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I absolutely love being able to share all of my resources so openly on this platform. It's so exciting to see how many people have hit my pearltrees. On that note, I do decline most team up requests unless from people I work on projects with locally.

It's nothing personal, I just need to maintain sole editing power over this content so that my local shibari group can utilize it. But you can pick away! Yukinga do a Osada Ryu Futomomo zuri. Yukinga do a Osada Ryu Futomomo zuri. Yukinaga do a Osada Ryu Futomomo technical. Swiss Seat. Swiss Seat. Crash Restraint : Version 3 Chest-loading Takate Kote. I have previously posted two TK variations designed to transfer load from the arms to the chest.

Crash Restraint : Version 3 Chest-loading Takate Kote

I won't repeat the justification for why you might want this, but will briefly remind you: these ties are hopefully safer than traditional variations, but still may be highly dangerous, particularly if misused; pay careful attention, use good judgment, and above all seek qualified in-person instruction before attempting to use these for suspension. Over the past year and a half or so, since originally publishing a CTK, I have continued to experiment with various designs based on the same principles. My currently preferred variation generally requires at least 3 ropes, due to an unusual start which I'll explain the reasons for at the bottom, once you've seen what I'm talking about.

Thanks to Alice Kingsnorth for modeling in these videos, and to all those who have assisted me in development and testing of this tie. Notice how loose the horizontal wraps around the arms are. Crash Restraint : Attaching Support Lines. When attaching support lines to a harness for suspension, I use a novel method that people frequently ask me about, and I've been meaning to document for a long time.

Crash Restraint : Attaching Support Lines

How I Coil My Rope. Fast and Easy Life Saving Bowline Knot. Kinbaku - Shibari - Japanese Rope ARt - Nawakesho - Nawa Shibari - Rope Dojo - Nawa Dojo. Bondage Project Public. Marai Masato wrist tie. Bondage Tutorials on the Web. Copenhagen shibari dojo. How to store rope in a shibari style figure of 8 hank. Japanese bondage night.

'performance' column tie. SimpleViewer. Lewbari Hip Harness. Permalink: Codes: Rope Suspension Models: Mick Luvbight This is Mick Luvbight's variant of Lew Rubens' Lewbari™ Hip Harness.

Lewbari Hip Harness

Note that Lewbari is a trademark of Lew Rubens, and is used with permission. THEORY: This is a hip harness rope tie used for suspension. The thigh bands are below the crotch to avoid pressure on the femoral artery (reducing the chance of Harness Hang Syndrome). Although we'll show the handles being tied on the back of the body for a face-down suspension, the same tie can be used to make handles on the front of the body for a face-up suspension or on the side of the hip for a sideways suspension. Web site contents Copyright © 2003-2013 by Mick Luvbight. Wp-content/uploads/2010/03/tonyBuff_presentation_bcbt_handout_clr.pdf. Nemuri shibari. Nemuri shibari This is a variation I came up with while wanting a tie that could be done in bed without having to pass rope under the body while the person being tied is lying face down.

Nemuri shibari

I’ve called this nemui shibari because I happened to know that 眠い(nemui) is the Japanese for sleepy. This may btw. be a terrible name for this but it’s what I made up off the top of my head because the tie was thought up while tying someone who was sleepy. My sincere thanks to Hajime Kinoko san for correcting my Japanese in the naming of this tie. The first time I taught this tie was at the London festival of the art of Japanese bondage.

Hon Kikkou. Wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Esinem-style-takate.pdf. Style box-tie (takate-kote) I spent this afternoon photographing and documenting the 30 steps of my own box-tie this afternoon.

style box-tie (takate-kote)

It is the culmination of a series of experiments to come up with a version that doesn’t use conventional cinches, yet has sufficient stability and benefits from the comfort factor of an extra upper wrap. Why did I bother? Firstly, out of a desire to do something quite different from the ubiquitous Kanna/Akechi derivatives that are being taught by Osada/Kinoko and their disciples. I should hasten to say that I am not pitching my version against these tried and tested solutions or claiming any degree of superiority. However much I might love it, it’s just that there is a limit to how many times I can see it or do it and remain interested, sometimes you just need something new…a bit like being married really Albeit owing much to Kazami Ranki’s first-hand tuition, it also combines elements drawn from studying the work of such notables as Yukimura. Bondage Project Memberbereich. Japanese Rope ARt - Tutorials - Nawa Dojo. \\ Japan Rope. Arizona Bound. Just one shot.

Arizona Bound

That’s what I believe it will take for us to become your only stop for all of your rope bondage needs. I fully believe that if you give us the chance you will find a better quality rope for a much more affordable cost when compared to the major rope distributors on the net. Just give us try. I want rope buying to be easy for everyone. No matter your skill or experience level. Could I have? I have spent lots of money to purchase rope from several different sites that sell rope bondage on the web. If you aren’t sure what you want, or need, or if you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Category:Tie - BeKnotty. From BeKnotty Welcome to's Wiki There are a lot of great sources for information on rope bondage; websites, on line tutorials, videos , books and so on.

Category:Tie - BeKnotty

However they are scattered everywhere and finding them is often an overwhelming task. This is where comes into play. How To... Tutorials. Kinbaku / Shibari Terms by Tatu. Return to Home | Tutorials Glossary Terms Related to Japanese Shibari / Kinbaku / Bondage Compiled by Tatu (c) 1999 / 2005 Please Note: I began compiling this glossary in August 1999 in an effort to first gain understanding of the Shibari / Kinbaku world for myself and also share what I have learned to the west.

Kinbaku / Shibari Terms by Tatu

At the time as far as I know beyond a handful of terms defined in a few other websites, this was the first attempt to provide a major glossary of Japanese Shibari / Kinbaku terms in the west. Two Knotty Boys Instructional Video Set for Download. Two Knotty Boys are rope bondage riggers and instructors known worldwide for their commonsense-yet-whimsical style, as well as for clear, concise, well-narrated book and video instruction.

Two Knotty Boys Instructional Video Set for Download

While their books are available for sale, they have made their videos available free to the public for many years through whatever servers would carry them, most recently YouTube. In September 2008, YouTube suspended the TKB account, citing "flagging" by other users for content, even though these instructional videos show absolutely no nudity or violence of any kind. Most don't even include a model at all - they're all about the rope. The Two Knotty Boys have requested that anyone willing to make their videos available free of charge to everyone who can benefit from them - by filesharing, bittorrent, even by burning dvds - should please do so, to preserve and protect their labor of love.

Please enjoy their work, share it with others, and play safe: Crash Restraint. When attaching support lines to a harness for suspension, I use a novel method that people frequently ask me about, and I've been meaning to document for a long time.

Crash Restraint

Serendipitously, I ran into Kali from Kink Academy a few months ago at Wicked Grounds, and she asked me to film some instructional videos for them on suspension -- so I managed to slip this in there, and they've graciously agreed to allow me to use screenshots from those videos to illustrate a blog post here. This method was inspired by the Tatu hitch , during a Fetlife discussion whose details are now murky in my memory -- in any case credit is due both Tatu and Jack Elfrink for making me aware of that knot, upon which this is based.

Things needing names, and this technique using the first half of a Tatu hitch, I suppose we could call it the half-Tatu hitch.