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Introduction to Bottoming

This workshop is focused on bottoms and the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that we believe will help bottoms have a successful start in rope bondage. NOTE: This workshop is in development. Attached is the slide deck used in the first version of this workshop for reference. The slide deck alone is insufficient, but we provide …

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Rope 301

Rope 301 is a six-month, in-depth study of the fundamental concepts and skills of rope bondage suspension for both tops and bottoms. The main focus is on natural-fiber rope in the Japanese style (typically called shibari or kinbaku), but many of the concepts can be adapted for other styles. Adding suspension lines greatly increases the …

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Rope 201

Rope 201 is a six-month, in-depth study of the fundamental concepts and skills of rope bondage for both tops and bottoms. The main focus is on natural-fiber rope in the Japanese style (typically called shibari or kinbaku), but many of the concepts can be adapted for other styles. Rope bondage of the type we practice …

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Risk Profiles in Rope

NOTE: For now, this page only contains links to the resources that support our in-person workshop on negotiation and consent. You are welcome to download and copy these resources for your personal use. (However, please realize that some of the material may not make sense without the context in which they were delivered.) We hope to …

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Rope 101

NOTE: We are currently revising this course. Some sections are still blank, and others are incomplete. We hope to have the course completed and ready to deliver in-person instruction for the course by the Fall of 2019. If you’d like to be notified about site revisions or in-person offerings, be sure to subscribe to the …

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Flight Check

This workshop is designed to help both tops and bottoms improve their suspension work, whether they’re taking their first steps into partial suspension or already practicing full suspension. Below for your reference is the presentation we used during the workshop.