Jade Lotus Tantra™
Note: Jade Lotus Tantra™ is a Non Sexual Service*
JADE LOTUS TANTRA MASSAGE LEVEL 2
FULL BODY MASSAGE (Breathing)
Duration: 1hr 30min including shower time
“There is a way of breathing that is a shame and a suffocation,
and there is another way of expiring a LOVE BREATH that lets you open infinitely”
Mevlana Jelaluddin Rumi – 13 th Century Sufi Mystic.
Powerful and Passionate Massage. It was an experience like no other ..... Mark (CEO)
Your mind will transform and you will be converted into a tantric lover at the end of this session. There is alot of breathing, alot of powerful blood flow in the body. Your mind will spin, your body will buzz.
You will be massaged from head to toe. Alot of dynamic body movements, you will dismiss any inhibitions you have of your sexual self and expand your body and mind. You will love this session.
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WHAT IS PRANA
The Sanskrit word for Prana means life-force. Pranyama (the act of taking in Prana) teaches that during the retention portion of the breath cycle, one should consciously retain the prana, then release the carbon dioxide (and other gases) from the lungs during exhalation, storing the prana in the third Chakra.
Pranyama techniques covered will be the Circle Breath, Trapezoidal Breath, Kundalini Breath, Pranavayu Rasa, Prana Sukha and the solar Luna Breath.
When one is ready for Tantric Lovemaking, the Shiva Shakti principles unite within themselves and each other. There is a convergence and synchronization of their breaths; life force merging into a vortex, physical and subtle energy exchange taking place.
“When the breath is unsteady, all is unsteady; when the breath is still; all is still. Control the breath carefully.
Inhalation gives strength and a controlled body; retention gives steadiness of mind and longevity;
exhalation purifies body and spirit.”
In this session you will learn about the different tantric breaths which are essential for any tantric experience. You will experience the Taoist Massage to stimulate and energize your body incorporating powerful breath work with dynamic massage movements.
The practitioner will build heat over the Chakras and you will draw in energy through breath. Beginning with a massage summary of session one, in session two you will learn powerful breath work and how to deep breathe in unison with the massage strokes.
Connecting the base chakra energy with the heart chakra through cobra breath and body movements to help bring the sexual energy to higher centres, this level will require alot of body movements. Tantric breathing in a massage session will give you a good understanding of breath work during tantric sex.
NOTE * ALL SESSIONS CAN BE DONE AT YOUR OWN PACE. SOME CLIENTS CHOOSE TO DO ONE LEVEL PER WEEK, OTHERS CHOOSE TO DO ALL THREE SESSIONS IN THE ONE DAY. FEEL FREE TO WORK THE JADE LOTUS TANTRA MASSAGE IN ANY WHICH WAY YOU LIKE.
HOWEVER WE DO REQUIRE LEVEL 1 AND 2 TO BE DONE BEFORE LEVEL 3
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Three Breathing Exercises for you to try at Home
"Practicing regular, mindful breathing can be calming and energizing and can even help with stress-related health problems ranging from panic attacks to digestive disorders."
Andrew Weil, M.D.
Since breathing is something we can control and regulate, it is a useful tool for achieving a relaxed and clear state of mind. I recommend three breathing exercises to help relax and reduce stress.
Try each and see how they affect your stress and anxiety levels.
Exercise 1: The Stimulating Breath (also called the Bellows Breath)
The Stimulating Breath is adapted from a yogic breathing technique. Its aim is to raise vital energy and increase aler Inhale and exhale rapidly through your nose, keeping your mouth closed but relaxed. Your breaths in and out should be equal in duration, but as short as possible. This is a noisy breathing exercise.
Try for three in-and-out breath cycles per second. This produces a quick movement of the diaphragm, suggesting a bellows. Breathe normally after each cycle.
Do not do for more than 15 seconds on your first try. Each time you practice the Stimulating Breath, you can increase your time by five seconds or so, until you reach a full minute.
If done properly, you may feel invigorated, comparable to the heightened awareness you feel after a good workout. You should feel the effort at the back of the neck, the diaphragm, the chest and the abdomen. Try this breathing exercise the next time you need an energy boost and feel yourself reaching for a cup of coffee.
Exercise 2: The 4-7-8 (or Relaxing Breath) Exercise
This exercise is utterly simple, takes almost no time, requires no equipment and can be done anywhere. Although you can do the exercise in any position, sit with your back straight while learning the exercise. Place the tip of your tongue against the ridge of tissue just behind your upper front teeth, and keep it there through the entire exercise. You will be exhaling through your mouth around your tongue; try pursing your lips slightly if this seems awkward.
Exhale completely through your mouth, making a whoosh sound.
Close your mouth and inhale quietly through your nose to a mental count of four.
Hold your breath for a count of seven.
Exhale completely through your mouth, making a whoosh sound to a count of eight.
This is one breath. Now inhale again and repeat the cycle three more times for a total of four breaths.
Note that you always inhale quietly through your nose and exhale audibly through your mouth. The tip of your tongue stays in position the whole time. Exhalation takes twice as long as inhalation. The absolute time you spend on each phase is not important; the ratio of 4:7:8 is important. If you have trouble holding your breath, speed the exercise up but keep to the ratio of 4:7:8 for the three phases. With practice you can slow it all down and get used to inhaling and exhaling more and more deeply.
This exercise is a natural tranquilizer for the nervous system. Unlike tranquilizing drugs, which are often effective when you first take them but then lose their power over time, this exercise is subtle when you first try it but gains in power with repetition and practice. Do it at least twice a day. You cannot do it too frequently. Do not do more than four breaths at one time for the first month of practice. Later, if you wish, you can extend it to eight breaths. If you feel a little lightheaded when you first breathe this way, do not be concerned; it will pass.
Once you develop this technique by practicing it every day, it will be a very useful tool that you will always have with you. Use it whenever anything upsetting happens - before you react. Use it whenever you are aware of internal tension. Use it to help you fall asleep. This exercise cannot be recommended too highly. Everyone can benefit from it.
Exercise 3: Breath Counting
If you want to get a feel for this challenging work, try your hand at breath counting, a deceptively simple technique much used in Zen practice.
Sit in a comfortable position with the spine straight and head inclined slightly forward. Gently close your eyes and take a few deep breaths. Then let the breath come naturally without trying to influence it. Ideally it will be quiet and slow, but depth and rhythm may vary.
To begin the exercise, count "one" to yourself as you exhale.
The next time you exhale, count "two," and so on up to "five."
Then begin a new cycle, counting "one" on the next exhalation.
Never count higher than "five," and count only when you exhale. You will know your attention has wandered when you find yourself up to "8" - "12" even "19."
Try to do 10 minutes of this form of meditation.