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About deviwardtantra

I was a monk for 10 years, a stripper, a model, an actor, an organic gardner, and a student of natural health and alternative medicine. I have studied Ayurveda, Yoga, several styles of Dance including West African, Belly Dance, Ballet, Modern, and Jazz. I have had extensive training in Non-Violent Communication as taught by Marshall Rosenberg, since 2005, and have been a meditation instructor and workshop facilitator since 2000. I am an Author, Radio Show Personality, Certified Tantric Healer, Certified Authentic Tantra™ Educator , and Co-Founder of Authentic Tantra™ Sexual Education. I am a qualified Tantrika of the Shangpa Kagyu Lineage of Vajrayana Tibetan Buddhism, and one of 2 people in North America qualified to teach the Secret Tibetan 5 Element Sexual Tantras. I have devoted my entire adult life to studying the ”essence” that infuses all of life through meditation, Tantra-Yoga, Sensual Dance and Compassionate Communication. I “get off” on exploring that point of divine union -where sexuality, spirituality, and personal growth intersect.

Holistic Healing For Vaginal Pain

Sexual intimacy can be one of the most profoundly pleasurable experiences we can have as human beings. But what happens when sex becomes painful, or has always been always painful? Many women who experience vaginal pain may feel isolated, alone, and "broken", and yet- far from being an extraordinary experience, pain during intercourse or stimulation is actually very common. It is estimated that nearly 3 out of 4 women have pain during intercourse at some time during their lives. For some women, the pain is only a temporary issue; for others, it is all they have ever known. My Co Founder of Tibetan Tantra Inc, Marthe Schneider is a Certified physiotherapist and body psychotherapist, who specializes in holistic healing for vaginal pain disorders. In this episode [...]

By | January 8th, 2016|Advice, Holistic Healing, sexual healing|0 Comments

What You Don’t Know About The Clitoris!

And here we thought we knew everything there was to know about the clitoris. Turns out... not so much. Here's why- according to my colleague, S. Denise Jefferson (an accomplished clinical and sexual health educator who presents both domestically and internationally on the various issues surrounding women’s sexual health), there are numerous discrepancies regarding the anatomy of the female clitoris, in the medical community. Not all medical schools are teaching the same anatomy, much less the correct anatomy! If our medical health professionals are not correctly informed about clitoral anatomy, how can we be? In the following episode of Sex Is Medicine, S.Denise and I break down the CORRECT clitoral anatomy, and share why, contrary to popular opinion, the clitoris is NOT just the female [...]

By | December 18th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

7 Keys For Great Clitoral Orgasms

Clitoral Orgasms are only one of the over 11 different kinds of female orgasm. They also tend to be the most easily accessible type of orgasm, for a large percentage of cis-gender women. That being said- many women complain that this type of orgasm often feels very "shallow", and does not leave them with a feeling of deep joy, pleasure, and satisfaction. There are a number of reasons for this, all of which point to the inherently Holistic nature of human sexuality. Understanding the way the body, mind, and heart all work together to facilitate pleasure, is crucial to making the most of your sexual experience- regardless of who it's with and how many people are included. These 7 Keys are designed to help you [...]

By | December 5th, 2015|female orgasm, female sexual empowerment, tantra|3 Comments

Power Exercises For Tantric Men!

Many people ask us about Kegels their usefulness in Tantric sex. Kegels are beneficial but insufficient on their own for cultivating true Tantric power and ejaculatory control. For those who do not know, Kegels, or Kegeling, are a form of exercise for the pelvic region of the body, exercising the core pelvic muscles. It basically involves repetitive clenching of the anus which can be good for preventing or correcting incontinence and other health benefits. For the Tantric practitioner it is a good exercise, yet misses a great deal of important factors we can include with a more powerful practice. The practice we as Tantrikas use incorporates understanding of the "five winds". These are five ways the life-energy moves throughout us as humans- some may know these [...]

By | November 18th, 2015|Men's sexual health, sex education, sexual health|0 Comments