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The word Tantra originates from a metaphysical system from the Indian Himalayas: Tantra is placed in the lineage of the Vedas (Vedism considers ‘desire’ as the source of Creation). The first texts appeared more than a thousand years before Christ.

It is usually translated by weaving or connecting.

It is phonetically linked with two Sanskrit words: Tanoti (Expansion) and Trayati (Liberation).

Traditional Tantra has few purely theoretical aspects and is based almost entirely on practice: it is considered as a process of integral transformation through the body and the five senses towards a higher spiritual purpose.

Practices in Tantra facilitate this spiritual growth not by avoiding obstacles but by taking responsibility and confronting and by doing so directly overcoming emotions.



Due to the wide range of practices, it is difficult to describe these completely and unambiguously. We choose to present these practices in a form and with understandable words so that they can be beneficial in a western relational life.

Here are some examples:

We create more inner silence through passive and active meditations.

These are based on dance or movements, sometimes free, sometimes structured. In some meditations you will continue to witness what is happening inside, in others you will surrender completely to the body. We call them Kali Meditation, No Dimension Meditation, Kundalini Meditation, Dynamic Meditation, AUM Meditation, Powershaking, Sunrise of the Soul etc ...

Creative dance, breathing techniques, relaxation exercises, body shaking, role playing, dive into the father-mother-child interaction, expression of the energy of the different emotions ... these are also basic tools.

Touch and massage help to discover the body, including sexual areas. Exploring and spreading energies throughout the body is an important part of this teaching.

Communicating and sharing together what has been felt, whatever these emotions and thoughts are, is a way to be seen and heard. It is an essential step in the recognition of the openness of the heart and of your uniqueness.


During rituals and exercises, the attention is focused on three keys: breathing, sounds that generate spontaneously from the body and movement.


For who

You want to live in your body with more sensibility, more relaxation and more pleasure?

No matter how old you are, you feel there is so much more to discover.


You know that you are originally a curious and happy sexual being: you desire a conscientious and respectful accompaniment in the rediscovery of this transcendent joy.


No one is really safe from suffering or obstacles. On the contrary, they are our way back to the source. Perhaps you recognize something of yourself in these beliefs / convictions/realities :


I feel fears, maybe even anxieties to enter into an intimate relationship

I do not feel desire anymore

In my relationship, I am always the donor or conversely, I always take an attitude of waiting

Seeing parts of my body in the mirror causes negative thoughts

I'm afraid to show myself naked or, conversely, I have exhibitionist tendencies

I have almost no feeling in my vagina or in my breasts

I cannot keep my ejaculation under control, every sexual activity must end with an ejaculation

I feel less than other (wo)men and sometimes more

I live in rivalry with other (wo)men

I have been emotionally or sexually abused


You may want to add words that reflect your authentic story.

Man or woman, feel welcome as you are: Tantra offers you a means of acceptance and transformation in these painful obstacles. 

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