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Scots can enjoy sex like Sting for pounds 445.

Byline: MIKE MERRITT EXCLUSIVE

THE secrets of Sting's marathon sex sessions will be laid bare in a course at a new age retreat.

The singer is the world's most famous enthusiast of tantric sex which allows him to make love to wife Trudie Styler for five hours at a time.

Now, couples are signing up for the pounds 445 six-day course in the love- making techniques.

After being given lessons in the classroom, the couples will go to their bedrooms to do their "homework".

Eight couples have already signed up for the course, which begins in March at the New Age Findhorn Foundation in Moray.

It is the first time the college has held the Intimacy For Couples workshop, run by French- based Tantra experts Geho and Sarita.

The pair are founders of The School of Awakening and authors of Tantric Love.

Their book claims their meditation system can also help sort out sexual problems such as impotence and frigidity by "creating an awakening of sensitivity and pleasure throughout the entire body."

It even has a tantra training which promises: "The mystic lover resides in each one of us and the mystic union is the most blissful state of consciousness, the ultimate orgasm and the merging with the cosmos."

Geho, who is American, and French partner Sarita say that they want to share the methods of tantra "with lovers everywhere."

The Findhorn Foundation, whose supporters include Waterboy Mike Scott and actress Shirley MacLaine, says the course "can help a couple to deepen love and intimacy".

"Each day during the workshop, couples will go to the privacy of their bedrooms to practise Tantric partner meditations, which include love- making." says the workshop guide.

Geoffrey Colwill, the foundation's finance director, said: "We are expecting established couples in monogamous relationships but we do not have a vetting system over how long they have been together. This workshop is about the sacred practice of honouring one's partner."
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