Lingam Massage

According to the Taoist philosophy the Jade Wand or lingam possesses reflex points (similar to the feet or ears) which, when properly stimulated, have an effect on the whole organ. This allows the massage to take on healing as well as lustfull aspects. Over 25 different holds, which build on each other, as well as dispersing the energy to the whole body with strokes and massage lead to a wave-like experience of lust. Many men have unfortunately never experienced feelings of such intensity. The sexual energy is dispersed to the last pore all over the body and then built on. In this way the man can experience the orgasm with his whole body, opening whole new dimensions of lust. The effect can last for a long time.

Our lingam massage is not only the sacred high point of our Tantric Massage, it is embedded in every sequence of the massage ritual – from the beginning on. Through this massage the whole body is filled with energy, like through a charger. The orgasm is therefore of a much higher quality than one normally experiences. You can imagine it like waves, rising in bigger and smaller surges, spreading endlessly out. These waves take up more and more space until suddenly a smaller wave becomes a stormy ocean, almost robbing you of your head. It is like a catapault into being: the seperation from reality – the present – is eliminated, the thinker becomes still. Tantric has begun.

A lingam massage is typically a massage where the male sexual organ is focused on. The Sanskrit word for the penis is Lingam. The goal of the lingam massage is not a climax necessarily but it is meant for pleasure and relaxation.

Lingam is the Sanskrit word for the Penis. Sexual organs play a major role in our physical, emotional and spiritual health and when our sexual organs are subject to blockages due to toxins we reduce our capacity to create and move our sexual energy (Chi, Prana, Life force) throughout our body which is required for our self-healing mechanism.
Good lovers are the natural emperors of the world, for they are rooted in their manhood, at ease with themselves, and greatly loved and appreciated by their female partners.
For 1000’s of years Lingam has been worshipped as a symbol of fertility through which the earth grows new crops and herds multiply and through which tribes feeds themselves, prosper and grow strong. In ancient time’s male sexual energy was celebrated and worshipped in Tantric Temples.