotic or tantric massage,” she says.
* Breathe: “The more you breathe, the more you feel. When we are young and just learning to be sexual, we learn to orgasm one unfortunate way. It’s called ‘Be quiet, be quick.’ We hold our breath during sex and don’t feel all it can be.”
* Slow down: “Release orgasms as a goal. The magic is to be found in the conscious journey of sex, not by racing to a goal.”
* Make noises: “It amps up sexual energy and helps it travel all the way from your genitals to the top of your head.”—Allison Williams
Two tantric massages for men & women.
Tantric massage for Men: Dr. Josef Kramer developed the “Taoist massage” in 70s and created a new form of spiritual sensual practice which is based on tantra taoistsim roots and includes primarily breath and body to body massage work. An important part was the so – called Lingam Massage, a very special male genitals massage.
Tantric massage for Women: The Tantra Massage is a Neo-Tantra creation, theoretical roots are going back to Wilhelm Rech, Carl Gustav Jung, Carl Rogers and Alexander Lowen. Also Mantak Chia and Joseph Kramer, taoist and sexologists, and last not least Annie Sprinkle contributed the female part to that ritual, the Yoni Massage.