How to Give Mind Blowing Orgasms Through Tantric Massage

My name is Erica and I’m an expert in all things tantra and the editor at Karma Tantric. who arrange the best tantric massage london has to offer. In this article I’m going to share with you the art of tantric massage and how it can give you mind blowing orgasms. Tantric massage is the ultimate indulgent therapy for you to enjoy an erotic experience like never before. If you’re new to the art of tantric massage, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. This ancient practice comprises modern methods to ensure you reach a spiritual and physical awakening. If you want to take part in an intimate encounter, here is how to give mind blowing orgasms through tantric massage.

Engage In Eye Contact

While blindfolds can help to isolate the mind, if you want to experience mind blowing orgasms during tantric massage, engage in eye contact with each other. Staring into each other’s eyes as you take pleasure in the incredible sensations of touch will increase intimacy and make the experience more intense. Explore your partner and relish this spiritual connection. You can take eye contact into your foreplay or take a few minutes out of your day to practice eye contact with your partner. It will deepen your connection and make lovemaking a more stimulating experience.

Observe The Feelings Of Touch

Observing the feelings of touch on your partner can heighten your orgasms. As you begin to pleasure each other, make every touch trigger insane sensations of delight. Make a conscious effort to devour your partner with soft strokes as you build up to sensual skin on skin contact. Forget the stress and troubles of daily life and watch your partner being pleasured – your sex life will be transformed.

Take A Shower

Take a shower with your partner before your massage and create an intimate connection with each other. Use this as part of your foreplay and relax as you caress each other. As your tantric massage begins, surround yourself with candlelight, soothing music and silky oils so you can completely savour this idyllic moment.

Try Something New

A tantric massage give you the perfect opportunity to try something new. It’s also a great way to ignite the fire in your love life and let you enjoy sex again. Bringing sensory elements into your tantric massage is one way to learn new techniques to pleasure each other. Whether its taste, touch, smell or sound, creating a sensory experience can increase your orgasm. Experience lovemaking on a new level by using scented oils, chocolate, cream, honey, feathers or silk. Why not blindfold your partner and let them relish this new experience in a stimulating way? The result will be amazing.

Choose A Professional Masseuse

If you’re new to tantric massage, booking a professional masseuse can help you to learn new skills and new ways of pleasuring each other. Bringing another person into your relationship, without having to rely on an escort or stranger is a safe and private way to indulge in a tantric experience. Expand your sexual knowledge, increase your confidence and bring your new skills into the bedroom. Your contentment will increase to the max.

Speak To Your Masseuse

A trained masseuse will discuss your likes and dislikes before your treatment begins. If you want to experience mind blowing orgasms, let your masseuse know and she’ll use her skills to help you achieve just that. You can be assured that any inhibitions you have will be eliminated as you start to enjoy the practice of tantric massage and the sexual energy it creates.

Full Body Bliss

Experience a full body orgasm with a tantric massage. The practice of edging is one of the best ways to do this. This involves bringing the body to near orgasm before letting go and letting it fade a little. Slowly build up the sexual energy between you, using the breath and intention to let the edge of climax rip through your entire body. When you finally reach orgasm, you’ll feel the ripple unleashed through you.

Stay Relaxed

Enjoy the moment and don’t put too much pressure on yourself during massage. Tantra is about the whole experience, so unwind and let the practice be a fun and enticing act. You’re more likely to reach a mind-blowing orgasm when you’re fully relaxed. Remind yourself of the pleasure of engaging in intimacy with your partner and why you enjoy sex. Explore the elements that you both enjoy and let the feelings come naturally.  

Men Can Have Mind-Blowing Orgasms Too

Some men like to pleasure their partner and watch them enjoy the stimulation of tantra, but tantric massage is something that men can relish too. Don’t be afraid to stimulate the penis as well as the whole body. Massaging every tip is the best way to boost your orgasms.

Sponges Can Be A Girl’s Best Friend!

You are out on a first date, things are going well when suddenly a sharp pain can be felt in your lower abdomen. Thinking to yourself, did I eat too much dairy? You make a quick visit to the restroom and discover that it wasn’t the chocolate mousse which is causing you pain, but your monthly cycle arriving two days early!


