Benefits of Erotic Tantra
There are much benefits of Erotic Tantra, we are more than a massage parlor we help couples and people who suffer in silence from an unsatisfactory sexual life on a daily basis due to these types of problems.
We want to help you solve it, and through our methods of massage, we can help you enjoy a full and satisfying sex life. Because you have a solution, do not suffer in silence and come to enjoy our services.
Erotic massage may be used in sex therapy as a means of stimulating the libido or increasing the ability of a person to respond
positively to sensual stimulus.
In some cases, erotic massage can be a form of foreplay without sexual gratification, intended to heighten the sensitivity of an individual prior to another engagement where sexual arousal and fulfillment is intended.
In other cases, erotic massage may be used professionally to help men address issues of premature ejaculation.
Methods employed may teach the recipient to relax the musculature of his pelvis and thus prolong arousal and increase pleasure.
By stimulating the male genitals, perineum, prostate and testicles … we help solve problems of erection, ejaculation, blood circulation … improving your sex life and that of your partner.
Sex therapy is a strategy for the treatment of sexual dysfunction when there is no medical etiology (physiological reason) or as a complement to medical treatment.
The sexual dysfunctions which may be addressed by sex therapy include non-consummation, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, low libido, unwanted sexual fetishes, sexual addiction, painful sex, or a lack of sexual confidence, assisting people who are recovering from sexual assault, problems commonly caused by stress, tiredness, and other environmental and relationship factors.
Sex therapists assist those experiencing problems in overcoming them, in doing so possibly regaining an active sex life.
Sex Therapy for Men
Sex Therapy for Men is an umbrella term which covers many areas. The nature of sex therapy varies based on the root condition. Desire disorders, as well as arousal and orgasm disorders, may have physical causes. It is recommended that you meet with a qualified physician or urologist to rule out any medical conditions.
Sex therapy for men commonly treats:
- erectile dysfunction
- premature ejaculation
- sexual desire disorders
- sexual Identity, orientation and fetishes
- sexual abuse or trauma
Erectile Dysfunction (ED):
Erectile dysfunction, erection problems, and male impotence are all issues of male sexual arousal. Erectile dysfunction can happen for a variety of reasons; both physical and mental. It is important to first see a doctor. A urologist can rule out any medical issues which might be causing erectile dysfunction. A key sign that the problem is mental and not physical is when a man is able to remain hard during masturbation but not during sex with a partner. Anxiety is often the root cause of ED. Working with a qualified sex therapist helps to decrease performance anxiety. With less pressure around maintaining an erection, you are free to connect with your body and enjoy sexual pleasure…
Physical contributors to erectile dysfunction include:
- Lack of physical activity
- Cardiovascular risks including diabetes
- Kidney disease
- Nerve and brain neurological diseases
- High blood cholesterol levels
- Injury to the spinal cord, penis, pelvis or bladder
- Side effects of medication
- Low levels of testosterone
- Alcohol and substance abuse
- High cholesterol and blood pressure
Premature ejaculation, also known as “rapid ejaculation,” is often related to anxiety. For premature ejaculation an expert sex therapist will teach you to learn how to relax, accept yourself and accept your body. The sex therapist will teach you how to reduce insecurities regarding your partner’s pleasure. Your therapist will also help you have fewer concerns about “doing it right” and learn to enjoy the present moment. A qualified sex therapist can provide mental and physical relaxation techniques. Relaxation methods will help you have greater pleasure and increased control over your ejaculation…
Two types of classifications for premature ejaculation include primary (occurring since the start of sexual activity) and secondary (beginning later in life following a period of normalcy).
There are many theories for the cause of premature ejaculation including:
- Evolutionary advantages
- Inability to perceive one’s level of sexual arousal
- Low frequency of sexual activity
- Psychological causes
- Physical causes
Relationship problems are also contributing factors to premature ejaculation . Examples include:
- Power struggles
- Poor communication
- Differing value systems
- Lack of intimacy
- Personal expression
- Physical affection
- Differing sexual preferences
Psychological factors which may lead to premature ejaculation include:
- Performance anxiety
- Low self-esteem
- Unrealistic standards in oneself or ones partner
- Negative beliefs about sexual interactions
Other factors include:
Sexual Desire Disorders:
- low sexual desire
- lack of interest in sex
- reduced sex drive
- decreased libido
- different sex drives between partners
Some physical causes of desire issues may include low testosterone, hormonal imbalances, aging or medication side-effects. Mental factors which can contribute to a low sex drive can include depression, anxiety, stress, and feeling overwhelmed. If your sex drive is low your therapist will work with you to discover what creates arousal. Learning to become aroused will help you overcome a low sex drive. Sometimes two partners have very different levels of libido. Your sex therapist will help you communicate about sexual needs to be in sync with each other. Many times, a relationship starts with great sex. Over time, two people have to work together on communication skills to keep it great.
Sexual Identity, Orientation and Fetishes
Having questions around sexual identity, gender identity and sexual orientation can be confusing, anxiety provoking, and intimidating at first. By addressing these complicated and often misunderstood aspects of sexuality, deep healing can take place. If your sexuality includes Kink, BDSM or anything considered “non-vanilla sex,” it is important to work with a therapist who is understanding, supportive and knowledgeable about issues within these communities, and the same goes for LGBTQ or Poly communities. A skilled sex therapist will be able to assist clients in navigating their sexual identity in a supportive, non-judgmental setting. A key element in treatment is to reduce the shame surrounding your sexual preferences. This helps you to practice your sexuality freely, as long as it is in a safe manner between consenting adults.