Peer workshop Shibaricon liftoff fun

May 2, 2007 at 2:27 pm (class, general)

If you’ve been to any of my classes or hung out after a show, I’m sure you’ve heard me mention the Rope Bondage Peer Workshop held every first Monday at the Citadel. (see sfrope.org for details) It’s a great place to practice your skills, meet other rope nuts, or get together to play with a new partner in an open, well-lit, safe environment. They like a $5-$10 donation, but no one is turned away for lack of funds.

I’ll be dropping by this coming Monday, (May 7) and leading an informal mini-workshop of the two basic knots that I use for almost all of my ties. The infamous and fugly named “Boola Boola” and the “quick tie.” If you’ve taken my very basic class and want to step up a bit, or taken my intro class and want to refresh, this is a great way to do so. If you are going to Shibaricon and want to make sure you can dive right into the intermediate classes, mastering these two knots will give you a very good start. I’ll even have plenty of good rope to loan out.

What’s Shibaricon? It’s the largest bondage-focused convention in the US, held in Chicago over Memorial Day weekend. I’m teaching 4 classes, and would love to see as many familiar faces as possible. In fact, see www.shibaricon.com for the latest news. Only 2 weeks left to register…

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