From Harness to Hog Tie: Intermediate Rope Bondage
So you know your rope basics: you've tied a cuff or two, you've made some cool rope gauntlets, and you have a grasp on how to restrain your partner's limbs. What next? Join Sir Brian as he takes you through how to tie harnesses, limb restraints, hogties, and decorative ties that will keep your partner nice and secure for long nights to come.
This is the second in a series of rope bondage workshops at the Kink Shoppe. Prior knowledge of basic ties and safety is recommended. The introductory-level course is being offered on September 20. A combo 101/201 ticket is available.
This is an intermediate-level workshop. It is recommended you attend Picking Up the Ropes on first if you are not familiar with basic ties and practice. The following concepts should be known to ensure you can keep up: nerve locations, rope extension, square knot, belt lock, corset tie, Sommerville Bowline (single and double). There will be a 15-minute review of these concepts at the beginning of the workshop.
It is highly recommended you bring at least one 30' length and two 15' length of rope for this workshop (ideally, two 30' length and four 15' lengths). Rope is available for purchase at Kink Shoppe, and class attendees receive a same-day, one-time 10% discount on any purchase made.
Comfortable clothing should be worn. Those wishing to be tied should wear tight fitting clothing (not jeans).
This is a hands-on instructional workshop. Attendees should feel comfortable touching/being touched while learning the ropes.
*Your ticket to the workshop also gets you 10% Off your same-day in-store purchase (One-time use only per ticket.)*
Sir Brian is a professional BDSM artist and alt-sex consultant and teacher. He discovered his love of all things sensually painful in London a couple of years ago, and has been on an obsessive quest for blood and tears ever since. He can easily be found "doing stuff" and "seeing things."
Kink Shoppe (View)
126 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|