Self tying as solo play with Ceci Ferox
TIME & PLATFORM
SELF TYING AS A SOLO PLAY
About Ceci Ferox:
Ceci Ferox is a sexologist, kink activist, and rope nerd from Helsinki, Finland. They have been organizing rope events and teaching shibari since 2014.
Ceci teaches Japanese rope bondage at Helsinki Shibari events and internationally from top, bottom and switch perspectives. They like to focus on elements of technique and communication rather than patterns and sequences. When teaching and organizing events, they draw on their expertise as a community educator to bring people together.
"My goal is to create safer spaces for people to communicate through rope."
What you will learn:
In this workshop, we will explore self-tying as a form of play, a session for one. The workshop will include information, conversations and suggestions for experiments around solo play.
We will work on recognizing our needs around solo play, connection to yourself and others, negotiation and aftercare. We will talk about different forms of solo play with rope: sexual, expressive, exhibitionistic, emotional, acrobatic, learning-oriented...
There will be some tying exercises that we do together at the workshop as well as some ideas or prompts for your next self-tying session(s). We will also take a look at safety around self-tying and self-suspension.
The goal of the workshop is to know yourself better so you can use self-tying as a tool for the kind of play you crave and as a form of self-care. The workshop will also offer you a moment of getting into your body and having a break for breathing.
What you need to know before this class:
You will need the number of rope pieces that you usually need when self-tying depending on your own style and skill level.
You need to be mindful and self-aware of your own level of knowledge and skills when practising and following exercises during the class. As we will keep the level open for all levels above total beginners, which you need to know basic knots, single column and double column, and basic frictions at least, and a minimal understanding of risks and injuries related to Shibari.
This class will be recorded and published between 48-72 hours after its end, and the class recording will be available online for 30 days for students to watch as many times as they want during this period. Only the teacher camera will be recorded. We highly recommend attend the class live and ask as many questions as possible to be shown and answered so it's included in the recording afterwards.
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