The Artforms of BDSM & Boundassage

The Artforms of BDSM and Boundassage: Heightening Intensity and Pushing Boundaries More writings by Dakini Oceana Do you enjoy senso-sexual ...

How I Spent My Summer Vacation: Embracing Celibacy

The history books may remember the Summer of 2016 as a fight for our Democratic values as we faced, an ...

What is Tantra? An Interview with Anna Marti

What is Tantra? An Interview with Anna Marti Anna Marti is a "sex and spirit" counselor and intimacy coach in ...

Consult on Female Ejaculation

Consult on Female Ejaculation by Tracy Lee I was contacted by a woman interested in female ejaculation who was wondering ...
sex and aging

Sex and the Boomer Legacy

Aging comes only to those who live long enough to experience it. If that's you, do you view aging as ...

The Secret Spice

The Secret Spice How to find what you are craving in sex? by Tracy Lee What does your sex life ...

Lack of Sexual Desire in Women

Lack of Sexual Desire in Women by Melissa St Mari The most common problem women have in relationships is lack ...

How to Choose a Practitioner

How to Choose a Practitioner and how to prepare for your appointment. How to choose the right practitioner for you ...
tantra massage

What Is A Yoni Egg?

The origin of the Yoni Egg: The Yoni Egg is made of a smooth, non-porous, semi-precious gemstone and carved into ...

Intimacy and Passion in the Presence of Cancer

You may be on the road to healing, but who can help you pick up the pieces of your sexual ...

Working with Sexuality, what is it about?

Listen in as some of our practitioners share their experiences in working with students and clients, what they have learned about themselves and about human nature.

Sometimes hearing someone else’s story about working with their sexuality is just the thing that can shed some light on our own.

All this and much more in these articles on working with sexuality, Tantra, sacred sexuality, intimacy and love.

For example:

Sensual massage, erotic massage and sexual massage were all at one time considered by most cultures to be a basis of the healing process.  Sensual, erotic and sexual massage were all considered sacred touch.  Tantra,  Taoism,  the Mayan-Native American traditions, the Egyptian mysteries, the Celtic –Pagan traditions and any number of other indigenous cultures scattered around the world considered sexual energy and sexual pleasures as an avenue to commune with the divine and heal the body and soul.

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