From a private practice. Photo © Hazymirrors 

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Rope Bondage Events

Experience the art of Japanese Rope Bondage with Shibari.ph!
Introduction to Shibari
Rope Study Group
Rope Jams (Coming Soon)

Introductory Events

Our program, Learning the Ropes: Introduction to Shibari, offer curious newbies a friendly, fun, and safer venue to explore Japanese Rope Bondage for the first time. 

No previous experience with rope or BDSM needed!

Skillsharing Events

Our Rope Study Group shares lessons and exercises on various skills you might need for the kinds of bondage you’ll be doing. Currently, this includes topics such as: Flow, Fluency, and Function.

Practice Events

Rope Jams are a great way to practice what you’ve picked up or just see the different ways that others do bondage. Feel free to meet, tie with, or just chill with the locals. 🙂

The instructor, Dee, was surprisingly very approachable, was able to answer questions properly from the serious to the mundane and the whole event was very refreshing super inspiring and oddly relaxing.
JP

[I enjoyed t]he attention being given to each participant, making sure everyone is able to follow. Also, styles of instruction that cater to each participant’s preferred learning method… It was easy to follow and asking questions was encouraged. The topics themselves also made it not just about the patterns and techniques but also about the intent.

Silent
I love the one on ones. Dee makes it easy for students to ask questions without hesitations. Perfect for introverts like me.
F

I love that you made it a point to give each participant enough attention.

[I l]earned a lot even from the participants.

Anon
The topics were not as compacted, which gave us enough time to practice and actually learn what we needed. I like that minute details about aesthetics and rationale were given. I enjoyed the focus given on each person. The little history tidbits were also good.
Anon

You’ve created a very relaxed space that’s still conducive to learning. We don’t only learn how to do it, we learn why it’s done certain ways. It’s technical but not mechanical, fun and definitely something worth doing again.

Anon

I really enjoyed the reviews over safety concerns and going over the safest and practical areas to let the rope go over.

Anon