This is an energy work aims towards enhanced blood circulation and chi (sexual energy) flow. In the Tao of Sexology, sexual energy plays important role in supporting our physical and mental functions and improving health.

With regular sessions and practising 'holdback' technique, one would cultivate his sexual energy which in turn re-energises the body, enhances the immune system and promotes cells regeneration to slow down the aging process. Thus, this therapy is a holistic approach in maintaining one's sexual health and general well-being.

The technique works on the whole body and not limited to the groin only. Thus, it entails a body massage when done as a standalone. Acupressure points related to sexual vitality and the lower four chakras (energy centres) of the body are manipulated to stimulate the energy flow. When one's chakras are well opened and connected, this would facilitate the free flow of the sexual energy emanated from the sexual glands (testes and prostate).

The sexual glands and organ would thus be massaged to promote the production of this sexual energy. Besides, sexual glands also produce hormones that help rejuvenate cells and tissues. These sexual glands are so important that Taoists regard them as 'stove', which produce the 'fire' (energy, hormone). Without a stove, nothing can be cooked. Thus if the sexual glands become dysfunctional, our body will deteriorate concomitantly.

Massaging the sexual organ (penis) has a dual purpose. One is a form of reflexology targeting the kidneys, liver, spleen-pancreas, lungs and heart. The other is to reshape the penis over time to the desired 'mushroom' shape. The overall massage on the lower abdomen, inner thigh and groin area would effectively promote the blood circulation, which brings nourishment to the sexual glands and organ. At the same time activating the numerous nerves ends surrounding the areas and organ.

Ancient exercise technique to maintain one's virility, prevent and overcome sexual related problems is also incorporated in the therapy and will be taught to further sustain the benefits of this therapy.


© Copyright 2008. All rights reserved.
.This page is best viewed with Firefox
in Video Resolution 1024 X 768 display pixels only