Pay-what-you-can community classes

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Next class: November 8th 7:00-10:30pm | 

Topic: ‘Performance And Rope’ with Noctuelle.

In this 1st community class of the month Noctuelle will be leading a class on performance and rope. The class will be a mix of teaching, demo’ing, and Q&A and discussion based. If you have insight into the topic you are encouraged to come along and contribute.

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.

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Next class: November 13th 7:00-10:30pm | 

Topic: ‘Soft Skills for Rope’ with Noctuelle.

“In life and in ropes we sometimes tend to get lost in technicalities. But for many people, the magic of rope lies in the feeling of intimacy, power exchange and in shrinking the world to just those to people tying. We’ll explore ways to build trust, create intimacy and tie the soul. This is a class for developing and practicing key “soft skills” that will help to uncover the many, many layers rope can have and to make your experience more powerful and rewarding.” – Noctuelle.

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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