SF Bay Area Holistic Calendar

Orgasm vs Ejaculation: Would you Like to Have Multiple Orgasms?

Friday, March 11, 2016 @ 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Bliss Palace
633 E. McKinley Ave,
Sunnyvale, CA

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What is the difference between orgasm and ejaculation for men? Are you aware of these being two separate events? Have you ever experienced one without the other? In this class, we will define the differences between male orgasm and ejaculation as well as give ideas and insight into how you can play with this wonderful human ability.

It is true! Male orgasm and ejaculation are two separate things. In Tantra, orgasm is defined as the internal experience of explosive sexual climax, even Alfred Kinsey, the first scientist to study human sexuality in the 1950s, described orgasm as “an explosive discharge of neuromuscular tension”. Ejaculation is the external expression of sexual climax. Through ejaculation, orgasmic energy is released from the body. However, a male does not have to ejaculate to experience an orgasm.

It is typical for people to associate male orgasm and ejaculation as the same event. This limits most men to a single climax per sexual experience. Through Tantra techniques such as breath control, pelvic floor manipulation, and shifting of energy, men can learn to separate orgasm from ejaculation to enhance and extend their love making experiences. By extending the experience in this manner, there is a higher potential for multiple orgasms, full-body orgasms, and intense building of sexual energies. Yes, men also have the potential for multiple orgasms.

Ejaculation often depletes the male’s vital energy. As they age, men can display symptoms such as: premature ejaculation, longer time to achieve an erection, force and volume of ejaculate reduced, longer refractory time, and longer time to achieve orgasm. By retaining the ejaculate and orgasmic bliss, men are making a conscious decision to nurture and invest in their youth, vitality, sexually energies and spiritual growth. Are you willing to explore a new way of sexual bliss?

This class is open to men, women, singles and couples.

Cost: $20.00, or $30.00 at the door.


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