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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where are you located?
    All sessions are held in my private studio in Darlinghurst, Sydney.
  • Do you offer online sessions?
    No, at this stage I only work in person from my private studio in Darlinghurst, Sydney.
  • How do I book?
    New clients are required to book online first. Any subsequent sessions can be booked directly via email or phone.
  • Do you accept cash?
    I require a 50% deposit paid when you book online. The outstanding amount can be paid in cash or card.
  • What is Tantric Massage?
    Tantric massage is a sensual, full-body massage that brings together a variety of massage styles including classical massage, acupressure, Lomi Lomi, Tao, Ayurveda and bioenergetics intended to liberate your senses and stimulate the flow of Kundalini (sexual, life-force energy). During a Tantric massage your entire body is touched with great presence, including the genitals. This is not to create a sexual experience, but to acknowledge and bring awareness to one's sexual energy as an integrated part of the whole body. Touch, breath and placement of awareness are all used to circulate sexual energy (Kundalini – life force energy) around the body, so that you may feel a sense of pleasure, unity and connection.
  • What are the boundaries of Tantric massage / bodywork?
    Tantric massage is an opportunity for you to connect more intimately with yourself rather than the practitioner. While there is an energetic exchange that happens during the practice, there is strictly no mutual touch, intercourse, oral sex or kissing involved in any sessions.
  • What’s the difference between Tantric Bodywork, Laya, Samaya, Spanda and Kamala?
    The main difference between the various Tantric massage offerings is duration. Tantric Bodywork sessions are recommended for people wanting to explore Tantric massage without genital massage. You may experience a subtle awakening of sexual energy in these sessions. Both Tantric Bodywork and the Laya Tantric Massage are performed on a massage table with the practitioner fully clothed. The Samaya, Spanda and Kamala Tantric massages are performed on a futon with the practitioner in comfortable underwear, offering a deeper and more intimate experience.
  • Is it ok to reach orgasm during the massage?
    Yes you are welcome to orgasm, but it’s important that this is not the goal of the massage. You are invited to let go of performance, your concept of ‘orgasm’ and seeking heightened states of pleasure, and instead surrender to the experience of receiving and become intimately aware of sensations in the body.
  • I want to experience a full body orgasm or multiple orgasms. Will this happen during the massage?
    Full-body and multiple orgasms may on occasion arise spontaneously, however the more you chase this, the less likely it is to happen. Letting go of expectations and goals, and instead bringing your presence, openness and curiosity to the session will lead to a far more exciting and expansive experience.
  • How long should I book a session for?
    It takes time for the mind and body to fully relax and surrender into the practice so I recommend a 2 hour session for the best experience.
  • Does Tantric massage help with erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, difficulty reaching orgasm, painful sex and other sexual difficulties / concerns?
    For specific sexual concerns, I recommend exploring Somatic Sexology sessions.
  • How often should I receive Tantric massage?
    Tantric massage can be an ongoing practice that you do simply out of love for yourself, with the intention to enrich your life and relationships. If you are experiencing some difficulties in your life or have a specific intention you are wanting to move toward, I recommend weekly or fortnightly sessions to help move stuck energy.
  • Do I need experience to receive Tantric massage?
    No! All people are welcome to book a Tantric massage. Tantric massage/bodywork is just as much about relaxation as it is about spiritual or personal unfoldment. If you are a complete beginner and curious to learn more about Tantra, we will spend some time at the beginning of the session discussing basic Tantric philosophy, your intentions and practising specific breathing and mindfulness techniques.
  • Do you offer couples sessions?
    Yes! Couples can book the Couples Tantric Massage Experience or if you would prefer to each have your own practitioner, book the Samaya with Two Practitioners or Spanda with Two Practitioners.
  • What oils do you use?
    I use organic coconut oil.
  • How do I prepare for the session?
    Once you book you will receive an email with all of the details on how to prepare for your session.
  • What is Somatic Sexology?
    Somatic sexology, also known as sexological bodywork or somatic sex education, brings together the practice of embodiment (developing body based awareness) with sexology (the study of human sexuality). It's a space for you to learn how to bring more mindfulness to sex (including masturbation/self-pleasure) to improve your experience of pleasure.
  • Who is it for?
    Sessions are for individuals and couples of all genders, sexual orientations and relationship styles. I offer a non-judgemental space where you can talk openly about your life, sex, relationships and sexual history. You don’t have to have a specific sexual or relational concern to see a somatic sexologist, you might just be curious to learn more about your body and want to enrich your sex life and relationships.
  • How does it differ from sex therapy?
    Somatic Sexology is less of a therapy and more of a practical learning space that supports people to feel more connected to their bodies, sex and sexuality. Sessions are client-led and structured around a specific learning objective. So while you may experience therapeutic benefits from sessions, the intention is to facilitate learning through practice and experience. Somatic Sexology applies the principles of embodied learning - meaning you learn by doing. Unlike traditional sex therapies, somatic sexology takes a more practical and collaborative approach to working with clients. We use a variety of mindfulness practices and embodiment tools such as breath, movement, touch, sound and placement of awareness to support your learning and intentions.
  • What happens in a session?
    A typical session is 90 minutes and may look like: We get into the body - I always start with a short embodiment practice, such as conscious breathing or a body scan to get you grounded in your body. We talk - about your intentions, history and what you’d like to learn and how we might work together. Set agreements - we discuss some relevant practices based on your intentions and you get to choose which feels most useful. Set boundaries - we mutually agree to the boundaries of the session. This is particularly important if there is any touch involved during a session. We do the practice - this is the practical part of the session where we explore, get curious, experiment and ‘embrace the clunkiness’ of learning something new. Integrate - just like savasana in yoga, there is a period of stillness at the end of the practice to allow the experience to install. This is a key part of the embodied learning process. Reflect - reflection is another important part of the learning process. We talk about what you learned, experienced and noticed and how we might build on your learning. Home play - We co-create some home practices to continue your learning between sessions. Learning happens through repetition so this is an important part of our work together.
  • How many sessions will I need?
    This varies from person to person and is based on your specific intentions / concerns. It can take up to 5 sessions before you start to experience lasting change and progress.
  • How often do I need to book Somatic Sexology sessions?
    I recommend fortnightly sessions which provides enough time to for you to practice an integrate learnings from each session.
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