Discover Shibari

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Come discover what shibari is all about in one very complete hands-on class in the UK’s first and only shibari studio!

From its origins and history, to human anatomy and body mechanics, to learning the ABC’s of rope handling and flow, this class is designed to get your creative juices flowing and inspire you body, mind and soul. Learn to connect with your partner in ropes, learn to handle and manipulate the body, and learn to tie all the basic shibari patterns as well as how to freestyle in rope!

Where can I find the full class program? It is listed on our event listings here.

Who can come to this class? This class is open to all levels and complete beginners. No rope needed. No experience needed. No partner required. We have ‘Two Together’ and ‘Individual’ tickets available so you can come on your own or with a partner. If you come on your own you will be able to pair up with someone else on an individual ticket during the class and you will be switching throughout the class (tying and being tied).

What should I bring and what do I wear? We have ropes you can use during the class and we have a communal kitchenette, fridge and microwave. Tea and coffee are free but you should bring your food and snacks (we have plates and cutlery you can use). People usually wear comfortable clothing like yoga or dance attire. We advise against loose fitting clothing and also jeans can sometimes feel a bit restrictive to move around in and difficult to tie on.

When does it take place? This is a full day class. It usually takes place on a Sunday from 1pm to 7pm.

Upcoming dates: January 15 | February 19 | April 9 | May 21 | June 25 | August 13 | October 1 | November 5

What is the class like? We know it can be intimidating to step into a rope bondage class so the classes we host have been created to make you feel welcome, accepted and comfortable. Anatomie Studio is an inclusive female-friendly, kink-friendly, LGBTQ+ friendly space welcome of people of all colours, genders, orientations and background. Our events are friendly, welcoming and educational. For more information about our philosophy and values, see here, and for resources about getting tied, tying and rope in general, see here.

Who teaches this class? The class is taught by several people, namely studio owners Fred Hatt and Anna Bones as well as ‘House Cats’ JessicaWabbitt and MnR, other studio teachers and on occasion by visiting teachers from out of town.

How much does this cost? £80 per couple/pair | £50 per person

Where do I book tickets? Ticket link here.

Facebook event listings here.

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