Special bonus! The Alexander Institute is offering a free companion DVD to this audio program. Once you purchase this program, just listen to the audio, and you´ll hear instructions about how to get your free DVD. This audio program includes:Loving Sound: Modern Tantra WorkshopModern Tantra is a spiritual pathway for 21st century lovers. Learn the essential elements for expressing divine energy in and between lovers. Explore this journey as sacred lovers. Come unlock your mind, your emotions, and the seven energy centers of the body. Let yourself be guided to explore full-body/mind/spirit connection with your sexual partner, from the very basics to the secrets for attaining divine sexual ecstasy. Introduction to Tantra Attitude, emotions, and sensesSpirit into fleshPractical techniques that workConnecting to your loverMultiple orgasmsA pathway to great sexLoving Sound: Modern Kama Sutra Workshop, Part 1Discover the wonderful teachings of the ancient Kama Sutra. Learn about opening your senses, preparing your environment, the importance of nature and water, and bringing spirituality into your lovemaking. Join Dr. Patti Britton and four real-life couples as they learn to experiment with erotic massage, spontaneous lovemaking, food and sex, and other erotic encounters. Learn why pleasuring her first will open the gateway to great sex. Introduction to the Kama SutraRitually preparing for lovemakingUsing all five senses during sexStimulating massage techniquesThe role of natureThe 64 arts: body painting and moreSensual water playTouch and facial massageSensual body caressThe art of kissingLoving Sound: Modern Kama Sutra Workshop, Part 2Discover how important it is for the man to pleasure the woman first. Learn how to move from sensuality to 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dr. Patti Britton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/sp/alex/000010/sp_alex_000010_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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