Entries by Pauline

A conversation about boobs

I was at a workshop recently, I seem to remember we’d been dancing.  That free, abandoned bouncing around that happens sometimes, without thought or self-consciousness. And afterwards someone said ‘your breasts look amazing’, and I replied ‘Yes, I know, thank you.’ The compliment was just that, an appreciation of my boobs, without agenda or expectation, […]

I came to tantra from a career as a nurse, teacher and facilitator, familiar and comfortable with supporting people during major life changes, all sorts of challenges. As a practitioner I work with people who want to explore new and different ways to feel, experience and express their sexuality.

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Pauline McCluskey – What tantra means to me.

I’m of the generation that first heard the word tantra from the publicity around Sting and his apparently amazing tantric sex life. Not necessarily the best starting point! Around then I began reading, felt drawn in. It’s interesting looking back, it wasn’t the sex part that landed in me, it was something about confidence, about […]

I came to tantra from a career as a nurse, teacher and facilitator, familiar and comfortable with supporting people during major life changes, all sorts of challenges. As a practitioner I work with people who want to explore new and different ways to feel, experience and express their sexuality.

More about Pauline »

Lissos, Crete

My first Crete retreat with Shakti Tantra was quite early on in my experience, within a few months of my beginning the women’s programme. The whole week was the most amazing and wonderful opportunity to understand the potential of tantra, and recognise the possibilities for the future. The Lissos trip had been described as a […]

I came to tantra from a career as a nurse, teacher and facilitator, familiar and comfortable with supporting people during major life changes, all sorts of challenges. As a practitioner I work with people who want to explore new and different ways to feel, experience and express their sexuality.

More about Pauline »