Description

Shibari Rope Class | Play & Body Handling | Beginner Friendly

At this beginner-friendly rope class, we will be focusing on having fun and moving bodies around to create experiences. No prior experience is required, absolute beginners and improvers are welcome to join this class.

WHAT TO EXPECT

The focus for this class will be body handling. Part of tying is being able to communicate and negotiate, tie with rope, and holding space. But a significant component of creating a scene or having fun is being able to maneuver and handle a body in such a way that it adds to the experience

What we mean when we say “beginner” friendly: 
In a general context, a “beginner” refers to someone who is starting to learn or do something for the first time. It is commonly used to describe individuals who are new to a particular activity, skill, subject, or field. Beginners are typically at the initial stage of acquiring knowledge, gaining experience, and developing basic skills in the chosen area. We feel that being a beginner is a natural and often temporary phase in the learning process. It implies a level of unfamiliarity and a need for foundational knowledge and skills. Beginners may seek guidance, instruction, and practice to progress from the novice stage to a more advanced level of proficiency in their chosen pursuit.

There will also be limited space for experienced folks to tie if they do not want to participate in the tuition component, ask our team if you need any help. We encourage attendees to get input on their technique from more experienced riggers and bottoms.

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