Panic sets in whilst rummaging through your clutch as all that can be found is a pad. There goes any hope for returning home with your date to have passionate sex. If only there was a product that would allow me to have as much sex as I wanted any day of the month!


Well the wait is over as Joy Division have made a product which does exactly that!  The Original Soft Tampon is a pink heart-shaped sponge, which when inserted will allow the wearer to enjoy swimming, intense exercise and intercourse, even on their heaviest flow days.


The sponge is a hygienic and safe alternative to pads and tampons. As they are chemical free, there is no need to worry about nasty side effects like toxic shock syndrome which can occur from wearing regular tampons.


The application and removal are made simple with an easy grip finger loop and the inclusion of an aqua glide lube sachet with every sponge. Many sex workers who continue to work during their monthly cycle use traditional sea sponges. These can be uncomfortable because of the large size of sea sponges and they are extremely difficult to remove without the finger loop. (Nothing is worse than getting a sponge stuck and having to ask another worker for help removing it!)


Another advantage is that there is no string, therefore it is completely invisible to the prying eye. It is also undetectable during lovemaking, with the Soft-Tampon adapting perfectly to the female anatomy.


Joy Division makes all of their Original Soft-Tampons in Germany, where they have been dermatologically and clinically tested to ensure they are of the highest quality.  The environmentally safe sponge is a must have for anyone who doesn’t want to deal with the hassle of bulky pads and chemical filled tampons, with the added joy of being able to have intercourse any time and all the time! Joy Division has really thought of it all!


Some women may be unsure if they will be able to fit the entire sponge inside as they come in their fully expanded size, unlike a tampon which expands when exposed to moisture. For those looking for something more petite, the Original Soft Tampon is also available in a Mini size! Great for keeping in your purse or toiletries bag.


For those of you who are reading this and didn’t know that a sponge could be a better alternative to mainstream sanitary products, I hope I have opened your eyes to the wonders of the sponge. And for some of you that have tried a traditional sea sponge before, I ask you to come and experience the Joy Division Original Soft-Sponge as everyone deserves that little taste of luxury, even if it’s only for one week of the month!


The Joy Division Original Soft-Sponge is available for purchase at your local Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centre.

Have More Sex for Sounder Sleep

Lack of sleep is very common in Australia with as many as 39.8% of Australian adults battling to get a good night’s rest on a regular basis according to a report commissioned by the Sleep Health Foundation. This means that a whopping 7.4 million people are not sleeping as well as they should. While there are countless ways to try and combat insomnia such as prescription medication, herbal remedies, and white noise machines there is a much easier (and more enjoyable) way to ensure you catch some z’s at night: sex. More than 60% of people have indicated sounder sleep after a frolic between the sheets according to Dr Michele Lastella from the Appleton Institute of Behavioral Science at the Central Queensland University. So is sex really the answer to your sleepless nights? Let’s find out.

Sex releases sleep-inducing chemicals

When you have a mind-blowing orgasm, your body releases large amounts of hormones that envelope you in a multitude of warm & fuzzy feelings. Among these feel-good hormones are oxytocin, vasopressin, and dopamine which can all contribute greatly towards you getting a good night’s rest.  Of these, oxytocin (the cuddle hormone) is of most value to women as it reduces stress which is known to be a great contributor to insomnia. Dopamine, which triggers immense feelings of pleasure, helps you unwind before going to bed while vasopressin is known to be conducive of sleep. Apart from releasing a number of satisfying hormones, sex also surpasses the body’s dopamine secretion which results in reduced stress levels and an increased sense of euphoria.

Everyone sleeps better after a workout

By now we all know that regular exercise is good for us, but did you know that exercising could be the cure to your insomnia? Studies have shown that a stint of exercise of moderate to mild intensity can significantly reduce the amount of time it takes to fall asleep as well as enhance the quality of your sleep. Exercise has also been proven to decrease the seriousness of sleep-disordered breathing as well as lessen the severity of obstructive sleep apnea. While no one is going to prevent you from joining a gym or going for lengthy nightly jogs, you can always just get frisky in bed to reap the same benefits. If anyone dares tell you that sex is not considered to be real exercise, you can point out that sex burns up to 3.6 calories a minute which is more than your average vigorous walk does.

