TO GET TO THE LIGHT,
WE GO THROUGH THE SHADOW
There are about as many definitions of Tantra as there are people practicing it.
Each one a slightly different shade with a slightly different meaning.
For some, tantra is primarily sexual. For others, it’s a deep mystical eastern tradition that encompases all of life’s light and darkness.
Both approaches (and many others) have their strengths, and they’re both completely valid.
I APPROACH TANTRA AS A RELATIONSHIP TO THE BODY. . .
. . .but I don’t just approach the body in a sexual way. In fact, it may not even be primarily sexual. What I do believe that our bodies hold magnificent wisdom. Practical wisdom to help us in our daily lives.
Every pain we feel can be our teacher. Every ache in our joints can be a signpost and the pleasure we feel paints a picture of our path forward.
SO HOW DOES ONE TEACH TANTRA?
I make myself available to clients both in-person and virtually. I guide them through exercises that open their body’s wisdom in new ways.
Tantric work, though it can start simple, can result in:
Transformations in your body (weight loss, composition balancing)
Feeling more energized
Being more in-tune with your intuition
. . . and yes, sexual awakenings are definitely in the realm of possibility
So why would someone choose Tantra when working with me?
When we work together, it’s not really about the modality. It’s not about Tantra or yoga or coaching; it’s about the outcome.
It’s about the result that you want.
And. . . to get what you want in the fastest and deepest way, I recommend tools that are best for the job and the client. Sometimes those tools just happen to be those associated with the tantric philosophy.
Are you curious if working in the Sacred Tradition of Tantra is right for you? Connect with me below and let’s have a conversation about your desires!