Self-Proclaimed ‘Tantric Witch’ Claims To Help Couples With Masturbation Circles
There are a few things that people can do to help their relationship if it's going through a bit of a rough patch: go to therapy, go on a break (although that never really works out, does it?), go on a holiday together, have a tantric group masturbation session.
Yep - that's a thing these days and apparently it does wonders for people who partake in these gatherings. Victoria Louise Smith describes herself as a tantric witch and says: "I perform sex magic and use ritual to help transformations in relationships.
The 27-year-old is a certified Sexological Bodyworker and has a degree in counselling and coaching and practise in Australia.
She uses her rather interesting methods to help people grow as individuals, so that they can be better with their partner.
Victoria said: "Before the workshops, accessing pleasure could be very stuck or friction based. From doing these workshops I've had full body energy orgasms from somebody touching my leg." Yikes.
One reviewer on her Instagram page wrote this: "Victoria's Self Pleasure Circle was nothing like I had experienced before. I attended to help break through some things that were holding me back in life, and to push myself outside my comfort zone, to grow more.
"I loved the event, and the fact it was a safe place for women to explore a deeper level of themselves, sexually, emotionally and mentally.
She goes on to explain that after the sessions she managed to have bigger, more intense climaxes than ever before.
In addition to the group masturbation session, which can be either mixed or single gender gatherings, Ms Smith also does rope tying courses and teaches yoni massages.
If you don't know what a yoni is, it's definitely not your stock standard type of massage. It's a vaginal massage and it's apparently on the rise.
Somatic sexologist Isis Phoenix told Women's Health: "A yoni massage is a ceremony where a woman is invited to seize touch on her vulva. When we invite touch, there's opportunity to cleanse a sense of energy.
'It can go as far as women want it to go. She may just want her yoni held."
Victoria reportedly got into this line of work following an abusive relationship, which she uses to help some of her clients who suffer from sexual trauma. Her work also tries to empower women and men to let go of society's expectations and ideas of sex and sexuality and rebuild her clients.
To be a part of her sessions, all you have to do is fork out AUD$65 (£37) and bring oil, a towel, a blanket and a sarong - the rest is up to Victoria and the client.
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