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Bondage Project - Tips and Tricks

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. Gallery 1.2. Gallery 1.3.1. Gallery 1.3.2. Gallery 1.3.4. Gallery 1.4. Gallery 1.5. Gallery 1.6. Gallery 1.7.1. Gallery 1.7.2. Gallery 1.8. Gallery 1.9. Gallery 2. To tie up the partner is something that doesn't always have to happen in reality. But, like with all journeys: You should at least know beforehand that you want to make this journey, and where to go at least basically. As a preparation it's a good idea to read one of the bondage guides at the market. A short while ago the following happened to me: After a bondage session one of my bondage victims complained about a numb feeling of the right hand. What happened was this: The nerve normally running along the inner part of the arm by her was more to the side. The human body is no machine - and it's as individual as the personality it accomodates. 3. Related:  ropesTechniques ShibariJapanese rope art

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

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. By cross the rope bands between the breasts, the center of support is moved upwards onto her sternum, making this more comfortable (other women besides Dee had found this helpful in suspension, also). Given the variety of body shapes and sizes, the more styles of chest harness you know, the more likely you are to find one that works well with your model. Web site contents Copyright © 2003-2013 by Mick Luvbight.

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. Thanks also to Mecha-Kate for modeling for these. Single Point Attachment, with Carabiner Starting with the bight end of a doubled rope, form a new double-bight and pass that under the point you are attaching to, while keeping the center-bight on the side it started on: Hanger, with Carabiner

Hon Kikkou Hon Kikkou Tortoise Shell Advanced Rope Lesson by Tatu (c) 2001, Revised 2007 Model - "yumi" Photos by Quietmstr (c) 2005 Tatu Publications This is probably one of the loveliest designs to learn. It is called a "Hon Kikkou". Please Note: Unfortunately the word "kikkou" has been misused in the west to describe diamond shaped patterns on the body which would more accurately be called a "hishi". All content & design © 1995-2020, TPPI and its affiliates and assigns and licensors, unless otherwise noted. "DsARts", "The Academy of DsARts", "Academy of D/s Arts, Japanese Rope ARt, and "The ARt of Geisha", "The Geisha Files", "The Way of Rope" are copyright titles, logos and signatures of TPPI. Unauthorized use is a willful infringement upon my rights under 17 U.S.C. All Models are at least 21 years old.

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. Mick developed his original tie based on a decorative rope technique he learned from Lew Rubens at Kink in the Caribbean 3 (hence the rope "Rose" on the top of the foot). The diamond foot cuff is much more comfortable for tying feet to bedposts or other attachment points, since there are no knots or pressure points on the side of the ankle, and the force is directed from under the sole parallel to the leg bones. Web site contents Copyright © 2003-2013 by Mick Luvbight.

Complete Shibari 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. There aren't any knots in this harness, except at the very end, so it's perfect for folks who don't know how to tie knots. This harness starts out with a simple shinju, even simpler than the one that I talk about here. First, find the center point of the rope. Bring the rope back around behind your partner's back, under your partner's arm... ...and pass it through the loop you've already made. From there, it goes up over one shoulder and back down between the breasts or the center of the chest. If you want to make a shinju, that's it, you're done.

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 1.This tie runs from the shoulders all the way to the ankles. 2.This tie uses a touch over twice the amount of rope as the regular Karada. 3.The first layer is to tie the ankles together. 4.If you don't already know how to do this, jump out to the "Classic Two-Column Tie" instructions. 5.Place the center loop at the back of the neck. 6.Drape the prepared rope over shoulders as shown. 7.The gap we put between the two series of knots is going to be wrapped around the ankle tie. 8.Go under the ankle tie 9.And over the top 10. 11.When you are at about hip level, you stop putting knots at regular intervals and add one more optional knot that is intended to be positioned on the clit to make the dress more interesting or the wearer

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. Making a Simple Shinju The style of shinju shown here is very simple, and easy to learn. The shinju shown here can be made in only a few minutes. Just like with a karada, you'll start your shinju by locating the middle of the rope. When you've done this, you'll have a piece of rope going around your partner just below the breasts, and two pieces of rope hanging over her shoulders, as the first part of the picture below illustrates. At this point, you'll have two pieces of rope hanging down your partner's back. Now you're almost finished. When you're done, the shinju should look like this from the front: There are all sorts of things you can do from this point, especially if you're using a 20' or 25' length of rope rather than a 10' length.

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 2.Wrap around once 3.Pull the trailing ends through the bight 4.Loop around and through the wrap you just completed 5.Pull the rope straight up and put an overhand knot by the breastbone 6.Lay one strand over each shoulder 7.Cross the strands behind 8.Cross the arms and wrap the rope ends underneath them 9.Bring the ends to the front and thread through rope near the neck 10.Pull the ends out so that the rope line forms a "U" shape 11.Lock this position by threading the ends under the rope you just tightened 21.

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." A basic karada can be made with a length of rope about 25' long. First, find the center point of the rope. Bring the two ends of the rope between the person's legs... ...then up and apart on the other side. See? As you might imagine, you'll do this same thing one more time. It's exactly as simple as it looks. What you'll need

Chinese Rope Art 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. The best rope for bondage is thick cotton or silk, as neither material slides or moves around too much once you tie it off. And unlike other types of toys, rope is multi-purpose. Before you begin to tie someone up, keep the following safety tips in mind: + Keep the rope loose enough that you can work two fingers between the rope and your activity partner’s skin. + Check circulation often by looking for areas of skin that might be turning blue or white. + Never tie rope in a way that might restrict someone’s ability to breathe. + Never leave someone tied up alone. + Keep flat edged medical safety scissors near by in case you have to release someone quickly. 1. 2. 3.

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