Yoga Poses for Tantric Massage

There is a wide misconception when it comes to tantric massages from London Tantric. Many people associate them with simple sexual encounters.  And yes, there is a lot of sensuality involved in tantric massages but a reputable place would never offer sexual services to a client. Unbeknown to most, tantric massages are actually a form of meditation that stems from the practice of yoga. This means that the purpose and utmost goal of tantric massages is inner enlighten. The sensual part of it is simply the way the art seeks to take someone merely from the physical plane to the inner one. Sensual yoga is actually still practiced today and doing it in conjunction with tantric massages can deeper your understanding of both arts. If you’re interested in trying one, both or are already a veteran and want to know a few simple exercises to do at home, here is a short list of some anyone with just a bit of fitness prowess can try:

Chair Pose

  1. Stand in Mountain pose: Let your arms rest at your sides, and lift your sternum. Bend your knees as much as you can and squeeze your inner thumbnail (1)thighs together and straighten your arms, lifting them above your head and stretching your fingertips as if pointing up at the sky.
  2. Emphasize the lift in your arms and chest so your upper spine is in a minor backbend. Tuck your pelvis. It is best to hold this pose for, at least, 10 breaths.

Camel Pose

  1. Kneeling, with your body straight, check your position, making sure your knees are right beneath your hips and curling your toes under. Pile your hips on top of your knees, your shoulders atop your hips, and your ears atop your shoulders.
  2. Put the palms of your hands on the small of your back, fingertips turned up. If that is not comfortable, your fingertips can face the floor.
  3. As you inhale, fill your chest and feel your breastbone jaunt, moving your ribcage up and off your waist.
  4. Then continue to lift your upper back up and over an imaginary ball behind you until you begin to reach one hand and then the other toward your heels. You should arrive in your deepest arch only in your upper back when both hands rest comfortably on your heels or props.
  5. Take five full, whole breaths, letting your head drop back; if that stresses your neck, tuck your chin and relax your face muscles.
  6. To come back up, bring both hands to your low back, and on one inhale use your core to lift your body until it is erect. Move into child’s pose for five breaths to counter this backbend.