Online Orgasm Classes Taught by a Tantra Practition

Yoni mudra used in Yoga practice.

Yoni mudra used in Yoga practice. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) (PD)

Everything good can come of this.

via Your Tango

I Went To School To Learn How To Orgasm Better

By Rachel Khona

Could a six-week course help me achieve a bigger O? Only one way to find out.

I’m lying down on the floor, trying to make my hooha “dance”. I’m not sure if she’s really dancing, but she is grinding to Nine Inch Nails’ “Closer”. No, I am not in some new age dance class. I’m in search of a better orgasm.

While I can come without fail, thanks to the help of my favorite hot Pink Rabbit vibrator, sex-induced orgasms are a little trickier to achieve. Maybe it’s because I’ve had a lifetime of Jacuzzi and vibrator-induced orgasms. Maybe it’s because with my vibrator I can choose to use it when I’m in the mood. With my boyfriend, it’s a little different. I do it when I’m tired, annoyed at him, or not feeling it. But no matter how a session in the sack starts, I always want to come. Which presents me with a serious predicament: blue vagina.

So I was intrigued when I heard about It’s a six-week online course that teaches women how to excel at the art of climaxing. Tantra practitioner and orgasm whisperer Layla Martin hopes to strip away the layers of repression keeping us from experiencing our full orgasmic pleasure. In the course women learn how to use their body chemistry, pelvic floor and breathing to enhance their orgasms. The end result? Sexual goddess. The only catch? It’s a whopping $180. Is it worth dropping the dough for a lifetime of orgasmic bliss? Only one way to find out


  • American Cannibal

    It’s 2014, people. Where’s my Orgasmatron?

  • BuzzCoastin

    $180. Is it worth dropping the dough for a lifetime of orgasmic bliss?

    sounds like a deal to me
    can I apply for a teaching assistant position?

  • jasonpaulhayes

    I don’t support the use of motorized toys for reasons I think are obvious. I don’t kiss and tell but I’ve known several women who’ve lost sensitivity because of motorized toys and it’s turned orgasms into crying in the fetal position. If you’re not able to have orgasms after prolonged use of motorized toys, you’re at least partially desensitized and should stop using them.

    On the other hand (no pun intended), without a healthy separation between love and lust… just the thought of an orgasm tips a scales of cognitive and emotional responses for many people and the experience is ruined before it starts.

    Tantric Sex and Tantric Yoga body work may lend you some healthy sex habits but I’m not sure it will break any unhealthy ones you may already have. It’s not a substitute for counseling if you have physical, emotional or cognitive sexual issues holding you back you might not address, admit or even be aware of. I recommend first working through all physical, cognitive and emotional blocks and not risking new complications in your sex life with any disciplined practices unless they are directly focused toward dealing with ones known underlining, existing sexual issues.

    • American Cannibal

      I’m directly focused toward existing sexual issues. My counselor told me so. She also says I confuse love and lust because of repressed heterosexual promiscuity. The wife agreed, and kicked me out of the house, after she caught me having sex with the therapist. Oops!!

      • jasonpaulhayes

        Do you feel better now?

        • American Cannibal

          Oh, I feel great. Luckily, it’s been flow time for me past few weeks. How are you?

  • Rhoid Rager

    I must have taken a wrong turn and ended up on the Cosmopolitan Web site.

    • American Cannibal