Tantra For Men: Level One
Discover the Tantric link between spirituality and Sexuality and awaken a more fully empowered and balanced sense of masculinity.
Experience how conscious breath, movement and sound can free you to enjoy greater levels of pleasure and bliss.
Invite a conscious exploration of the Masculine and Feminine Principles which work within all of us, and learn powerful tools to balance and harness these energies that will bring about greater levels of peace and freedom, lead you to more balanced relationships, deepen intimacy and awaken new levels of pleasure.
Learn the foundational practices which will transform your orgasmic potential into deeper experiences of pleasure and bliss.
This Level One workshop provides a foundation of experience, practices and understanding for a wide variety of Tantric tools and deeper Tantric learning, including Sacred Sexuality, Tantric Touch and Massage Practices, Tantric Breathwork, Tantric Spiritual Exploration, Tantric Meditation, Tantric Hatha Yoga, and Tantric Energetic healing.
This workshop is for individuals and couples who are seeking ways to enjoy greater pleasure and live a more fulfilling, connected life with the people and the world around them. It is open to gay, straight, and bisexual men of all spiritual backgrounds.
A deposit of $35 per person is required to guarantee and hold your registration space. In the event of workshop cancellation, you can transfer your deposit to a future event or receive a full refund. For all other situations, the deposit is non-refundable.
Please dress in loose clothing for freedom of movement. This event is a \clothes on" event, but may allow for some partial undress (underwear or swimsuit) during specific group or partnered exercises. No amount of undress is required or necessary to receive the maximum benefits.
This event will be held in a group workshop space near I-85 and Cheshire Bridge Road. Directions will be sent after registration.
Every bodily movement has its source in the divine. Everything we do, everything seen or heard, tasted or touched, can be undertaken as a devotional practice.
- David A. Cooper, Entering the Sacred Mountain