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Killing Kittens and Anna Noctuelle present a 3-part workshop series of Shibari - The Art of Japanese Rope Bondage.
It is recommended to attend all 3 workshops in order, as there is a lot to learn and they compliment each other nicely, however you are still welcome to attend 1 or 2.
£95 for 1 workshop or £250 for all 3 workshops.
Please come with a partner you trust, enjoy being intimate and honest with.
Workshop II – Skill
In this second installment of the three-part workshop you will learn the most quintessential and iconic tie in Shibari, the Takate Kote (or TK). Everything starts and ends with the TK. We’ll introduce you to the principles and basic pattern of the two-rope Takate Kote but also show you how important it is to find the right intention, mindset and attitude. You will learn about tension, rope flow and versatility of this tie but also about communication, safety and anatomy.
Prerequisites: We’re happy for you to join, even if you haven’t attended the first workshop in this series if you are confident in tying a single column tie.
What to bring: min. 2-3 lengths of Shibari rope (6mm Jute or Hemp rope). Shibari rope is available from various sources. One London source is: https://shibaristore.com
What to wear: Usually people wear comfortable clothing like yoga or dance attire that allows you to move freely. Avoid loose fitting or movement restricting clothes and underwired bras.
Anna Noctuelle discovered Shibari - the Art of Japanese Rope Bondage - over a decade ago and has worked with this art form as a model, performer and teacher. She has collaborated with riggers and artists from all over the world for workshops, photo shoots and performances.
With her background in classical ballet and as a yoga practitioner, Anna has exceptional body awareness skills in ropes and suspension. This and her interest in Buddhism and spiritual development influence her aesthetic and philosophical approach to Shibari.
About Killing Kittens: Killing Kittens put on all sorts of different workshops and talks... Where they have joined forces with educators and free-thinkers to educate open-minded people about the world of sex, hedonism and exploration. Topics vary from female biology and orgasms to bondage, mindfulness, meditation and massage. Specialists relative to each subject start the evening with a combination of talks, presentations and exercises which generally lead to further exploration through open discussion.
Our different events include:
Talkks - open to both women and men dedicated to teaching you all something new
Bookklub - a night where woman can connect with other like-minded women
Mantalkk - a mens only night for men to discuss real man stuff
Workkshops - our hands-on, interactive events to teach new skills and practices.
Killing Kittens Social Parties - our social nights at venues around London designed for you to meet new people and have a fabulous Kurious night.
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