Australian School of Tantra offers Tantra Teacher Professional training and development in contemporary skills of tantra and practices to assist men. Find out more...

TANTRA GODDESS PRACTITIONER TRAINING 2013: 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd June, Byron Bay, Australia.  APPLY NOW

Kerry Riley – director of the Australian School of Tantra  will be facilitating the course with the assistance of Lani Nelison: Practicing Tantra Goddess for eight years. In this training you will learn the skills of a Tantra Goddess.

Tantra Training for Professionals:

this  program we are offering in 2013 is for women who either:

1. Want to teach Tantra Goddess Level 1 Program to men and couples:Where you are promoted through our web pages and referred clients who we have already consulted and prepared for what to expect in the session with you.

2. For Professional Use: For women who want to add these sacred sexuality teachings and practices to their own modalities for use with their clients, individuals or couples to assist enhancing relationship and sexuality issues.

3. Personal Development: For women who wish to use this for their own personal use, not professionally. Whether single or in relationship, this course will undoubtedly add enormous value to your love life.

You Will Discover:

a. New tantric sacred sexual techniques to bring into the bedroom

b. Practical ways to initiate your man into the ways of tantra for more soulful love making.

c. Learn tantra skills to get more of the quality of love making that you really want

d. Tantra lovemaking techniques to take your man into experiences he will remember!

e. And importantly be able to connect deeply with your inner sacred goddess.

Find out more

The Australian School of Tantra offers two practitioner training:
our Tantra Goddess Practitioner Training, hosted by Kerry Riley
and our Tantra Loveworks Training hosted by Diane Riley.


In ancient Sumeria, ‘qadishu’ or temple dancers dedicated their love to service of the goddess, Ishtar. These sexual priestesses of love were ’sacred women of the goddess’ or holy women, whole unto themselves. Through sexual embrace, a temple priestess could take a man into a state of higher consciousness, to a place where physical delight and spiritual ecstasy became as one. She did not make love to seek admiration from the man – or simply to fulfill his, or her own, sexual pleasures. Her higher purpose was to unify the physical with the divine and therefore unlock the mysteries of the potential of heart, body and spirit. The priestesses became a conduit between the Divine and the physical world. She sanctified sexual love for the goddess by tapping into the transformative and regenerative powers of sexuality.

Some of these sacred traditions are being revived in a contemporary context, this is occurring in many parts of the globe including here in Australia. Tantra Goddesses, women with the desire and appropriate teaching and who understand the regenerative and healing powers of sexual love – as well as the spiritual connection – are opening the doors and playing a valuable role in teaching men the arts of sacred love. For these women, only those who can honor the goddess are welcomed to enter her temple; her sacred place of love.

A Tantra Goddess…

does not make love to please her man or even for herself but, like the priestesses of love before her, her higher purpose is to celebrate the divine sexual feminine nature within her and ultimately within all of life. She acts so as to pave the way for the goddess of love and sexuality, bringing her influence to the fore in the collective consciousness of women and men where sexuality is not devoid (impregnated with) of spirit and where men and women can find more harmony within themselves and their wider relationships. In these times of global uncertainty, the presence of the goddess is much needed. If more men are educated in the ways of Tantra and can learn not only to recognize, but also to acknowledge, honor and nurture the goddess in their own partners, then more women will be empowered to heal themselves of negative effects of their individual, or collective past sexual experiences. Additionally, they will be empowered to allow the golden glow of Aphrodite to be with them, which will in turn benefit their partners, their relationships and all aspects of their lives.


Now a select group of women throughout Australia have been enjoying passing on this knowledge and skills to men, women and couples, making a difference in people’s lives. read more in ‘Sexy and Sacred, sexual secrets for women.’