Tantra Massage Workshop
Course and training with Lingam and Yoni Massage
15th – 18th February 2018
12th – 15th April 2018
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The Tantra Massage is not simply another kind of massage. It is rather an erotic touch-worship-massage ritual, every time a unique work of art. Our bioenergy (the sexuality) will be awakened in a respectful and attentive manner and will be extended through out the entire body.
The Tantra Massage has a very reasoned and meaningful construction. It contains different massage technologies as well as elements from Tantra, Tao, Bioenergetic, and Sexual Therapy. It takes all of these and turns them into a beautiful and unique ritual. This ritual includes the genitals massage – respectful, attentive and an intrinsic part of any tantra massage.
The massage is constructed so that the entire body can be perceptible as a sensual instrument. To title it only “a massage” doesn´t correspond to this ritual of worship and love, because in the ideal case it is the absolute devotion of two human beings in the here and now, in the present moment.
The Tantra Massage is a Neo-Tantra creation. Andro (the founder of the first Tantra insitutute in Germany) is regarded broadly as the inventor in the early 1990´s, theoretical roots are going back to Wilhelm Reich, Carl Gustav Jung, Carl Rogers and Alexander Lowen. Also Mantak Chia and Joseph Kramer, taoists and sexologists, and last but not least Annie Sprinkle contributed their part to that ritual: the Lingam and Yoni Massages.
The Tantra Massage Ritual is performed live and the participants have the possibility to do hands- on, practical massage exercises inside the group (based on mutual consent). The individual sequences are then professionally introduced so that the massage can be learned and practiced step-by-step. Finally you receive a certificate that is recognized in most institutes if you want to work as professional therapist.
Seminar fees: 490 € inclusive catering (vegetarian food)
Thursday check in 12 am, program 1 – 7 pm
Friday 10 am – 7 pm
Saturday 10 am – 7 pm
Sunday 10 am – 7 pm