Bayswater – my area

I frequently see clients who have travelled to London for a brief visit on business or holiday from other parts of the UK or from abroad so decided to write this post for them to give them a bit of an overview about Bayswater, the area where I am based.

Bayswater is one of London’s most cosmopolitan areas with rumoured highest turnover of population in London. Queensway and Westbourne Grove are its busiest main streets, both having many ethnic-cuisine restaurants.
Bayswater area is about 30 blocks away from Marble Arch, Oxford Street, where the actual “City of London” and all we picture in our minds when we think of London. The area has two tube stations, Bayswater and Queensway and various buses run almost 24 hours a day. You can get there from Heathrow by tube with just one connection in between or take the Heathrow Express from Paddington.

Also nearby is Portobello Market, which is an incredibly eclectic market set on Portobello Road displaying antiques, food, regional products second hand items, and street artists.

My recommendations for Interesting places to visit in Bayswater:

Bayswater road art show – Sunday morning
Bayswater Road, which runs along the north end of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, is a great place for a walk for a couple of hours on a Sunday morning as it has many different painters and artists exhibiting their art on the wall of the park.

The Porchester Spa
The Porchester Spa is set inside of a 1929 building and the interiors are fabulous. This is the spa to come to if you like pools (they have a proper swimming pool, plus a plunge pool for cooling off after a stint in one of the three Turkish hot rooms). People – including lots of local men – come here for no-nonsense treatments (like the Hot Towels Treatment ) at affordable prices, including wraps, facials and massages. The spa has alternate male and female only days 6 days a week so check in advance before visiting. They alo have an couples day once per week.

Check out this article if you like random facts about fake houses at 23 and 24 Leinster Gardens:

My fist blog post

Hello, this is my first blog post, I’m so excited!
I have head this website now year and I kept meaning to start blogging but life seemed to always too busy.
The are so many things related to the massage I would like to write about and I am really looking forward to sharing them with you here on my blog.

Another reason I wanted to write this blog is because it would really like to document my person journey in learning more about Tantra. As mentioned on my about my massage page my main experience is in therapeutic massage which I have more than eight years of experience in and I have been providing erotic massage for only the last few years of those.
For quite some time I really felt that my erotic massage was amazing enough and that as an experienced massage therapist and as a very sensual woman by nature there nothing new that could be taught to me, but lately I have been more and more curious about what new things I can learn.

Recently I have been learning more about Tantric techniques which has added a whole new dimension to the massage experience that I provide. Tantra is so much more than just a few new massage techniques and I feel that I am discovering a whole new way of thinking about the body.

I am currently reading a few books on Tantra and I’m looking forward to sharing the new things I learn in this blog with you and hopefully one day I get to demonstrate them properly during a massage is well!

One of the things I have learnt is that original Tantra from many years ago has very little to do with the type of tantra practiced today in the West. The Tantra we we are the most familiar with has actually been invented by several different teachers in the West. I am currently in the process process reading about this at the moments, and I look forward to sharing my findings in another blog posts with you soon.