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Breathe to Relax

Breathe to Relax

3:14 min.

By consciously breathing into the belly and the pelvis, we begin to engage the capacities of the respiratory system more fully. We become calmer as our oxygen/carbon dioxide levels come into balance. We feel brighter and more embodied, as the lymphatic system is stimulated and the body rids itself of toxins. The relaxation response is activated. Heartbeat slows, blood pressure and muscle tension decrease, there is a reduction of stress hormones in the system. As the physiology relaxes, the inner dialogue quiets. Ahhhhh.

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Rosebud Massage, Part 2

Rosebud Massage, Part 2

5:06 min.

Like all muscles, the sphincters enjoy being stretched. In fact, much of the pleasure from receiving anal intercourse involves the stimulation and stretching of the sphincter muscles. Cupping the butt cheeks, slowly apply outward pressure. Then, stretch both side to side, and top to bottom.

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Play Time

Play Time

3:50 min.

It is beautiful to watch a man take delight in his body. Terry describes his new way of masturbating as “playing with himself”.

He alternates stroking his cock to generate erotic energy with spreading that energy throughout his body using hands, breath and movement.

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Fire Breath Orgasm

Fire Breath Orgasm

6:30 min.

Jwala was one of Annie Sprinkle’s first teachers of erotic spirituality, and taught her the Fire Breath Orgasm. This breathing technique circulates your orgasmic energy through your chakras, creating a full-body orgasmic reverberation. Annie says “Of any sex technique I have ever learned, the Fire Breath Orgasm has been the most powerful and helpful.” Here, Jwala demonstrates this ecstatic breath.

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Introduction to Vulva Massage: Part 2 of 3

Introduction to Vulva Massage: Part 2 of 3

2:30 min.

Joseph Kramer, Ph.D. and Annie Sprinkle, Ph.D. speak about the joys of giving and receiving female genital massage.

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*Buddhist Vulva Touch*

*Buddhist Vulva Touch*

2:29 min.

This simple practice could benefit many lovers because there is no expectation of an outcome. Peter Denger, a meditator for thirty-five years, demonstrates this one-finger, mindfulness massage on Zia Marie. There is nothing for Zia to do except be attentive to her sensations without attaching to them. This erotic yoga practice has been influenced by Buddhist Insight meditation. You can see Zia’s whole massage and Peter doing a version of the same erotic massage on a man at www.orgasmicyoga.com/class/1666. The entire class is available free to full members of The New School in February here.

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More Positive States of Mind

More Positive States of Mind

7:17 min.

Dr. Michael Perry describes four categories of orgasm; Carol Queen offers ten tips for having a better orgasm; Betty Dodson talks about three different types of orgasms; and chiropractor Robert Lawrence discusses physiological aspects of orgasm.

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Teleconference 1 - July 23, 2010

Teleconference 1 - July 23, 2010

1:28:58 hr.

Beginning the training. Orgasmic Yoga. Ken Wilbur's approach to personal practice (Practice, States, Structure, Shadow), Jack Morin's "core erotic theme."

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Allow Sensation to Happen

Allow Sensation to Happen

6:59 min.

Zia Marie says, “This Orgasmic Yoga meditation is the next step for me on my erotic spiritual path. Doing this massage grows neural pathways that create happiness and well-being. In other erotic massages, I learned to spread the energy throughout my body. In this erotic meditation, I just allow the sensation to happen without doing anything"

“My main strategy for getting more of this in my life is exchanging massage sessions with my partner.”

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Ancient Secrets of Sexual Ecstasy-The Temple of the Body

Ancient Secrets of Sexual Ecstasy-The Temple of the Body

3:18 min.

The wisdom of the East teaches us that the body is the temple of the soul. The Art of Love is recognized as one of the 64 arts, and a celebration of divine energy. We can determine the amount of pleasure we allow ourselves to welcome--the intense, sustained ecstasy that is our human birthright.

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