Tantra: The Art of Conscious Loving Beginners Weekend Seminar with Charles Muir & Leah Alchin

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Tantra: The Art of Conscious Loving Beginners Weekend Seminar with Charles Muir & Leah Alchin

Time: October 4, 2013 to October 6, 2013
Location: RSVP for Location
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://www.sourcetantra.com
Phone: (541) 324-6021 OR [email protected]
Event Type: seminar, weekend, beginners, tantra, sexuality
Organized By: Dr. Zeb, Candance & Source Tantra
Latest Activity: Sep 4, 2013

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Have you ever felt there must be something more to sexual loving? In just a few days, you will discover the ancient secrets of female and male sexual ecstasy. You will learn to use sexual energy for increased intimacy, spiritual connection, pleasure, harmony and freedom. Turn sex into a relationship practice and discover healing energy, self-renewal and transformation.


This 
Tantra: The Art of Conscious Loving seminar provides the education you never had and always needed in order to have wonderful, real and lasting love, and to rediscover the full potential of your sexual energy. Rather than a ‘touchy-feely’ course about sex, this is a spiritual, yet practical guide to being present and intimate with yourself and another. There is a lot of discussion about sexuality, but only in the context of celebrating yourself, a partner, your love and of life itself. This experience should be required learning for all people who want to feel awake and fully alive.

Learn a variety of Tantric techniques with Tantra Master Charles Muir and his Source School of Tantra Yoga instructors in Ashland’s Beginners Weekend Seminar. No prior knowledge or experience is necessary. There is no nudity in the seminar. The at-home Saturday night practice is optional.
  


Charles Muir is considered the originator and Pioneer of the Modern Tantra Movement in the United States. In 1980, he originated the Tantra: The Art of Conscious Loving® format, Sacred Spot Massage, and many other inventive experiential exercises, which have become the cornerstones in the curriculum of most Tantra educators. In addition to Red Tantra practices, Charles teaches a powerful method of White Tantra, or Laya Yoga, which is the grandfather of Hatha Yoga, with extended holds, meditation, and chakra focus. Its gentle-on-the-body approach is relaxing and revitalizing, and awakens consciousness quickly.

Charles has authored two Tantra books, two Tantra Training DVDs, three White Tantra CDs, and five Red Tantra CDs. His work has been featured in over fifty media articles, numerous radio and television appearances (most recently on Oprah), and two Hollywood feature movies, Bliss and The Best Ever. He is currently working on several new books in his Tantra: The Art of Conscious Loving series; the newest is Sacred Sexual Awakenings, which is a comprehensive compilation of over five hundred testimonials and case histories of lives transformed through attending his seminars.

Leah Alchin began her Tantra education in 1997 and started co-teaching seminars with Charles Muir in 2004. She is an Advanced Certified Tantra Educator, Vice President and Director of Events at the Source School of Tantra Yoga. Leah also teaches Tantra at the prestigious Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California.

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