When you think about becoming orgasmic it can spark feelings of shyness or embarrassment. After all, even in our modern and ‘liberated’ society sex can be a bit of a taboo subject. It is estimated that only 57% of women in the UK experience an orgasm through penetrative sex with their partner according to a piece of research conducted by Cosmopolitan. Celebrity sexual health couple Dr David Delvin and Dr Christine Webber, who run a clinic in Harley Street, have this year (2017) consulted 1,250 women aged between 20 to 24 about their orgasms in an online survey and discovered that four out of five women surveyed were unable to reach orgasm through penetration alone and required clitoral stimulation.
Harley Street doctor Christine Webber said: “We knew that very large numbers of women have problems and anxieties about the subject of orgasm.
Many men and women, including, alas, some doctors, still believe the myth that for all woman, being penetrated by a penis which goes in and out should be enough to make them orgasm.
As a result, a lot of women think that there is something wrong with them if they do not orgasm during intercourse.’’
In large scale study Researchers from Chapman University, Indiana University and the Kinsey Institute, studied over 52,000 Americans of different genders and sexual orientations to look into how orgasm frequency varies. This is undoubtedly a fascinating study and it yielded some interesting results, but what the research authors also found was that women who orgasmed more frequently than others tend to benefit from the following:
- More oral sex
- Longer lasting sex
- Higher relationship satisfaction
- Expressing themselves: Asking for what they want in bed from sexual intercourse
- Wearing sexy lingerie
- Trying new sexual positions
- Anal stimulation
- Acting out fantasies
- Incorporating “sexy talk”
- Expressing love during sex
Mal Weeraratne runs a London based treatment centre where he treats mainly female clients with a unique therapy called Tantric Journey for symptoms and problems which include:
- Loss of interest in sex
- Difficult to experience an orgasm
- Intercourse is painful
- Unable to experience Amrita (ejaculate) and fully let go
- Vaginismus – involuntary vaginal contractions
- Fear of sex, intimacy or love
- Unable to find a suitable partner
- Unable to maintain a long term relationship
- Unable to speak the truth to solve problems
- Feeling insecure, unable to trust, lack confidence
- Unhappy with the body
- Emotional, stress, body aches, insomnia
- Poor menstruation
- Menopause discomfort
- Fertility issues
- Mental depression
- Other sexual dysfunction
Mal Weeraratne explains that many women come to see him as a last resort, having failed to gain any help through mainstream medicine. Mal Weeraratne has treated over 3000 women from all walks of life and from around the globe. He reveals in his latest book ‘Emotional Detox through Bodywork’, that all women are capable of experiencing emotional freedom and ecstatic bliss. His book is a self help guide designed to help anyone overcome the myriad obstacles to achieving complete sexual satisfaction.
Whether married or single, young or old, the information presented in the pages of Mal Weeraratne’s book will help you feel comfortable with yourself and your ideas about sex and enable you to grow as a person. It is a fresh and insightful guide that covers everything from healthy male ejaculation, sexual dysfunctions, raising ecstasy levels, winning and keeping a woman’s love, keeping up with a woman, yoni massage and more.
A personal and sensitively written book that is also informative, ‘Emotional Detox through Bodywork’, is designed to make you feel good about your sexuality and yourself.
If you would like to know more please visit tantricjourney.com or if you would like to book a session with Mal Weeraratne please click here