På denne workshop viser vi to forskellige overkropsseler, der undgår en hænder-i-ryg-position. Dette workshop er ideelt for folk, der af en eller anden grund (skulderproblemer, begrænset fleksibilitet osv.) ikke kan komme i en boks-bindeposition. Det er også fantastisk at have et TK-alternativ i din værktøjstaske, hvis din model har brug for en pause fra potentielt stressende Gotes eller blot for at udforske forskellige former og æstetik.
Erfarings niveau for deltagere: du skal være i stand til at binde et enkelt søjlebånd og være lidt fortrolig med friktion
Hvad skal du medbringe: reb, en partner. Vi kan partner folk op på dagen, hvis du er tryg ved dette.
In this workshop we‘ll show two different upper body harnesses that avoid a hands-in-the-back-position. This is workshop is ideal for people who for some reason (shoulder problems, restricted flexibility etc) can‘t get into a box-tie position. It is also great to have a TK alternative in your tool bag if your model needs a break from potentially stressful Gotes or simply to explore different shapes and aesthetics.
Requirements for participants: you should be able to tie a single column tie and be somewhat familiar with frictioning
What to bring: rope, a partner. We can partner people up on the day if you are comfortable with this.
Anna Noctuelle discovered Shibari in 2004 and has worked with this art form as a model, performer and teacher across Europe and for internationally known riggers. With her background in classical ballet and as a yoga student, Anna Noctuelle has exceptional body awareness skills in ropes and suspension. Her background in dance and her interest in Buddhism and meditation also influence her aesthetic and philosophical approach to Shibari. She works with many different styles but her emotional home is Semenawa and Naka Ryu. For her, Kinbaku is a practice that can teach you life, vision and maybe even wisdom.
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Nik Yourknots has been interested in rope bondage for the last 6 years. His unique and eclectic style, with a focus on aesthetics and intention, stems from his training in three art institutions across Russia and the United Kingdom and the teachings of a variety of bondage artists from Europe, America and Asia. Nik’s versatile work ranges from photo and video to performance and installation art. His interests reach beyond bondage to include poetry, dance, sound and video design, all of which feed into his work as a shibari artist. Nik’s work has been featured in print, film, and events in the UK and internationally.