Welcome to Sacred Eros Who we are, what we do and why we do it. Who we are Welcome to Sacred Eros. We are a platform connecting you to a wide array of sexuality and intimacy professionals.  We are erotic educators, tantra teachers, embodiment gurus, sexual healers, love coaches, sacred sexuality guides, sensual artists, sexological…

Lack of Sexual Desire in Women by Melissa St Mari   The most common problem women have in relationships is lack of sexual desire. It’s one of the primary reasons relationships and marriages end.  As a tantra teacher for over a decade the main reason men came to see me was because they were not…

Sacred Tantric Self-Pleasure Rituals Moving Energy into your Heart More writings by Dakini Oceana Now is the Time Well, here we are in a global state of quarantine. Many people are separated from loved ones, and are alone. Many people are surrounded by family in a home, yet feel anxious and alone, stuck in their minds,…

The Mysterious Clitoris Uncovered and Tips on Stimulation More writings by Dakini Oceana The Mysterious Clitoris Uncovered – Goddesses, would you like to learn more about your Sacred Yoni, and how to bring greater pleasure to your Sacred Body? Shivas, would you like to become empowered with knowledge and experience that will help you gift…

Top 10 States for Tantric Massage Let’s keep this simple. You are travelling across the states and want to know where to find a Tantric Massage. You might even want to sample this pleasure multiple times on your trip. Below are the Top 10 States for Tantric Massage. California (South) First and foremost we have…

How to become a Dream Client Dear Tantric Newbie, How to become a Dream Client, I have been an independent Tantric massage therapist for over a decade and my sessions and advice are designed for male clients. If you are active on twitter, you may notice some Tantric and Sensual massage providers expressing their grievances…

Touch Touch and More Touch by Tracy Lee Those of you who know me well know how much I love to touch. It brings me physical pleasure and emotional wellbeing. Here I will define what human contact is for me.  Comfort:  Hugs are comfort:  hello hugs, good-bye hugs, I’m-so-happy-for-you hugs, I’m sorry-you’re-sad hugs.  Comfort is…

  Approach Anticipation and Desire by Tracy Lee Approach Anticipation and Desire – When helping clients with intimacy I often ask, “What was your best sexual encounter?”  I do this to help them understand what it was that made it “the best” and what pieces of that we might recycle. Almost all their stories share…

Women Women we can have it ALL. At the expense of no one. Sometimes it can be edgy for me to make any space for male feelings. I want to rage and rally and band together with other slighted women. I want to ask more of men in a demanding tone. I do not want…

Investing in intimacy by Tracy Lee Investing in intimacy – Mike says, “Hey, Sally, let’s go out to dinner.” Who is this for?  Mike or Sally? How can Sally decide if she doesn’t know the answer to that question? Why is there an offer? Does Mike just want to spend time with her? Does he…

Arousal Arousal – Do you like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches? Peanut butter goes so well with jelly that we easily think of them together. But they can also stand alone–jelly on an English muffin, peanut butter on a Ritz cracker. You can have them together or separately. Desire and arousal are paired similarly; they can go together or…

Poetry Poetry- Rippling waves of heat rise, shimmering, across the torso’s atmosphere, taking my tripping sweet heart by the hand, and pulling him, wide-eyed, excited — spun faster and faster — breath snags, catches, gets a bit ragged, dawning joy pumps the bellows with vigor. You (w)hol(l)y fill my eyes, O Shakti, burning. Yours are…

Learning to Love our Bodies   The body is your beginning. Yogic masters say that your body is: “Matter ascending toward spirit; spirit incarnating in matter.”  Many of us were socialized in a culture that separates flesh and sprit, and chastises the body as an abode of evil instinct. Yet, we are seduced by the media’s sex symbols that urge efforts…