The Ancient Practice of Tantra

18 January 2016

The ancient tradition of tantra is associated with deep, profound pleasure that encompasses both the body and mind, and is associated with pleasure that lasts longer. A tantric massage centres on these concepts and will arouse feelings of bliss that engulf your whole being, in a delicious and fulfilling experience that goes much deeper than instant gratification!


The practice of Tantra is an Indian tradition that dates back to the 5th to 9th century AD and focuses on the whole person, taking into account his or her worldly desires. This Hindu and Buddhist tradition recognises that everyone has natural urges and seeks to fulfil their desires - and this is what sets tantra apart from other spiritual traditions. Tantric massage London embraces this wholeheartedly; and you only have to look at the definition of tantra to see why a massage from one of our skilled and beautiful women is so deeply satisfying. Tantra comes from the sanskrit words 'tanoti’ meaning ‘he weaves’ and ‘tantram’ meaning ‘loom, wrap’. According to tantric masters, life is like a fabric consisting of woven threads, weaved to a pattern which is designated by nature. Life experiences tangles and tears the threads, but tantra practice reweaves them, restoring the original pattern and providing true and ever-lasting fulfillment. A tantric massage can help to repair the damage you may feel as a result of the pressures of everyday life, and can leave you feeling deeply satisfied.


In today’s fast paced society, the benefits of the ancient art of tantric massage seem even more relevant. A tantric massage in London means an opportunity to relax, a chance to experience spine-tingling pleasure, to let yourself go, and to let the feelings associated with awakening your senses wrap themselves around you and weave themselves into your body and mind. The result is that a sensual London massage can help to restore the balance to your life as you achieve physical and spiritual contentment. 


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