Just a Pinch: Needle Play 101 w/ Sir Brian
Take your medical play to the next level with this comprehensive introduction to play piercing. In this course, we will explore several aspects of needle play, beginning with theory and safety basics. Students will learn about the different techniques and their applications, and will be able to safely practice and experience these during class. From decorative to sadistic, needle play is an amazing creative form of play, and is a great addition to the skillset of any BDSM player!
Comfortable, non-flowing clothes are recommended. Sleeveless tops or low necklines are recommended for those wishing to experience their first play piercing.
This is a hands-on instructional workshop. Attendees are expected to touch the instructor's demo bottom as they learn the techniques. A policy of enthusiastic consent is enforced.
Students will be able to practice their skills on a demo bottom, or experience the sensation themselves if they choose at the hands of Sir Brian, but they will not be able to practice on each other.
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 and lifestyle Dominant, BDSM artist, alt-sex consultant and teacher. His journey in BDSM began in London of 2011 and has since grown his skills with kinksters from all walks of life. Sir Brian often is found participating in demos, performances, classes, and panels throughout Philadelphia and its neighboring areas. Many of his learned experiences are shared at multitudes of venues and events, from Lafayette University and the Leather Leadership Conference, to Outfest, Floating World, PLPN, and others. Sir Brian been helping people discover new facets of themselves at the Kink Shoppe since 2014. His specialties includes corporal punishment, and he has a strong dislike of kimchi. More on Sir Brian can be found on his website, PhillySir.com
Kink Shoppe (View)
126 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|