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Tantric philosophy has been winning supporters for over 4,500 years and it is no coincidence! Tantra, a word that joins the expression tan (expansion) and tra (liberation), aims to help people expand their self-knowledge, break free and relax to discover themselves and others.

Based on tantra, Tantric Massage is done all over the body and even includes touching the genitals.


What is a Tantric Massage?

It is a massage that redistributes the sexual energies of the body, expanding sensitivity and providing more intense experiences.

It differs from a conventional muscle and tendon massage, where it is performed through subtle finger maneuvers and aims to stimulate the sensory channels of your entire body to awaken the senses and distribute energy (not relax the muscles).

Can you have an orgasm? Yes it can, but the goal of Tantric Massage is not that. It is to increase sensory perception and identify pleasurable body zones. Do not forget that it is a therapy, does not involve masturbation.


What are the main benefits of Tantric Massage?

  • Self knowledge of the body.
  • Exploration and intensification of sensations.
  • Strengthening of various muscles, particularly pelvic and genitals.
  • Activation of various energetic and erogenous points.
  • Eradication of blockages and sexual dysfunctions.
  • Relationship improvement between couples.
  • Promotion of balance and well-being.

How did Tantric Massage come about?

Taking into account the term of origin of tantric massage, it is important to explore a little more the meaning and history of it.


What is the meaning of Tantra?

Tantric massages are based on a philosophy with more than 4,500 years of history: Tantra. 

Tantra means expansion (tan) and liberation (tra). The aim of this philosophy is the exploration, expansion and liberation of self-knowledge that allows you to escape from a more concrete or rational type of thinking and get in touch with your "inner self": the divinity and the energies that surround us to, with this, free yourself and relax.


What is the origin of Tantra?

Tantra originated in the Indus (Hindu) River valley, present-day Pakistan bordering India.

This is a philosophy based on human behavior, with matriarchal and sensory principles that argue that nothing is impure or wrong, as long as it is developed with a correct spiritual attitude of discovery of ourselves, those around us and divinity.


The Chakras and energies of Tantra 

Tantra is based on the assumption that there is a vital energy (the Kundakini) that gives movement to life and commands all energetic processes, be they physical, mental or spiritual.

The process of Kundakini ascent originates in the pelvic area - the basic chakra - and ends at the top of the head - the primary chakra.


Tantra and Tantric Massages

This is why tantric massages allow you to become self-aware of your body, explore and intensify sensations and allow a state of physical and spiritual awareness that other massages and body treatments simply do not achieve.


Contraindications of Tantric Massage

Although there are no special contraindications for performing a tantric massage, there are some health conditions that can affect the experience and its results, such as fever or possible skin infections. 

However, you can rest assured: our tantric masseuses will give you all the necessary indications and ask all the questions to ensure everyone's safety.


Tantric massages: balance and well-being

In addition to helping to strengthen various muscles (mainly pelvic and genital), tantric massages are a unique sensory experience for the discovery and activation of various erogenous and energetic points that allow you to obtain a unique experience of ecstasy and liberation and promote energetic, physical and mental balance.

This balance is achieved through the "recalibration" of the chakras and regulation of hormonal production, possible with a tantric massage performed by a professional.