The aim of Living Tantra is to give you a space where you can learn and grow into celebrating your natural, healthy sexuality with ease, playfulness, tenderness, consciousness, integrity and joy. It's for people who want to experience richer relationships, deeper intimacy and more authentic connection with others.
Jan Day, Art of Being trainer, relationship expert and telephone coach, offers safely-held, sensual, challenging intro and advanced Living Tantra workshops.
"Living Tantra is a carefully structured seven-day residential workshop which includes guided meditations, explorations in small groups and sharing circles. Many of these explorations involve dance and touch, two simple actions which can encourage all that is within to be held with consciousness and compassion," says Rose Rouse who works with Jan.
"You'll be introduced to ritual and ceremony, to breath work and the body's natural sources of energy. The workshop invites participants into expansion of the heart, mind and body and focusses on the ways that we love, relate and express our sexuality as man or woman. It aims to open participants to a deeper 'yes' to all that they are.
"In the process, you will discover the potential for ease, delight, playfulness and consciousness, and meet others in a caring and respectful environment and you will be encouraged to awaken a more spiritual connection with your sexuality. You will learn to discover your desires and how to express them openly, with care and respect. You will learn to love and honour yourself and your sexual nature as a man or woman and to celebrate your sensitivity, sensuality and innocence.
"Throughout Living Tantra your willingness to be alive and present with your core emotions is always encouraged. Explorations that focus on discovering and expressing your personal boundaries are an integral pat of Living Tantra."
Living Tantra workshops can be taken individually or as part of an extended training course of personal growth.
Info: 02081239831 www.janday.com
online exclusive article by Bill Heaney, April 2011
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