Prepare for A Tantric Massage session

Happy new year dear readers… I hope you all had a wonderful new year party with your friends and family! This is my first day back to work in 2018, today, I’m going to share something about tanric massage session: how to prepare for a tantric massage?

Prepare Yourself

It is best to dedicate a whole day to your Tantra experience. So choose a day when you are free, you don’t need to run errands and you can devote your entire self to the experience. And please talk to me before the massage session, if there is any particular information you want to share about yourself or about any medical conditions.

I recommend that you retain from ejaculation and sexual intercourse for 24 hours before and after the session, so you will not arrive to the session with depleted energy. I also recommend that you eat only light food before and after your session and drink sufficient but not too much liquid. Refraining from using strong perfumes, after shaves or scented body lotions is also advised as these can get in the way of relaxing into the experience for both yourself and me.

After your session has finished it is important to just relax and observe the new sensations in your body and mind, to let all the sensations you have experienced wash over you.

Prepare the Environment

Music, oil, candles, incenses, colours…

It is important during a Tantra session that all of your senses are involved and awakened. So it is vital to create a space to practice that is visually and emotionally stimulating.

For example to stimulate your aural senses soft music played in the background can take your mind to different places. To excite your visual senses, bright colours and candlelight can either be stimulating or calming for your eyes depending on the required experience.

Incense and essential oils I use affect your sense of smell and open up your energy centres. During the Tantric experience even your sense of taste can be influenced, with delicious snacks to delight the tongue – such as soft, succulent fruits like fresh grapes, strawberries or dried fruits like raisins and figs etc we always keep for our guests. Or you can even bring along a bottle of champagne (wine) and have a glass before session start.