Based on ancient Taoist Sexual Practices and the contemporary works of Mantak Chia and the Neo-Tantra movement, the idea of Multi-Orgasm embraces the notion that one can reach extended pleasure and spiritual states that surpass the momentary ecstasy of a singular ejaculatory orgasm. Moreover, not only multiple peaks within a lovemaking session are possible, but also experiencing multiple types of orgasms, including non-ejaculatory orgasms.
The core concept of this Taoist practice is to cultivate and channel sexual energy (Orgasmic Chi or Sexual Chi) to reach an expanded state of body awareness and pleasure, and increased spiritual consciousness. In addition, Sexual Chi is used to create a better physical health, longevity (prolonged life), and an improved vitality and creativity.
For both men and women it can mean being able to experience the full range of orgasmic potential, full-body orgasms, and make love longer and more intensely. Other benefits are thought to be the enhancement of vital energy and vigor, keeping the sexual organs healthy and optimally functional, and strengthening the pelvic floor muscles.
In the work as presented by Mantak Chia, Karsai Massage, Genital Massage, Chi Nei Tsang Massage, Healing Love through the Tao, and Sexual Qigong play an important role to unlock Multi Orgasmic potential.
Multi-Orgasmic concepts and bodywork can also be found in the work of, for instance, Joseph Kramer (Taoist Erotic Massage, Lingam Massage and Yoni Massage) and Andreas Rothe (Tantra Massage and Yin-Yang Massage).