You send the correct signals to your brain

While having sex with the lights on is definitely hot, you can actually benefit by getting kinky in the dark as well. When we find ourselves in a horizontal position in bed our bodies tend to assume that it is time to prepare for sleep. According to, a comfortable mattress is paramount to sleeping through the night. By applying this logic to your entire bedtime routine, having sex on a comfortable mattress will give you the best possible chance at sound sleep as it is bound to leave you feeling completely relaxed, happy, and in need of proper rest afterwards.

If you don’t have a partner, go solo

While having a hot sexual partner to fool around with is ideal, it is important to note that it is the orgasm and not the actual sex that improves your sleep cycle. This basically means that, by masturbating, you can reap the exact same benefits as you would by working up a sweat with your partner. Next time you are battling to fall asleep, instead of popping a couple of sleeping tablets, practice some self-love instead. Masturbating will not only relax you, but the endorphins released during your very pleasurable orgasm will help you fall off to sleep happy and fulfilled.

Prepare for a wonderful chain reaction

While sex can undoubtedly help you sleep better at night, one cannot ignore the fact that more sleep can improve your sex life. According to research published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, getting enough sleep can give your sexual response a very healthy boost which may lead to more frequent sex which will, in turn, improve your quality of sleep even more. If sex helps you sleep better, and sleep makes you have better sex you undoubtedly need to increase the frequency of both in your life as soon as possible.

It is good to know that, apart from supplying you with unmatched pleasure, sex is also good for you. If you often find yourself tossing and turning at night, encourage your partner to engage in some insomnia-busting sex sessions or, alternatively, lube up your vibrator or sex sleeve and orgasm your way to peaceful, sound sleep.

Sex Is Fun!

Sex is fun!

It’s pleasurable, we do it with ourselves and others because we want to and we enjoy it. It feels good. But what happens when you’re not enjoying it? What happens when your sex drive seems to have taken a nose dive and something that you once enjoyed has become a bit of chore? With Valentines Day coming up, we’re going to go through a few reasons as to why you might not be enjoying sex and how you can navigate through them. I’m going to say navigate through them as opposed to fixing things, because the term fixing things implies that something is broken – when it comes to a lower sex drive, or when you’re not enjoying sex as much as you think you should be – there are actually a variety of reasons that can be present here and none of them imply brokenness. The truth of the matter is that your sex drive is determined by a variety of factors and it’s in a continual state of change depending on what is going on in your life and surroundings, as well as your physical and mental health. Regardless of whether your sexual dissatisfaction is long term, or short term its important to remember that your perfectly normal. With that in mind – lets go through some reasons as to why you might not be enjoying sex.

Note: This article contains information that may be triggering to those who have experienced sexual trauma or assault

You’re engaging, or being engaged in sexual activity before you’ve had time to become aroused.

Your mind and body may move at different speeds when it comes to becoming aroused, and the preparation of your mind and body is paramount to enjoyment. Foreplay is an activity that is designed to get the blood flowing throughout the body and in particular to the genitals. This blood flow increases arousal, and helps with lubrication, as well as the ability to climax during sexual activity. The issue here is something i’ve discussed in previous articles – many people equate the idea that sex equals intercourse. Foreplay is just as much sex and intimacy as intercourse, and it helps in taking the pressure off the idea that there’s only one outcome to sex – penetration/intercourse. Foreplay does not have to lead to this, and when you remember this, and acknowledge that, you may find yourself able to free your mind up and enjoy foreplay and the pleasure that that brings.

You’re not mentally or emotionally ready to have sex.

Sex and enjoyment is about context. If you’re stressed or anxious and a partner attempts to initiate sex – in most cases you will not be able to access the feelings of desire, and pleasure easily. For this reason it’s important to communicate how you’re feeling to your partner. Some people find sex and pleasure as a way of coping with stress, anxiety and moving past the day to day stresses of life, others might have trouble navigating through this.

Anxiety about your body or appearance.

Sex feels good but it is incredibly vulnerable. You’re naked, with a sexual partner, and during that moment your insecurities might rear their head. Anxiety about your body, appearance is the one of the biggest enemies to desire and pleasure. It’s difficult to believe that someone else will find pleasure in your body when you’re struggling. Again, this is about communication with your sexual partner. Identify those vulnerabilities and talk about them. If you feel that you can’t talk about them, then you may need to address them in other ways. Self-doubt is one of the biggest pleasure killers around.

