Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Breathing Tantra

One of the many benefits tantric massage London can hold is the ability to teach breathing techniques that are both arousing and soothing. As there are two different phases in the Guilty Pleasures tantric massage (the active and the rest stages) it’s important to know that the breathing that is done on both is different and designed to either exalt sexual pleasure or delay nearing the climax.

It is important to learn when and how to inhale and exhale with purpose. Breathing through your nose, if possible, is an excellent way to control and be conscious of the way you are breathing. The better you can control your breathing the better and longer the sessions can be. Inhale deeply through your nose and slowly fill your lungs. Push the diaphragm down. This technique is achieved by extending your stomach as you fill your lungs. Think of your body like a balloon that expands when filled with air.
Here are a couple of other breathing techniques to try:

Crow beak breathing. Curl your tongue and gently move it beyond your lips. When you do this you’ll be left with a little 'straw' you can inhale from. Once you have filled your lungs with air close your mouth and hold your breath for as long as is comfortable. Then release gently through the nose. This breathing technique is cooling and helps control an orgasm.

Sitkari.  Press your tongue against the roof of your mouth, keeping your tongue in this position inhale slowly through the mouth. This should force you to make a slight hissing sound.           
As usual, hold your breath and then exhale through the nose. This breathing form is a variation of the aforementioned one.  

By controlling which nostril you breathe through you’ll be able to either heat your body (breathing only through the right) or cool it down (breathing only through the left).  

Another good technique is to practice panting. This is done by letting your tongue just slightly move past your lips as you hold your mouth open. As you breathe rapidly pay attention that the breaths are being drawn from your stomach and not your throat. This is another technique that works by heating the body and brings on excitability.

Friday, 15 January 2016

Suave hotels to stay at in London

When you’re looking for somewhere decent to stay in London it can turn out to be quite an overwhelming challenge. There’s countless hotels, bed and breakfasts and inns to choose from and we all know how frustrating it can be to sleep somewhere unsatisfactory. This article outlines a few of our favourite haunts to stay at in the middle to expensive price range. A stay at one of these locations will undoubtedly provide you a decent service and a good night’s rest.

An image of the reception desk at the Park Grand
Park Grand

Having stayed here on more than one occasion I know this hotel better than most. It’s a little out of the way in Bayswater but still based in a great part of London. The reception and the rooms look fantastic but the size can vary; sometimes they are a little small. Staff are surprisingly friendly and happy to go out of their way to help you. Train station is a very short walk away. Park Grand is probably my favourite hotel to stay at in London. Highly recommended.

Here is a photograph of the Shangri-La

If you’re looking for a really suave stay in Greater London, why not try one of the tallest skyscrapers in the city? The Shangri-La hotel is definitely an impressive sight, but the best part is the phenomenal view you receive from a room on one of the upper floors. You can see all around the city and spot many famous monuments. If that wasn’t enough to inspire you to consider a stay here, the food is delicious gourmet meals and the rooms are filled with more amenities than you will know what to do with. I had to bring one of my perfectly gorgeous London escorts here with me for a second opinion, she was mightily impressed.

A photograph of the exterior of the Strand Palace
Strand Palace

When you can’t afford suave but you still want as close as you can get, the Strand Palace is an excellent choice. It’s a massive hotel, with lots reasonably priced rooms. The suites are can’t quite bring as much to the table as the Shangri-La or Park Grand, but they nicely furnished and clean. The major selling point of the Strand Palace is how it is situated right next to Covent Gardens, right next to the heart of the city. I’ll stay here whenever I don’t want to spend too much money.