Since the government has announced a lockdown we will extend our closure until April 13th (for now) and keep you posted on updates.
Our shop remains open for orders, and we’ll endeavour to get order out as quickly as we can – this is the best way to support us in this time, as this is now our only revenue stream. Plus our ropes are great and we have a sale on 🙂
Since we cannot welcome you into our physical space at the moment, we thought we would bring you a taste of Anatomie directly to your living room!
We are bringing you a taste of Anatomie directly to your living room! Since we cannot welcome you into our physical space at the moment, we have decided to give livestreaming a go. We hope you can join us and enjoy this new format.
How does it work?
1. Grab a ticket, 2. Get a password, 2. Join our private event channel at the designated time and date.
(Note we are in London, so all times listed are GMT/UTC +0).
We’re so excited about this fantastic article in the Evening Standard! It’s an honest and open minded no-nonsense article about our Thursday evening beginners classes and we are so proud to have been featured here. Thank you Molly for the write-up!
We added a new section to our website with some lighthearted and simple videos! Ideal for those who have been to our beginner classes and looking to job their memory or simply for those looking for a bit of inspiration.
They are not tutorials, just videos of us tying basic ties and simple patterns that we’ve come up with and experimented with.
We will post more in the months to come so keep checking back. In the meantime, if you are new or not-so-new but want to brush up and build on your skills, join us for our Thursday beginners nights or book onto our courses over here.
There are many ways to tie a safe and solid Takate Kote (also referred to as Gote or Box Tie). Here Anna Bones ties the first rope of a Takate Kote as tied in our Takate Kote classes and beginners classes. This is a good revision video, if you’ve attended our classes and need a bit of a reminder. Aspects shown: placing the hands, tying the single column tie, placement of the top wrap and tying the X-friction. This isn’t a tutorial, lots of things aren’t being shown and it’s definitely not a tie worthy of suspension. Join our classes and learn it properly!
Start your personal adventure this year by trying something new and unconventional – join our jams and discover what rope can bring to your life. More than strings on bodies, shibari can be a real game changer, a vehicle for personal discovery and growth, a way to connect more deeply with your partner(s), and a way to get that sense of community and belonging so many of us miss in these modern times.