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-Are you a Tantrica or just curious about Tantra?
-Are you interested in meeting other practitioners of this ancient art?
- What exactly does Tantra mean?
-Why are so many people exploring Tantra?
- How can Tantra improve my sex-life?
-Is the Tantric path right for me?
-Can I practice Tantra even though I work a regular 9-5 job?
You may wish to join this group if you have ever asked yourself any of these questions. The Ashimore Center is happy to sponsor Taste of Tantra in Fairfield County. Our goals as organizers of this group is to share our knowledge of Tantra with others such as yourself and to create a community of practicing Tantrics in our region.
The Ashimore Center has designed Tantra workshops to appeal to Tantrics who wish to incorporate Tantra into their busy lives. The study of Tantra is an exploration of the self and the beloved that recognizes the body as the gateway to the spiritual self. It is a journey that may teach you to expand beyond your current boundaries and to weave all that you encounter in your life into a whole expansive entity. It is a path that may teach you to experience loving and accepting yourself as well as others.
Tantra can help you to empower your ability to give and receive love. Tantra celebrates the physical body as the gateway to our inner-self. Our life-force energy starts with our sexual energy. We will be using this energy throughout our Tantric meetings.
We will be introducing Tantric practices in a safe environment using meditation, dance, communication, and sensual touch. You will leave each group Meetup with skills to practice at home.
Pam and Yanni, partners of the Ashimore Center, have been practicing Tantra for more than 21 years and have had the opportunity to study and train with some the most well-known instructors in the Western Tantric movement. Pam and Yanni work closely studying with Jelle Bode and are developing a community of Tantra practitioners of all experience levels.
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