About massage

Tantra massage

Tantra Yoga is both a written and oral tradition that dates back at least 4,000 - some say 20,000 years. It is common in the West to equate Tantra with sex, but in actuality it is a spiritual science and way of life, more concerned with artfully approaching every activity and creating a well-rounded and masterful balance of each aspect of life. While people are prone to attach Tantra to the Kama Sutra, history reveals the Kama Sutra to be merely a book that has been translated many times, often for kings or rulers who wanted to impose certain sexual standards. Although it does have its roots in Tantra, it has been changed so many times that you would never know it by modern translation. Tantra is about embracing all of life and taking the middle path. It doesn’t advocate hedonistic indulgence that depletes the life force, nor is it about living an unrealistic saint-like existence that doesn’t include things like lower chakras and bodily functions and needs




CONTRAINDICATION is the situation, when massage should not be performed (total = absolute) or it isn´t possible to massage any parts of body (local = relative).



* by heart diseases * by generalized tumor diseases * by atherosclerotic illness * by diseases of the abdominal cavity, that are combined with irritation or abdominal apoplexy (appendicitis, adnexitis, cholecystitis, bilious ulcer, duodenal ulcer, tumors of digestive tract) * by injury of the abdominal cavity * by major bleeding disorders (haemophilia, leucemia) * by fever, infectious or acute inflammatory diseases * by state which needs bedrest and after recent operation * by total physical overfatigue or descrepitude * by breakdown of vital organs * by acute psychosis and by impaired, intoxicated and under the thumb of psychotropic substance



* in places of suppurative diseases or acaulinosis * in places of relaxed joints (acrorrheuma, decompensated arthritis, acute bout days) * in of bleeding injury, of gaping wounds or sizable bruised wounds and fractures * in places of animalbite or snakebite * in places of burns, scalds or burned area on skin * in places of k varicose veins (varixes), phlebitis or venous ulcerations * in places of oncoides, that have dim origin * in places of enlarged local nodules, tumours, warts, birthmarks, angry or ulcer afektion * abdomen of teemer and women in childbed and during menses * abdomen by acute gall disorders * abdomen by stubborn congestion, by laxation or by unemptied urinary bladder