Holiday closure… and things to look forward to in 2017

Hello Anatomites!

Thank you for an extraordinarily fabulous year, for your support, your smiles, your kind words and the beautiful ropey memories. We cannot wait for 2017 and will continue to endeavor to deliver you the best possible classes, invite the best presenters and improve the space for your ropey journeys.

The studio is now closed for Holidays until January 9th. When we return, reinvigorated and ready for action, we will announce our complete 2017 schedule.

You can expect lots of exciting classes by world class presenters, including self-suspension classes which you have been asking us about so much! We also have the pleasure to announce the introduction of shibari courses which allow you to pursue a set of progressive classes that work you from the very beginning up to suspensions and transitions. These won’t be easy but if you like the challenge and are committed to learning and practicing, this is for you!

We are also excited to introduce a new suspension focused event aptly named ‘The Floating World’ which is a semi-curated creative event for those wishing to delve deeper into the experience. You bring the ropes, we bring the inspiration.

Lastly but not least, we will be bringing you a new performance night called A l c h e m i e where we aim to push the boundaries of rope and shibari. Think ‘immersion’, ‘audience participation’ and ‘interactive experiences’. More on this soon, but if you are an artist are interested, get in touch!

Drawn to Rope will of course continue running, under the wonderful creative hands of InkyLayla, and we cannot wait to see what beautiful art will come out of it in 2017.

Our #RopeTalk will also continue running after enjoying such a successful string of topics in 2016, and it will happen every other month in 2017 starting in February.

Our Rope Jams will of course continue as usual, twice per week on Tuesday and Thursday. The first one in January 10th, so come out and play with us!

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