Women are booking professional VAGINA MASSAGING sessions



… and it’s got nothing to do with orgasms

A NEW trend has seen women forking out hundreds of pounds for vaginal massages.

Surprisingly, the yoni massage trend isn’t just to do with pleasure, as apparently it can help to reduce stress and aid relaxation.

Although some clients fork out up to £300 in the hope of improving their sex lives, many also pay the price as an escape from everyday tension.

Yoni, which means ‘sacred portal’ in Sanskrit, often involves a combination of caressing and deep breathing therapy.

In some cases, the masseuse may stimulate the intimate area by penetrating it with the finger.

Professional sexologist Isis Phoenix revealed more about the process in an interview with Women’s Health.

She said: “A yoni massage is a ceremony where a woman is invited to seize touch on her vulva,” says Phoenix.

“When we invite touch, there’s opportunity to cleanse a sense of energy.”

Phoenix revealed that although some women orgasm during the relaxation process, many don’t.

Sessions can be used as an indicator to teach the client what sensations they enjoy during sex, allowing them to be more vocal in the bedroom.

The sexologist explained: “The biggest benefit is that they feel a sense of embodied wisdom of what gives them pleasure.”

Earlier this year, yoga teacher Vanesa Muradian explained just what it was like to experience a Yoni massage.

She revealed: “At times, I felt sad, at times I felt orgasmic energy through my whole body, at times my whole arms went numb, at times I felt like I was meditating…

“Afterwards I felt reassured. I felt like I understood my body, my vagina and my sexual fingerprint more than ever.”

The Yoni craze draws similarities to Orgasmic Meditation, where women gather together for group masturbation classes.

The practice promises a “larger state of consciousness, improving intimacy in relationships and generally increasing your orgasm skills”.

Women strip from the waist down and a practitioner strokes her clitoris for 15 minutes, while watched by men and women.

First, the tutor describes the vagina in great detail – noting the colour, texture and shape.

The group stroking is known as a ‘nest’.

Orgasmic Meditation was founded in 2001 by Nicole Daedone from San Francisco.

There are now 10,000 practioners – with 2,000 in the UK alone – and women paying for the practice includes pensioners in their eighties.

Orgasmic Meditation pioneer Nicole said: “The female orgasm is vital for every single woman on the planet.”

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