Frequently Asked Questions

Yoni Massage: The Path to a Superior Ecstatic Experience

The Yoni massage – or vulva massage – is an ancient tantric practice that celebrates the sacredness of the female body and promotes the connection between body, mind, and spirit.

Unlike many colleagues who, during the tantric massage, focus almost exclusively on genital stimulation, for me this practice should involve a touch that caresses the entire body for most of the time and, only when the receiver’s state of consciousness has been properly prepared, the focus can shift to the intimate area.

If the massage did not involve full physical involvement and an initial relaxation phase, it would be difficult to transmute earthly energies into something more. The experience would be enjoyable, but it would be nothing more than masturbation.

It is necessary to remember that the ultimate purpose of tantra is not to bring the woman to orgasm or to stimulate physical pleasure, but to create the conditions for the energy of the first chakras to be channeled upwards, creating a transformative experience.

The basic massage and breathing techniques help the recipient to deeply relax, releasing physical tensions, before the sensual climax begins. In this first phase, it is important to dampen any expectation of genital contact and cultivate an atmosphere of trust and closeness, facilitating the energetic connection between the recipient and the masseur.

Preparing the body in this way will allow for an intense feeling of pleasure and emotional release during the next phase and, even more so, to cultivate a journey that will develop through multiple sessions.

Only when the practitioner has stabilized their own energetic quality, transferred by resonance to the massage recipient, will intimate contact have reason to begin. (Unfortunately, I know from experience that most tantra masseurs have no awareness of their own state of consciousness and the impact this has on the people they massage).

During the second phase, that of the intimate massage, I encourage the person to freely communicate their sensations, desires, and limits. This open dialogue allows for a personalized and authentic experience, respecting individual needs and preferences. In the best case, communication is transmitted strongly and clearly through the body’s natural reactions (muscle contractions, breathing rhythm, energy channel flow), and words become entirely superfluous. In other situations, the dialogue serves the person themselves in becoming aware of what is important to them and what they truly want.

When the tantric massage is skillfully performed and a reasonable harmony has been achieved between the participants, the experience goes far beyond physical pleasure, allowing the woman to connect with her vital energy and experience a sense of unity with herself and the universe. This deep energetic connection can lead to greater self-awareness, the expansion of one’s sexuality, and the healing of traumas and emotional blocks…as well as an extraordinarily intense orgasm, which some describe as a full-body orgasm.

Tantra Yoga and Modern Yoga

The yogic-tantric tradition is a complex system of philosophy and spiritual practice originating in India, which has had an important influence on the culture and religion of that country. This tradition dates back thousands of years and has developed over the centuries to take the form we know today.

The yogic-tantric tradition includes many practices, including meditation, asana (body positions), pranayama (breath control), mantra (sacred sounds), visualization, and rituals. However, what sets the yogic-tantric tradition apart from other yogic traditions is its emphasis on the use of sexual energy as a means to achieve spiritual enlightenment.

In the yogic-tantric tradition, sexual energy is considered one of the most powerful forms of energy, and is used to awaken the kundalini energy, a dormant form of spiritual energy located at the base of the spine. When the kundalini energy is awakened, it is believed to lead to the realization of unity with the divine.

In the West, yoga is often seen as a form of physical exercise that helps improve body health and flexibility, and as a way to reduce stress and increase self-awareness. However, this view of yoga is very different from the original yogic-tantric practice, which was primarily aimed at achieving spiritual liberation.

In the West, the view of yoga as a form of physical exercise has led to the birth of many modern forms of yoga, such as vinyasa yoga, bikram yoga, and ashtanga yoga. However, these forms of yoga mainly focus on body positions and breathing, and do not necessarily include the spiritual and ritual practices of the yogic-tantric tradition.

In any case, whether choosing to practice the yogic-tantric tradition or a modern form of yoga, it is important to remember that yoga is a personal practice that requires time, dedication, and patience to achieve desired results. It is also always advisable to find an experienced and qualified teacher who can guide the practitioner along the spiritual path.

The Philosophy of Tantra, Beyond Massage

The philosophy of Tantra is one of the oldest and most complex currents of Eastern thought, which has aroused a lot of curiosity and interest in the Western world. Often associated with tantric massage, Tantra is actually much more than a physical and sensory practice.

Tantra is based on a holistic view of the human being, in which the body, mind, and spirit are interconnected and interdependent. Its philosophy focuses on the idea that divinity is present in every human being and that, through the practice of Tantra, it is possible to achieve enlightenment and the realization of one’s divine potential.

In this sense, Tantra is a path of liberation, which teaches how to free oneself from the limits of the mind and body and discover the true nature of being. According to this philosophy, the human being is not just a physical body, but also a combination of energy and awareness that goes beyond the material dimension.

