Sunday, August 26 2018
5:00pm - 7:30pm

Singles Rope Bondage Class & Mixer presented by Topologist


Don't miss the workshop that sells out every time!

This class is designed for those who would like to learn rope bondage, but may not have a regular tying partner.

You will rotate between attendees, while learning a variety of simple and effective bondage techniques. After the class, you will be able to mingle with fellow attendees & continue to practice (7:30-8pm)!

Please note:
-All bodies, genders and sexualities are welcome.
-Please come openminded to work with anyone, regardless of their gender identity and sexual orientation.
-Couples are welcome, but you will be asked to tie with others.
-No prior experience is needed to attend.
-Please bring one 30' piece of 1/4" diameter rope; avoid rope that is very rough, has a core, or is black. Here is a link to affordable rope from Kink Store. There will be a limited amount of loaner rope.
-Please bring a yoga mat if you have knee or back sensitivities and would like to double up with with the foam mats which are already provided for class.
-Wear comfortable clothing, which allows you to move freely.
-Class is limited to 34 attendees. Please RSVP in advance to secure your reservation(s).
-Live demo of all concepts.

About the Instructor:
Topologist is the founder of Crash Restraint, a free online instructional database of over 200 ties, and creator of the Core Rope Curriculum, a modern educational system for bondage built from the ground up for safety, diversity, and effectiveness. He has invented numerous new techniques, most famously the Somerville Bowline, which since its introduction in 2009 has become perhaps the most widely taught tie of non-Japanese origin. He is the facilitator of Rope Bite SF, and lives in the Mission District of San Francisco, where he teaches weekly classes.

In teaching rope, Topologist also draws upon his expertise as a photographer, engineer, climber, yogi, and aerialist; he encourages students to explore the mechanics, aesthetics, and experience of bondage from multiple angles, simultaneously developing muscle memory, intuition, and rational understanding. His classes are intensively hands-on while being structured to support multiple learning styles. Topologist's non-dogmatic approach to rope places risk awareness and adaptability at the center of the process, allowing challenging ties to be performed while honoring a bottom's limitations and avoiding unnecessary hazards.

-You must be 18+ with valid photo ID. NO EXCEPTIONS.
-No outside food or alcoholic beverage.
-Arrive on time. Any guests arriving late may not be permitted to enter. Please understand that is in effort to not disturb our intimate workshop setting. You cannot miss the safety discussion at the beginning of this workshop.
-This location is wheelchair accessible.

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