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Complex Harnesses 13th July (recording)

This class offers a series of complex harnesses that require elaborately designed structures that seek to broaden the technical understanding of the rope. These structures are often more comfortable for possible suspensions and create a greater sense of restraint.

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Complex Harnesses 13th July (recording)
Complex Harnesses 13th July (recording)

TIME & PLATFORM

Jul 13, 2023, 12:00 PM GMT+2 – Jul 20, 2023, 2:30 PM GMT+2

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COMPLEX HARNESSES

By purchasing a ticket for this class you will have access to the recording of the class.

This class offers a series of complex harnesses that require elaborately designed structures that seek to broaden the technical understanding of the rope. These structures are often more comfortable for possible suspensions and create a greater sense of restraint.

LIVE When:

13 July 12:00-14:30 CEST/GMT+2 (Spain time).

What you will learn:

- Step-by-step demonstration of trunk, leg, and hip harnesses.

- Explanation of anatomy, possible risks of injury, and how to mitigate them.

- Demonstration of the attachment of lines to each harness taught.

*No harness that includes the arms of the person tied in will be included so that self-tying is possible. But each student can explore and explore these variations if needed in their own practice.

All practical exercises will be shown in different ways. These examples are for practice and to help improve technical skills and understanding of the technique explained.

For whom:

This class is ideal for anyone who wants to learn Shibari slightly more advanced level with previous knowledge and practice in basic concepts.

The content and exercises shown are suitable for both people in couples and for people on their own self-tying.

Combination:

We recommend you attend this class together with the Minimalist Harnesses (6th July) which is a slightly less advanced class that can be taken both together as a progressive program to learn and understand how classic harnesses are constructed. However, if you are a total beginner, please do not join this class, a "Shibari Intro" would be more appropriate with a "Frictions Study" online class is more suitable for newcomers. 

We offer a package with a discounted price if you join both classes.

Requirements:

This class is not suitable for inexperienced beginners, you should know before attending this practical class the basic knowledge below.

- Practical communication skills for negotiation and consent in Shibari.

- Understanding safety tips to minimize accidents and injuries while tying/being tied.

- Anatomy knowledge of the tied body and how to recognize signs of common hazards.

- How to tie the single-column tie and double-column tie with a complex knot, e.g. the Somerville Bowline knot. Basic friction, complex frictions (X, L, Half Moon, and Infinity).

- Knowing how to use the rope fluently on the body and how to handle the body tied/self-tied.

Materials:

- You will need your own ropes (3-4 ropes) and safety scissors. The ropes should be made of jute or hemp, 7 to 8 meters long, and 5 to 6 millimeters thick.

- Something to take note of.

More information:

- The class recording will be available for 15 days after being post-produced and emailed, post-production may take several days to be done, so please be patient. make sure your email is correct!!!!!

- Only Pauline's camera will be recorded.

- This class is not intended to be followed but we recommend attending live for questions and further requests for information.

TICKETS

  • Regular ticket

    This is a regular-price ticket available until is sold out. Class recordings available.

    €44.00
    +€1.10 service fee
  • Minimalist & Complex PACK

    This is a special offer pack for the Minimalist Harnesses & Complex Harnesses class for a discounted price. Limited. Class recordings available.

    €69.00
    +€1.73 service fee

Total

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