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As others step forward and place crystals and items of jewellery, I look on bewildered. We start by doing a school-like energy experiment, led by Guy, before going around the room, introducing ourselves and saying what we want to get from the evening.The answers range from my ‘curiosity’, to one guy who was brave enough to admit he’s ‘here to find a partner’.The bold 50-something lady gives a frank ‘I want a lover’.As does the late 40-something man that she towers over next to her. Despite the palpable nerves in the room, everyone seems to give an honest and straight answer. Am I meant to keep repeating the same thing over and over, or keep imagining up other lovely things to say about this complete unknown before me? You can opt out of any of the exercises but I don’t want to be ‘that’ person.

Before I attend I’m told the dress code is ‘celebratory casual’. The majority of men look like they work in IT and have come from the office.

I might as well have walked in on my parents doing it.

But, if Tantra is really about connection and being present in the moment – giving your partner your full attention – I’m not surprised they have such a great time between the sheets.

‘I’m not really sure what to expect,’ I overhear a man say nervously to the woman sitting next to him.

I can’t see him – he’s sitting behind a bookcase stacked with yoga mats – and I daren’t lean forward to peek – but I’m with him.

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