The ocean provides a slow-moving rhythm very much akin to the internal rhythms of the body. The receiver rests in a comfortable supine position while my hands begin lightly with presence, attending to breath, and allowing one to feel inwardly their own body being touched. The experience creates the opportunity to release stress and nervous energy by allowing the core to move in a wave like motion on the table. Chronic tension can unwind and release through vibrational means. Letting-go without mutual touching will release you from your control mode. Letting-go signals a return to one's eros nature of receiving.
The effects of Tantric touch goes way beyond an eros initiation by inviting you to go where no man has gone before, inner space. The process brings a renewed sense of health and vigor, and a regain sense of safety with regard to touch. Tantric massage in it's modern form includes' such modalities as somatic mind-body psychology, Polarity therapy, Visceral manipulation, Myofascial release, Cranial-sacral work, and European and Asian massage. Plus the influence of deeper work from Ida Rolf, Moshe Feldenkrais, Milton Trager, and Jean-Pierre Barral to name a few. At the heart of Pink Tantric massage is a sense of embodiment and empowerment through one's own orgasmic transparency.
Pink Tantric massage consists of gentle mobilization of the viscera, skeletal, and connective tissues to encourage normal mobility, tone and tissue motion, thereby restoring the fluidity to the physical body. Motility is movement of an organ that causes the organ to perform its proper function. All your organs move independently and rhythmically toward and away from the midline of your body. Motility isn’t dependent on your body position, breathing rhythm, or heartbeat. This inherent motion of your organs can be felt and released (unwound).
Visceral fitness determines' the organs motility and health. Dysfunctional holding patterns in the body caused by trauma can inhibit motility. Tissues lose their normal motion when they become inflamed (restricted). Many factors can cause tissue inflammation including: infections, direct trauma, diet, emotional stress etc.
Gentle releases are performed as the body unwinds' its kinks. I equate it with getting a knot out of a shoelace by giving it slack, the laces loosen, and then you guide it to ‘freedom’. In the same fashion tension in the nervous system can be felt and released, often in a short amount of time. Often, deep chronic problems have layers of compensation and thus treatment is like ‘peeling an onion’. One layer will cover up the next as the compensations progressed over time. Compounded stress issues must be released one layer at a time for the psyche and soma to reintegrate in a safe and healthy way.