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Lose your minds’ and come to your senses - Shibari and sensual play
Love is in the sensual details and in this workshop not only do we play with rope, we also introduce other tools to awaken and tickle your senses. Come and play with wax and breath, scent and touch, sound and taste, restriction and embrace for a journey where you can lose your mind and come to your senses.
Shibari can be a great way to help improve your sexual experience. It can be a practice to achieve deep, ecstatic and meaningful play with your partner.
Please come with a partner you trust and want to get physically intimate with.
In this workshop we’ll explore the possibilities of conscious intimacy with the help of rope and we’ll teach you some simple but effective ties that are sustainable and fun to play with in the bedroom.
(Ticket price is for a couple, and admits 2 of you.)
What to wear:
You are welcome to wear whatever you feel comfortable in! Most people change into something like yoga/dance attire. Loose fitting clothing can get in the way and tight non-stretch clothing like jeans can restrict movement. We don’t object nudity, we just ask you to respect other people around you.
What to bring:
Please bring minimum 2 lengths of Shibari rope (5-6 mm jute or hemp rope). There are several online sources you can purchase these from, for example: https://shibaristore.com
If you have any other tools/toys you want to incorporate into your play or have questions about, please feel free to bring these along as well.
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, photoshoots 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.