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Any workshop or private tuition will stem from what you're interested in learning, but you might find the following suggestions helpful:


Here we'll cover the basics of tying up hands, feet and the body for fun, control and dominance. We'll also cover how to use rope in the safest way possible and the vital role that the person being tied has in keeping themselves safe. These starting points open a lot of possibilities including bedroom bondage, BDSM play and freestyle rope.

Restraining a resisting partner/takedown play 

Having trained martial arts for many years, I teach classes on takedown and restraint for kinky play. The techniques I teach have been taken from martial arts and adapted for a kink-specific context. We'll go through methods of how to take someone down, hold them in place and restrain them whilst they're actively resisting.

Tying for pain, pleasure and connection 

Since I started tying, I've been fascinated by the possibilities that rope opens up and the array of styles and tones that are found in sessions. A good rope scene can be a gateway to pleasure, release and control. By using some basic components, body positions and leverage, you can create a rope scene which flows and evolves.

Pleasure and relaxation can be a lot more pleasurable and relaxing if they're contrasted with some nastiness. We can explore developing your scene using stress positions from mild to severe, to rope tricks which create huge amounts of pain in a safe way.

Iconic ties

Popular ties such as the takate-kote (box tie), futomomo (crooked leg tie), hishi TK, teppou (rifle tie), are elegant, beautiful and functional. We can explore the purpose, components and considerations of each tie and how to apply them in an enjoyable way.

Intro to suspension 

Because of the risks involved, suspension is a heavy topic. For someone who has never suspended before, we'd go through, 1. health and safety, 2. equipment/hard point considerations, 3. line management- tying off a test load and avoiding jams, 4. test suspensions/what to do if something goes wrong- simulating the worst case scenario of how to get someone to the ground safely if they become unable to support themselves, 5. A basic face up/down suspension. 6. How to vary this position and make it more interesting.

These skills are intended to give a grounding for more complex suspensions by giving confidence in handling loads.

Working in the air

Once the basics are established, we can explore suspensions which incorporate secondary elements such as, legbinders, futomomos and chest harnesses to create a variety of positions.


Bamboo can be added to simple ties as a finishing touch or incorporated into the structure of something more elaborate. Like rope, it's a flexible tool, opening the potential for support or for sadism.

Rope and photography

Scarlot Rose (an experienced model and photographer) and I, teach rope and photography. We run several workshops a year covering the aesthetics and connection of rope combined with photography.

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