by Taryn Harvey.
"How do I get my sex life back? This Is a common question we Tantra teachers hear. As a global Tantric practitioner & teacher based in Sydney, I’m humbled when so many people bare their souls; conflicted as they express their desire for a meaningful sex life. However, whilst I have empathy, I'm really amazed by how few want to commit to change.
An invitation to a unique weekend event -
Oct 28-29th @ Leela Community Center
A revised edition of the Pleasuring series this time for men and women learning together. A great opportunity to have an open conversation with one another. The sex education you didn't receive at school and wish you had!This will be the last event of this kind for this year.
I was interviewed by the website, adultsmart recently, it's a great website you should check out sometime!
The Sydney Tantric Massage opening line perfectly describes what a tantric massage experience is:
“Your sexual energy is awoken and spread around your entire body, causing a full body response, new sensations, a new understanding of the potential for pleasure within you. A Tantric Massage honours you in your entirety.”
A Tantra Massage is explained as where a person is taken to a place of deep relaxation. The experience will encourage you to breathe deeply and become more mindfully aware of every touch you experience and it allows for your body to naturally sexually respond. With Tantra Massage you are not expected to climax but it can lead to a powerful full body orgasm. It is one of the ways for men to learn how to orgasm without ejaculation.
Tantra Teacher Taryn's new course at the Awareness Institute in Crows Nest starting August 12, 2017. What are the benefits of learning about the principles & origins of Tantra? Because it's about integrative holistic living, not just about sex.
Recently Sydney based personal trainer and writer, Michael Jarosky, had a prostate massage session with one of our very own tantric goddesses, the Goddess Laviras. He wrote about his experience for an online magazine, and you can read what he had to say about his session here in this blog post.
By Nic Tovey. I know it’s no great news to you that, when it comes to the world of gender and sexuality, today we’re charting very new territory. For a few decades now there’s been a lot of talk about men embracing their feminine side; becoming more emotionally intelligent, communicative and vulnerable, and women developing their masculine side; being more driven, focussed and independent. These have been massive shifts in our cultural evolution, but merely developing a set of qualities that we have previously neglected, while its great progress, is not enough to bring humanity into a place of unity, wholeness and mutuality, we can go much deeper.
Self:Cervix is a 21 Days online programme for women to explore and develop their relationship with their cervix. The Cervix is the only organ in the body that connects to three major nerves. The outer layer of the cervix is also innervated. The Cervix is meant to FEEL. And yet for many women, it is numb and often painful. During the 21 days women receive daily coaching videos as well as interviews with guest speakers to guide you on your way. You have access to a community of women who are also committed to this level of healing and awakening. Self:Cervix also honours each woman as a teacher unto herself. Begins October 20, 2016, and will be repeated.
Have you ever wanted to study Tantra but don't know where to start? Taryn is one of our STM Tantric Practitioners who has formulated an accredited in-depth Tantra training program she facilitates in collaboration with The Awareness Institute in Sydney. This year 2016 was a world first for participants to study and be accredited with a Diploma in Tantra & Sacred Sexuality.
Touch is one of the most potent tools of communication we have to reach and connect to our men. In this unique workshop, you will experience transformative new ways to lead & elevate your man. Join Sex & Embodiment Educator, Tara Fischer for a day that is rich and deep, light-hearted and fun, filled with valuable information, experiential practices, discussions, videos and a LIVE demonstration.
Yoni Steaming, or Vaginal Steaming is an ancient tradition from around the world. Women have used yoni steaming for thousands of years to treat a number of conditions of the vagina and uterus, and also just for general nourishment of the vagina and reproductive organs. Women use yoni steams to reduce period pain, to reduce the amount of blood flow each month, to improve fertility, as a treatment for vaginismus and endometriosis, and much more. Even women who are post menopause have reported passing blood after doing a yoni steam, which shows how it can clean the womb of old blood which hasn't been fully released during our bleeding cycle. Interesting, don't you think?