Discomfort around previous sexual experiences.

Sex is an incredibly vulnerable moment. And when someone has broken that trust before, it can set in motion a chain reaction of feelings, and thoughts and can be quite triggering in some situations. Whether you’re navigating through previous trauma, or if you’re worried about your level of sexual experience in comparison to your partners – these thoughts and feelings will usually creep up before, during or even after sex – making enjoyment quite difficult. Communicating with your partner about your concerns, or seeking professional help when it comes to trauma or abuse is one way of moving a step forward.

You’re not comfortable around your partner

Sex involves a multitude of layers around intimacy. If you’re not able to be fully comfortable with your sexual partner, then chances are you’re going to have a hard time enjoying the experience. This may involve sitting down with your partner, and telling them what’s going on, or seeking professional help.

You have a shame, stigma or fear about your sexual needs, wants or kinks.

I mentioned a little earlier that sex doesn’t necessarily have to involve intercourse. Sex and sexuality exists on a wide, far reaching spectrum and every individual person has different needs, wants, kinks and even desires. Opening up to your sexual partner creates a certain vulnerability, and it can be intimidating – especially when it involves kink. Ultimately, the advice is pretty straight forward. If it’s about a need, kink or sexual want that you can’t live without – then you need to tell your partner or find someone that you can tell. Bottling up a safe, sane and consensual sexual need or kink is going to do you more harm than good because ultimately, you’ll continually find yourself being sexually dissatisfied causing both yourself, and your partner frustration and confusion. Honesty, openness and freedom is paramount to this one.

You’re on medication that profoundly impacts your sex drive.

Depression medication can kill your sex drive as well as a variety of over the counter medications. If you’re on prescription medication and experiencing a drop in your sex drive, it might be worth speaking to your medical professional about that. Especially when it comes to antidepressants, there are a range of different options that you may be able to use.

You have a medical condition that makes sex painful.

This can be quite common and can very quickly put a stop to the enjoyment of sex. There are a variety of medical conditions that can cause pain, dryness or even irritation after sexual intercourse. This might include skin conditions, autoimmune disorders, excess nerves, endometriosis and vaginismus. Men might also experience this with an overly curved dick, foreskin issues and anal fissures. This list is not exhaustive, and if you do not know why you are experiencing pain – see your doctor to find some answers. When you anticipate pain during or after intercourse, your body’s natural response will be to ignore arousal.

You may be trying to use positions that just don’t work for you

You might be experiencing pain or discomfort and this might not always be a medical condition. Sometimes, a position just might not work for you due to your partners size, or penile curvature. Dr Ingber, MD,  a Board-certified in Urology and Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery at the Center for Specialized Women’s Health makes the following suggestion – If you’ve seen a medical professional and still don’t have a clear answer – then it might be wise to try different positions, lubricant, or even use toys to try and overcome the issue.

You’re not prioritizing sleeping, eating well or exercise.

There’s a connection between physical, mental, emotional, and sexual health. If you’re neglecting on of those pillars, you might find the others crumble a little bit. It’s important to take care of these pillars as trying to engage with sex when your body, brain or emotions aren’t quite aligned can be quite difficult and even stressful. Rest up before playing.

Drinking too little water

Fun Fact – dehydration can not only lower your libido, but it can actually make sex painful. Not drinking enough water can cause headaches, fatigue, and irritability which will absolutely hinder you getting in the mood. Lack of water can also create dry irritated skin which can potentially lead to pain during sex. There’s also studies out there which have linked dehydration to erectile dysfunction – so make sure to keep your water intake steady.


Stress is an absolute buzzkill. Worrying about finances, life, work, family, partners, car repairs and a multitude of other worries will kill your sex life. Mental energy plays an important role during the enjoyment of sex, and it can be easily distracted. If it’s paying attention to other things as opposed to your own body and pleasure, you’ll quickly find yourself not in the moment and definitely not enjoying yourself.

