The Sanskrit word for the male sexual organ is “Lingam” and is roughly translated as “rod of light”. In Tantric philosophy, the Lingam is respected and honored as a “wand of light”, a source of creative energy and pleasure.
The aim of the Lingam massage is to create a space in which the receiver can relax and enjoy increased pleasure experienced by his Lingam. The giver enjoys supporting the man in experiencing this pleasure and witnessing how he surrenders to his softer, gentler side. Massage is an excellent way to build trust. It is often used to help men heal from negative sexual conditioning and trauma.
Orgasm is not the goal of the Lingam massagealthough it is often a pleasant and welcome side effect. The goal is to massage the Lingam, as well as the testicles, the perineum and the sacred spot (the counterpart to the female G-spot) and for the man to surrender to a form of pleasure he is not accustomed to. From this perspective, both the receiver and the giver are relaxed by this massage.
Men need to learn to RELAX and RECEIVE. The traditional sexual conditioning of men leads to an active and goal-oriented role. The Lingam Massage allows the man to experience his softer, receptive side. The massage is performed in a quiet, sensual atmosphere.
During the massage, both the receiver and the giver are unclothed which follows the tantric idea of equality. Enjoy a mindful, unintentional massage, let go and focus on yourself.
Dear Guests, our massages are not an invitation to sexual activity (i.e. no intercourse or oral sex).