Tantra is the art of conscious presence, a way of living, loving and being in which pleasure and ecstasy are celebrated rather than repressed, and all of our senses are awakened and heightened. The Tantric path guides us in discovering new ways to open, develop, and refine our senses. By more fully experiencing the sensual delights of our physical life, the body becomes a temple through which we experience the sacred.
The Tantric traditions of ancient India and other cultures viewed sexual energy as a divine, all-encompassing life force that permeates the universe. It is the source of who we are and affects everything we do. As sexual beings, we have the ability to raise that energy within ourselves and, through it, to directly experience alternate or mystical states of consciousness.
In synergy, two or more forces interact to create a combined effect which is greater than the sum of its parts. I synergistically blend classical elements of Tantra and QiGong with contemporary Ecstatic Connection, Ultimate Intimacy, FlowDance, energy healing, EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), NLP, Awakened Imagining and more, in personalized, experiential and coaching sessions with couples or women, and coaching with men.
Tantra Synergy provides awareness, experience and tools for reinvigorating our ability to receive and give sensually, intimately and affectionately, as well as enhancing our sexuality.
For more than 15 years I've had the privilege of working with thousands of people individually and in hundreds of workshops, assisting them in moving through doubt, fear, emotional wounding and other perceived limitations to achieve greater freedom, power, joy and satisfaction in life. It's my belief that these are not qualities we must work and struggle for. They are who we are, effortlessly, when we feel connected. It's the realm of the heart, of limitless synchronicity, magic and miracles, where peace, joy, and love abundantly reveal themselves.
Among others, I have trained with Robert Silber of Conscious Sensuality, Baba Dez of Sedona Temple and School of Temple Arts, Charles Muir and Leah Alchin of Source School of Tantra Yoga, and skilled dakinis including Lourdes Starshower, Leslie Love, Elaine Caban and Daphne Lorian.