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Shibari Rope Jam | Tying & Bamboo

We are excited to host this jam with the theme of exploring bamboo in your ties. All skill levels are welcome at this jam, however, experience in confidently tying at least a single and double-column tie would be beneficial as this is a jam and not a workshop. If you are not able to confidently tie a single or double column, we urge you to alert our team on the day.

Taster jams are focused on creating a safe and educational space to explore rope among our space holders and peers which isn’t tuition-based. This means lower commitment while you figure out what rope is for you and how you would like to progress with it, if at all. We also hope to provide a calm and social space where you can have fun in a low-pressure environment.

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. This jam is open to all skill levels, but to fully enjoy some of the themed input we encourage attendees to brush up on their single and double-column skills.

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.

This jam will focus on using and tying with/on bamboo with some guidance from our team who are experienced in using this medium in tying. This is NOT a suspension jam. We encourage attendees to get input on their technique from more experienced riggers and bottoms.

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