In the practice of Tantra, the body is seen as a vehicle for the transformation and evolution of the being. Through meditation, breathing, and physical practices, one works to release tensions, repressed emotions, and energetic blocks, to access greater vitality and awareness.

Tantric massage, often associated with Tantra, is only a small part of this philosophy. Tantric massage is a practice that uses physical contact to stimulate erogenous zones of the body and increase sexual energy. But, in the context of Tantra, massage is only a tool to reach a higher state of consciousness and should not be confused with a sexual practice.

Tantra is a practice that requires time, dedication, and awareness. It is not an easy path, but it can be very rewarding for those who are seeking greater self-awareness and awareness of the world around them.

In conclusion, the philosophy of Tantra is much more than a physical or sexual practice. It is a path of liberation that teaches how to discover one’s true nature and connect with the divinity that is present in every human being. Tantra requires time, dedication, and awareness, but it can lead to greater vitality and self-awareness of oneself and the world around us.

Sex in Tantra

To better understand tantric massage, one should approach the vision of human evolution from the perspective of Tantra. If you know the chakras, you already know that human energy (or consciousness) manifests in different qualities and that everything originates from the sexual energy. The refinement of sexual energy allows the individual to realize themselves on every level, including the spiritual one, and in this way become a complete and integrated being.

To truly feel in harmony with the universe around us, we can choose one of two paths: that of Christianity, which limits the expression of sensuality through guilt, in an attempt to sublimate it, or that of Tantra, which uses pleasure and sex in service of evolution. Choosing the path of Tantra means considering sensuality as worthy and pure as any other aspect of our existence.

In both cases, however, the primal energy must be channeled upwards, otherwise, there is a risk of going insane or living in deviancy. This does not mean living sex in complete freedom. To elevate desire, Tantra suggests not indulging in:

  • Laziness, which is a lack of vitality;
  • Cruelty, which is the desire to cause suffering to others;
  • Possession, which is the sensation of feeling another person as one’s own;
  • Degeneration of desire (incest, rape, imprisonment…);
  • Full satisfaction, which is the state that interrupts the search for pleasure;
  • Spasmodic search for pleasure, which is the continuous need to obtain sexual pleasure;
  • “Socially virtuous” attitudes, such as marital fidelity and monogamy.

For Tantra practitioners, touch is the prince of the senses, and for this reason, massage represents a balanced way to develop the relationship, stimulate sexual energy, and channel it – through conscious practices such as breathing – for personal evolution.Regenerate response

Tantra Yoga: The Meeting of Heaven and Earth

Thanks to the sense of guilt instilled by the Christian-Catholic culture, we are used to thinking of sex and spirituality as two elements at opposite ends.

Yet, think about it: it is through sex that man and woman create life, come together in love, and can experience ecstatic experiences. Doesn’t it seem incredible to you? What is closer to spirituality? What is more powerful within us? Precisely because of the power it releases, sexuality has long been condemned and associated with impurity.

In the Yogic-Tantric tradition, which has its roots in ancient ascetic practices of millennia and developed in the centuries of the Middle Ages, spirit and matter are two sides of the same coin, different frequencies of the same spectrum of energy. From the elevation of sexual energy, emotions, personality, higher feelings, creativity, and everything that makes us human is generated, as described in the classic Chakra model. Heaven and earth meet in us, although many Yoga practitioners ignore (or prefer not to consider) this reality.

Tantric massage, often confused with a practice aimed solely at physical pleasure, is an evolutionary tool available to the human being who desires to be deeply rooted in the earth, but stretched towards heaven and spirit. It is not easy to grasp this essence at the first experience, but over time it can offer you awareness of the body, the release of ancient emotional knots, the rediscovery of a healthy personal power, and greater connection with the spiritual reality of which we are a part.

Does this mean that physical pleasure is not important? On the contrary! It is the first step on a path towards healing and meeting the soul. The important thing is not to stop at that first step.”

What is Tantric Massage and What Does it Feel Like?

You can call it erotic massage, naturist massage, sensual massage, or holistic integral massage, but none of these names accurately describes it.

The authentic tantric massage is an experience that, depending on your sensitivity and state of consciousness, can be lived in different ways.

It can be experienced as a physical and relaxing massage that treats every part of the body (including the intimate parts) and that allows you to experience intense and repeated orgasmic pleasure.

It can easily become an intimate moment with yourself, which contributes to the acceptance of the body, the deep listening of kinesthetic sensations, and which culminates in the liberation of sexual energy.

Over time and with practice, it can greatly amplify and become an ecstatic experience that unites body, mind, and heart, and that, through the elevation of sexual energy, brings you to a sense of universal connection.

Whichever way you experience it, the practice is not a form of therapy (although it can have therapeutic effects) and requires maximum respect for your time and listening to your needs. The practitioner who performs it remains fully clothed.