Pay-what-you-can community classes

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Next class: January 15th 7:00-10:30pm | 
Topic: ‘How to make friends and avoid FONDR at rope jams!’ with ‘GoddessInRope’

A bit shy or introverted? Feel a bit awkward or unsure meeting people at jams? Avoid coming to jams because you don’t have a partner or know anyone? Hate asking people to do rope?

Come along to this class and break out of your shell!

You’ll discover some simple, easy tools you can use to connect with fellow Anatomites and start making friends so you can avoid FONDR (Fear of Not Doing Rope) at rope jams.

Whether you’re a rigger or a model, or both(!) if you want to do rope it’s important to make friends not just to tie or be tied, but also learn and be safe.

Open to new and experienced Anatomites who want to make more friends without being ‘creepy’.

Reserve your spot here (for free) and pay on the day in cash at the end of the class. We suggest a minimum donation of £10 per person, please give what feels right within your budget.



Next class: February 21st 7:00-10:30pm | 

Topic: ‘Flexibility for Dummies’ with Fuoco

This workshop addresses mobility and flexibility in the areas most used by rope bottoms- the shoulders, back, and hips. The workshop begins with a discussion on the how-tos of developing flexibility and mobility, and concludes with a stretch session designed to target these three areas.

We will focus on how to develop strong, stable, and open shoulders, principles of deeper back bending, and unlocking tightness in the hips.

Attendees will learn the difference between mobility and flexibility, and how to practically apply that knowledge into their own stretching routines. This class is intended for people of all flexibility levels.

Reserve your spot here (for free) and pay on the day in cash at the end of the class. We suggest a minimum donation of £10 per person, please give what feels right within your budget.


At Anatomie Studio we strive to bring you the best shibari classes with the very best shibari teachers we know, and although the workshops can be pricey, we think they’re well worth the investment, especially considering rope can be a high risk activity!

However, not everyone is able to afford our classes, and being committed to the dissemination of rope education as we are in the studio, we wanted to offer everyone the possibility to learn within their budgets in the new year.

For this reason, in 2017 we are introducing semi-regular ‘Pay-What-You-Can’ community shibari classes by our in-house teachers. The classes will follow an informal structure, providing a mix of tutoring and peer lab time.

Who can attend? These classes are aimed at: students, those working minimum wage jobs, those who are unemployed or between jobs, those on low income wages, and those who are otherwise unable to afford our regular classes, workshops and courses.

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