Q: I feel some tension in my body, and my pelvic area feels tight. Can bodywork help?
A: Pelvic floor is an essential part of our core musculature and rich in nerve endings, and can be a source of much pleasure or pain. Our stress sometimes shows up as tension and energetic blockages in the pelvic floor.
Modalities based on Tantra yoga require proper training and respect for professional and personal boundaries. There is no sexual behavior in the consultation.
Wellness balancing techniques and pelvic bodywork work well for the emotional and energetic aspects: stress, low libido or sex drive, lack of motivation and confidence, feeling stuck, depression, anger, fear, guilt, shame, insomnia, relationship breakup, and menopause (andropause).
Sexological exercises for the pelvis awareness aspect (Kegel exercises) and stamina (Stop-Start Method) improve energy flow and function.
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Clearing up energetic blockages and tension in the body-mind is one of the best ways to manage stress for optimal health and wellbeing.
Esoteric traditions view the pelvic floor as an energy center and teach methods of accessing, expanding, and channeling energy known as qi, chi, and prana through awareness, intention, physical contraction, and muscle relaxation. The first so-called energy center is located on the pelvic floor.
Unrestricted and smooth flow of this vital energy - called bioelectricity in western medicine, is necessary for overall health, vitality, and sex drive. The same is a fundamental underlying principle in martial arts practices such as Qigong, Tai Chi, and Aikido.
For the caring pelvic floor, Tantra Prana energy cultivation modalities and functional exercises are safe, non-medical modalities, especially for the premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction aspects.