What is yoni?


“Yoni” is a Sanskrit word whose meaning includes the entire female genital organs from the external parts of the vulva up to the vagina, uterus, and ovaries.

A woman who recognizes and is able to use the power of her sexuality, does also radiate the joy of life to those living around her. She embodies beauty and attracts beauty and happiness in life like a magnet. A woman who has discovered her sexuality and draws strength from it – she is radiant, creative, and filled with vitality.

In Tantra, yoni is the key to discovering this empowering form of sexuality. Yoni opens the innermost core to a woman. It helps a woman to find a path to her sexuality and discover the power of independence.

A woman who knows her yoni knows her desires and is able to communicate them clearly. This self-awareness and confidence find expression in all other parts of her life and are transferred to her entire being.

When women have a close contact with their femininity, when they are fulfilled and know themselves, they are also able to build bridges to men. They no longer need to defend boundaries in a hostile manner, or to wait quietly for a man to fulfil their hidden desires.


How Tantric Massage Therapy Helps.

  1. Tantra massage is an ideal way for women to understand the concept of and experience of “taking”.

Many women are used to giving in all areas of life and so find it hard to take. Some female clients say that tantric massage is better than sex because all you have to do is relax and accept a touch, rather than having to indulge and paying attention to the partners needs when making love.  Thus, tantra massage helps them learning this concept of “taking”.

  1. Women can heal from physical diseases and emotional traumas by accepting yoni massage.

Most people have some sexual fear that can stem from previous negative experiences, abuses or other traumas or even from repressing certain sexual desires or withholding certain information; from desolation, anger and low self-esteem if there is no orgasm, and a number of other things.

Some people report an absence of feelings, inability to reach orgasm and literally the insensitivity of these areas, or the fact that they have never experienced orgasm or are unable to express their love.

Tantra starts from a connection. In tantric massage, the connection with a client is established with the help of connection rituals, creating a sacred private place where the masseur can try removing blockages accumulated in the body and unblock the flow of energy.

Many women experience the opening of energetic pathways in the body, allowing orgasmic energy to flow freely, which happens naturally when the nervous system is calm and the heart is ready to receive.

Another purpose of the yoni tantric massage can be the removal of emotional and physical blocks by creating a safe space for the recipient where he/she can allow reopening those areas of touch which got locked a long time ago.

This work can be deeply healing, and can change other aspects of our life, as we let go of resistances and defence mechanisms, which perhaps have held us back from expressing our full authentic self.

What are the Benefits of Yoni Massage?

You’ll be learning a whole new way of relating to your sexual self which helps you let go of old habits and conditioning.

The sessions assist you to get out of your head and be connected with your body, to explore and express your sensuality in a safe environment.

You’ll experience the opening of energetic pathways in the body, allowing orgasmic energy to flow freely, naturally – your nervous system will be calm, ready to receive.

The practices will release old patterns of fear, guilt or shame which may be stuck in the body around sexual expression.

The intention is to open to a pleasure, connecting sexual energy to the heart and through the whole body.

Yoni massage brings back a sense of fulfillment and create a deeper connection with our authentic core self.



1. Michaela Riedl Yoni Massage: Awakening Female Sexual Energy” Destiny Books; Original ed. edition (2 Mar. 2009)

2. Deborah Sundahl “Female ejaculation & the G spot” Hunter House Publishers; 2 Revised edition (30 Sept. 2014)