Every man has a prostrate and it’s a key part of their sex life. We have some cultural reservations in the West about prostrate massage, so why is it beneficial for men to receive this therapeutic treatment in London?
The male prostrate is a walnut-sized gland located below the bladder. It produces some of the fluid in semen, so a healthy prostrate is essential for a man’s sex life.
Our sexual organs also play a major role in our physical, emotional and spiritual health. Traumatic relationships, and other difficult life experiences, can create emotional and physical blockages in the pelvic area, reducing our capacity to create and move sexual energy (Jing chi, prana, life force) throughout the body, which is required for our self-healing and general wellbeing.
The Taoist and Yoga Tantra traditions consider the prostrate as a sacred spot for men, without the cultural stigma often found in the West. Access to the prostrate is via the base chakra / rectum, and in a Tantric Journey session the gentle massage is performed as a healing therapy.
Kate Elena offers tantric prostrate massage for men in London as part of a treatment plan that includes the whole body. The healing treatment is designed to facilitate the release of emotional blockages, help with the treatment of sexual dysfunctions, and promote body and mind relaxation and revitalisation. Once blockages are released, the body’s capacity to feel pleasure is increased.
The male prostrate also plays an important part in the energetic pathway which starts at the pelvic floor and continues up to our crown. In Eastern traditions, wellbeing is created and maintained through conscious awareness of key energy centres in the body (called ‘chakras’ in yoga) and different energy pathways. Kate helps to build awareness of the movement of sexual energy in the body during Tantric Journey sessions.
It’s also also very important to develop a healthy, positive relationship with our physical body, including the pelvic area and sexual organs. This enables us to become aware of any imbalances, and take prompt action if necessary.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the UK, with more than 47,000 men diagnosed annually. More than 11,000 men die from it every year, making it the second most common cause of cancer deaths in men after lung cancer. If you have any unusual symptoms or concerns, you should talk to your GP.
Kate Elena practices and advocates for male prostrate massage in London as part of a ongoing wellbeing programme.