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. I’ve called this nemui shibari because I happened to know that 眠い(nemui) is the Japanese for sleepy. Bondage Project - Tips and Tricks Bondage How To / Tips and Tricks / About a good Ambient Here you find a link to Esinems Tutorial about Safty and Bondage 1. Tutorials - Standard Bondages 1.1.
Diamond Chest Harness Permalink: Codes: Rope Suspension The Diamond Chest Harness Mick developed the Diamond Chest Harness as an alternative to the standard horizontally wrapped harness. Diamond Foot Cuff Permalink: Codes: Feet Rope The Diamond Foot Cuff Mick developed the Diamond Foot Cuff in 2004, based on a tie seen in one of our earliest galleries, Rope Bondage: Ankle Binding (Dec. 2003). This three-wrap ankle tie is eerily similar to the Gravity Boot later documented by Jack Elfrink. Jack told me that the the three-wrap version he describes had been used in Germany for a long time.
Karada Karada (Full Body) A classic tie that is attractive and a great anchor for additional layers and ties. Its diamond patterns and tight lacing is lovely and stimulating for both parties. Level: IntermediateType: TieTime: 15-20Length: 30'(10m)Style: JapaneseGoal: Attractive style box-tie (takate-kote) I spent this afternoon photographing and documenting the 30 steps of my own box-tie this afternoon. 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.
How to Tie a Star-Shaped Harness This fun and unusual rope harness is quite lovely to look at. It's also surprisingly easy to make, and works well on both men and women. Like other body harnesses, it doesnot restrict movement by itself, but it can be used to attach other ropes to if you want tokeep your partner from moving around too much. This harness can be made with just about any kind of rope. For this tutorial, I used cheap cottom/poly clothesline from a dollar store. Hon Kikkou Hon Kikkou As I understand it, "Hon Kikkou" translates as "The Official Tortoise Shell". This is an attractive and rare tie that I ran across on the Angle Rope website years ago. I have not seen it anywhere since and thought I would add it to my site so that it is not lost to the community. Level: AdvancedType: TieTime: 15-20Length: 50'(17m)+Style: JapaneseGoal: AttractiveBodyType: Flexible 1.Start with a standard Lark's Head knot, wrapped around the waist, just below the rib cage
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. 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.
Bondage 101: Tie a Shinju Breast Harness In this tutorial, we'll learn how to tie a simple breast harness. In Japanese bondage (or "shibari"), this type of harness is called a "shinju." A shinju can be applied to just about any woman, though most shinju harnesses don't work well on men. 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.
Bondage 101: How to Tie a Karada 1 In Japan, bondage enthusiasts often practice a form of artistic rope bondage called "shibari." Shibari involves the use of elaborate rope harnesses that are quite beautiful, and the look very complex and difficult to create. Some forms of shibari are quite difficult to master, but the truth is that you can learn to create basic rope harnesses very quickly and easily...and the best part is, you don't even need to be able to tie a knot! You can learn to tie the harness shown here in about fifteen or twenty minutes, and there's not a single knot in it. Part I: Making a Basic Rope Harness In shibari, a rope harness that wraps around the torso is called a "karada."
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. 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. Thanks also to Mecha-Kate for modeling for these. The full video version, in two parts, is here and here on Kink Academy.
Bondage 101: How To Tie Someone Up Tying people up is fun! Here’s how to do it for the first time. Communication is the key to all kinky play, and it’s absolutely essential here. Before any actual bondage takes place, talk to your activity partner about what you like, what you want to try, what you would be willing to try if they’re into it and what’s off limits.