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What to Expect
What to expect during a Basic Bodyworks Experience: Using Swedish and deep tissue techniques I gracefully relax you. Always expect to see me at my best and treat you like royalty. I believe as your Personal Bodywork Artist that my clients deserve no less than a 5-Star performance. My private studio provides for a comfortable and intimate experience as opposed to the municipal public massage parlors. To make your experience exquisite, at your disposal I have luxuries such as personal hygiene products and refreshments.
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**Please allow 30 minutes to an hour for booking your appointment.
Every session starts with a consultation. Here is where I give an explanation as to what is going to transpire during the massage and articulate the meaning of Tantra.
When booking please include 15-30 mins extra to include consultation. During the experience I utilize all the techniques from the therapeutic sessions plus tantric ritual techniques, I sensually put you in a trace of pure ecstasy . I wear a little less in this experience. I use soft touch combined with tantric techniques such as kundalini yoga (performed tabletop) , body worship, and acrobatic yoga(KyritanOnly). Welcome to the BEST massage experience in your life! (Always expect to see me at my best and treat you like royalty. I believe as your Personal Bodywork Artist that my clients deserve no less than a 5-Star performance. My private studio provides for a comfortable and intimate experience as opposed to the municipal public massage parlors. To make your experience exquisite, at your disposal I have luxuries such as personal hygiene products and refreshments.)
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What is Tantra
What is the first idea that comes to mind when you hear the word Tantra?
Most beginners would say sex or some spinoff of sex, such as: sacred sexuality, a spiritual approach to sex, sex for better relationships and deeper intimacy, kinky sex to spice up your sex life, or some erotic, acrobatic positions to achieve sexual fulfillment.
The truth of the matter is: Tantra is none of the above! Which begs the question…what is Tantra, really? This is where the story gets a bit more complicated.
What is Tantra, really?
Tantra is a tradition rich in spiritual technologies, techniques and practices which are clearly defined in a collection of scriptures dating back to 300 and 400 CE. Those numerous and varied texts pertain to any of several esoteric traditions rooted in Hindu and Buddhist philosophy.
According to some sources, the word Tantra is made up by the joining of two Sanskrit words: tanoti (expansion) and rayati (liberation). In this sense, Tantra means the liberation of energy and expansion of the consciousness beyond its gross form. In other words, Tantra is a method to expand the mind and liberate the dormant potential energy, and its principles form the basis of all authentic yogic practices.
Others define Tantra as “web” or “network,” a reference to the universal truth that everything in our reality is interwoven, interconnected, and interdependent with everything and everyone else.
In short – and as a VERY simplified definition – we can define Tantra according to two primary and fundamental principles:
What Tantra is NOT
Tantra is not sex
Before we get to the detailed mysteries of what Tantra is, it’s important to know what it is not. Firstly, Tantra is not sex. While it is true that there are teachings that address sex and sexuality within the breadth of all that is Tantra, these are not, by far, the basis of this expansive and extensive system. In fact, the tantric sex teachings represent only 5%-10% of the tantric knowledge.
Tantra is not defined by sexuality alone – there are many other branches that make up this vast and expansive “tree.”
Visualize the global system of Tantra as a mature and ancient tree with many branches. Tantric sex is one single branch of the whole tree of Tantra – one branch that contributes its individual parts to make a tree whole, complete, and robust.
Tantra is not a religion
Tantra is also not a religion. It is a non-denominational spiritual system that can be practiced by anyone, given the right attitude and dedication.
Religions are exoteric by nature, meaning that they encompass the outer ring or circle of adherents or participants, while Tantra is esoteric – it addresses the inner circle. In short, religions are designed for the masses and Tantra was designed for the select few.
The tantric writings, teachings, and practices are purposely obscure so that only initiates – those who had demonstrated that they reached certain levels of spiritual achievement – could understand them. Traditionally the true tantric teachings, at least those that were authentic, were closely guarded and only transmitted orally from master to disciple after long periods of preparation, practice, and purification. Luckily, these spiritual gems are more widely accessible to modern spiritual seekers then in ancient times.
Dogma and creed have no foothold in the tantric tradition. Tantra instead is a “self-science”, a practical study of the self. In other words, the teachings and techniques are transmitted to the practitioner by the master, but ultimately it is up to that individual to do his or her own spiritual practice in order to realize the fruits personally and harvest the results of the techniques provided.
Where does Tantra come from?
Great debate surrounds the origins, history, and practice of the complex and at times controversial body of knowledge known as Tantra.
To the best of our knowledge, it originates from ancient traditions in India, roughly 3,000-5,000 years ago. At that time a unique spiritual system was born which provided answers, explanations, and powerful practices pertaining to energy, deities, the structure of the universe and reality, yoga, philosophy, and metaphysics.
How Tantra came westward
It is said that Tantra first made its way to the West in the 1800s, when its philosophical foundations were introduced to curious scholars. In the 1960s and ’70s the West witnessed the spiritual renaissance and sexual openness of the hippie revolution. To be continued in Synergy's Educational Course coming soon!