Would you like to know your body better? Explore your sexuality? Relax and release tensions? Balance emotions? Improve your relationships? Overcome traumas? Remove psychological barriers? Reach multiple orgasms? Try a Yoni Massage!
Yoni Massage (ancient Sanskrit word for vulva) is a method of unblocking that has as its main objective to help women lose the difficulty in reaching orgasm.
It does so by showing the full potential of women through a massage based on the millennial philosophy of Tantra, which sensitizes and tones the female genital area.
In other words, the stimuli in this massage for women promote deep self-knowledge and open the way to acceptance of the body and sexuality, eliminating barriers, preconceived traditional or cultural standards, and even frustrations or traumas related to past experiences.
In this way, massage for women ends up (also) enhancing orgasm, increasing pleasure, improving self-esteem and fostering quality of life.
Yoni Massage or tantric massage for women appeared, it seems, more than 4,000 years ago in India and China, with healing purposes. The idea was (still is!) to help women treat various ailments and/or traumas and sexual blockages, through the release of negative emotions.
In this context it is worth remembering that in the Tantric tradition, women have always been admired and seen as the embodiment of sensuality, creativity, and sexual strength.
Like many Indian works such as the Kama Sutra, which praised the arts of love and elevated sex to a spiritual level, the Yoni technique also seeks to unite the mundane with the spiritual and, of course, man with woman: Shiva (divine male principle) with Shakti (divine female principle).
Similarly, in the ancient teachings of Greece, Egypt, Arabia, Tibet, India and China, women were considered very strong spiritual beings, although the subject of sexuality has become taboo in India and other countries where, for example, Christianity still speaks of sins of the flesh.
However, nowadays massages for women are gaining space to honor female sexuality and prove that well-being and overall physical and emotional health are concepts closely linked to sexual vitality, with the benefits of Yoni Massage becoming more popular and more recognized by patients and therapists around the world!
The Yoni Massage techniques are based on slow and gentle touches all over the woman's body (namely vulva, clitoris, groin, inner and outer lips), in order to provide various forms of pleasure and increase the body's sensitivity.
Typically, the Yoni technique begins with a female full body massage to dissolve all types of tension, and only then focuses on the genital area with a series of touches that enhance physical sensitivity.
So much so that after a massage session for women with light, exploratory movements, the feeling of relaxation is such that the patient is able to improve sexual intercourse with her regular partner!
The therapist places the hand on the vagina, moving it slowly in circles to massage the entire genital area.
The therapist uses the fingertip to massage the clitoris in circular motions with alternating pressure.
The therapist gently pushes the clitoris with pulsating movements and then, pulls a finger down the shaft, maintaining pressure on the clitoris and repeating on both sides.
The therapist holds the clitoris gently between thumb and index finger and gently pulls on the clitoris and vaginal lips, then releases them.
The therapist holds the clitoris between the thumb and forefinger to slowly and gently rub the clitoris between the fingers.
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There are practically no contraindications to female massage, except for those that are common to any type of massage, that is, women in the first trimester of pregnancy, women with fever, trauma, open wounds, recent contusions, muscle ruptures, sprains, burns, tumors, circulatory system diseases, skin diseases, phlebitis, melanoma, hemophilia, high blood pressure, and tachycardia.