Secrets Of Sex

As you can see – there’s a variety of reasons that your libido might be low. It’s important to address medical concerns as quickly as possible, be open and honest with your partner and self about these issues. Acknowledgement, honesty and openness are the first steps to reclaiming your sex life, your own pleasure. Until next time. . .

Sex Leads to Healthy, Youthful Skin: Yet Another Reason to Indulge

Surprising statistics of Australian couples revealed that only 44% of women and 33% of men were “OK” with their state of sexual adventure. Whether this is due to a lack of time and energy available to expend on doing the deed or a mere lack of reasons to do so, it’s alarming, to say the least. If what Australian couples are looking for is a reason to get down and dirty, there certainly are plenty, namely the benefits it has on overall skin health. Because sex provides an oxygen boost to the skin, it’s no wonder that most couples experience an after-sex glow that leaves them looking like pure gods and goddesses. As if you needed another reason to have more sex.


The Science Behind Sex and Healthy Skin


Okay, so while it’s obviously preferred, you actually don’t have to orgasm to reap the skin benefits of sex. Having sex reduces cortisol levels, which is one of the ways in which it helps reduce stress, but reducing cortisol can also actually help your body produce more collagen. This helps your skin look soft, supple and smooth, which is a huge benefit for even the manliest of men. On top of reducing cortisol, sex helps get your blood flowing, which helps people maintain a brighter complexion. This is, as scientists point out, part of what creates the healthy glow post-sex, and can actually carry over to have long-term effects. In fact, you only need to be having sex a minimum of one to three times a week to begin to see the fruit of your labor begin to take effect, resulting in healthy, youthful skin.


Orgasms Do Help, Though


While an orgasm isn’t technically required to reap the benefits of post-sex healthy skin, it does help. Dr. Oz (who coincidentally isn’t from Oz) released information years ago that still holds true today. He said that people who have more orgasms can slow down the aging process, stating that 200 orgasms a year can help remove six physiological years off of your life. This is due to the fact that orgasming helps your body reduce hormones that help repair tissue, which in turn helps combat the formation of wrinkles and the sagging of skin in general. Sounds great, right? It gets better. Another researcher once found that, after studying 3,500 people, women who had three orgasms a week looked about 10 years younger than those who only had two. That doesn’t seem like a hard quota to meet, even if you have to call in help.


Post-Sex Naps Lead to Glowing Skin


Not to alarm you, but lack of sleep is slowly killing Australians. From work-related stress to issues with the in-laws, it’s a well-known fact that Australians aren’t getting enough sleep, and that’s actually one of the leading causes of tired, dull skin. Not only does a lack of sleep make your skin look tired, but it can also lead to hormonal imbalances, which is something sex can sort out fairly quickly. Thanks to oxytocin, which is often referred to as the cuddle hormone, we often feel sleepy after sex. It floods the brain post-sex and leads you straight into that relaxed, dream-like state after an orgasm that allows you to sleep so well. The result? A great night’s sleep with someone you love and a healthy glow the next morning. This is especially true for women, as studies show that women who have regular sex produce more estrogen, which contributes to healthier hair and skin.


Potential to Decrease Inflammation


If you’re worried about sex making your face look red from all of the action, you’ll be pleased to know that it actually has the opposite effect. The hormone oxytocin that’s responsible for the post-sex cuddle haze also works to decrease inflammation. This is likely why sex has been touted for helping reduce blemishes, severe acne and even the redness and inflammation that’s associated with skin-related conditions such as rosacea and eczema. However, people who have participated in personal studies regarding this matter note that your body’s hormones tend to even out fairly quickly, so to experience the acne-related benefits of sex, you’ll need to be having about an orgasm a day on a pretty consistent basis. Again, doesn’t sound like a hard quota to meet if you team up with a buddy to make it happen.


Sexy Skin

More Sex Leads to a Better You


With all of the compounding benefits of sex on skin health, there’s really no reason for couples not to be engaging in the act for pure health reasons. Decreased stress, increased levels of good hormones and decreased levels of bad ones, and an overall healthy glow to smooth, supple skin all sound like more than enough reason to hop into bed and reap the benefits of exploring your partner’s body. It’s nature’s most well-kept beauty secret, and it doesn’t seem to be going out of fashion any time soon.