Lingam massage

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A lingam massage is a type of Tantric massage that primarily focuses on the male genitalia.[1][2] Lingam massage is a massage of the lingam, which means penis in Sanskrit, and directly translates to “wand of light”.[3]

Some analysts posit that the purpose of Lingam massage is to awaken one's kundalini, an enlightenment-related energy.[4] [5] However, some therapy-based analysts have discussed the link between lingam massage practitioners and claims of alleviation of genital desensitization such as death grip syndrome.[6] [7]


During a lingam massage, the body parts that get massaged are the:

  • penis
  • testicles
  • perineum (the area between the anus and scrotum)
  • prostate[8]

The goal of lingam massage isn’t only to reach orgasm instead of happy ending massage. Lingam massages aim to help the receiver truly take hold of their sexual power.[9]


While a lingam massage is intended to be a sexual experience, there are many benefits beyond just pleasure. It’s believed that lingam massages can:

  • Promote full body healing. Tantric practices like lingam massage, despite their sexual essence, are meant to facilitate healing. Lingam massage is thought to help the recipient heal from previous trauma and align with their spiritual and sexual selves, according to Buddhist principles.
  • Prolong erection
  • Enhancement of sexual performance and improvment of sexual stamina. Whether you want to improve your sexual stamina or simply learn to appreciate sex more, lingam massages can help you do it in a safe place.
  • Relieve stress all over the body. Sex is a healthy activity for both the body and the mind, with benefits including increased libido and a lower risk of chronic diseases. When you get a lingam massage, you get all of these benefits plus the stress-relieving relaxation that massage therapy provides.[10]


  1. ^ Math, Ramakrishna. Tirumantiram, a Tamil scriptural classic. Sri Ramakrishna Math, 1994.
  2. ^ Riedl, Michaela; Myint, Jürgen Becker ; Translated by Nikolas Win (2010). Lingam massage : awakening male sexual energy (1st U.S. ed.). Rochester, Vt.: Destiny Books. ISBN 9781594773143. Retrieved 27 July 2016.
  3. ^ "What is Lingam Massage: A Guide to the Pleasures of Lingam Massage Therapy". My-Sex-StOry - Your Guide In The World Of Sex. 2021-03-11. Retrieved 2021-06-16.
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  5. ^ Different kinds of Erotic Massages in London
  6. ^ Mahantesh, Vijay Gurumurthy. Kali, Shiva, and Psychotherapy: a Hermeneutic Literature Review. Diss. Auckland University of Technology, 2018.
  7. ^ Sensual Massage London
  8. ^ "Lingam Massage: How to Do, Benefits, Resources for Learning". Healthline. 2020-11-24. Retrieved 2021-06-16.
  9. ^ Gulla, Emily (2020-03-19). "Lingam massages are the Tantric sex practice you're missing out on". Cosmopolitan. Retrieved 2021-06-16.
  10. ^ "Lingam Massage: How to Do, Benefits, Resources for Learning". Healthline. 2020-11-24. Retrieved 2021-06-16.


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