Your Rights

If you are feeling unsure or nervous about receiving a session or if you still have some questions feel free to ask for a free consultation phone call and you may also find it helpful to read through the Tantric Bill of Rights by Matthias Rose which we adhere to. It goes more in depth on boundaries, expectations and how to get the most out of your session.  

Legality

Tantric bodywork is in a grey area in legal terms in Florida. The closest thing that may regulate it is for Massage Therapy, which is not exactly what we do and why we don't call it Tantric massage. Or possibly for prostitution, which is also not what we offer. For this reason, the providers carefully follow a discrete line to avoid legal difficulties. The intention of touching reproductive areas if done, is not an ‘attempt to engage in sexual activity’ or 'simple masturbation’ but for healing, awareness, transformation, inspiration, learning, self-development and exploration of sensuality, sexual energy and the release of past emotional experiences and trauma. It is also the reason we do not offer mutual touch or engage in sexual activity outside the scope of the standard healing Tantric service. Florida has no laws that we have found on full nudity.

Florida law states;

"480.0485 Sexual misconduct in the practice of massage therapy.—The massage therapist-patient relationship is founded on mutual trust. Sexual misconduct in the practice of massage therapy means violation of the massage therapist-patient relationship through which the massage therapist uses that relationship to induce or attempt to induce the patient to engage, or to engage or attempt to engage the patient, in sexual activity outside the scope of practice or the scope of generally accepted examination or treatment of the patient. Sexual misconduct in the practice of massage therapy is prohibited.
History.—s. 159, ch. 97-264."

"Sexual activity - means oral, anal, or vaginal penetration by, or union with, the sexual organ of another; anal or vaginal penetration of another by any other object; or the handling or fondling of the sexual organ of another for the purpose of masturbation; however, the term does not include acts done for bona fide medical purposes.

796.07 Prohibiting prostitution and related acts.—"