Thu, Feb 24|
Class: Rope & Impact *New*
A second class by popular demand!
Time & Location
Feb 24, 2022, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Upline, 1 Hartford Square, New Britain, CT 06052, USA
About the Event
**You voiced it, we received it! A second class because ya’ll sold out the original**
Looking for a fun way to incorporate rope into your impact play? Or maybe impact play into your rope? Whichever way you swing this class is bringing the two together. Rope doesn’t always need to lead to suspension and sometimes you may just want a little assistance keeping your target in place. This class will cover several ties that leave certain areas of a body open for optimal impact while restricting movement, we will also discuss several ways to add rope to increase sensation or add a touch of breath play. This is the perfect class for people new to both rope and impact, or for the people with more experience in one or the other. No prior knowledge is needed.
About the Presenter
Miss_Acacia has been creating art in rope bondage and suspension since 2014. With a preference for symmetry and a focus on detail, her goal is to create a tie that works for her bottom’s body while still showcasing the beauty of rope. Starting with self-suspension, she progressed to suspending others with an understanding of both sides of the suspension experience. She continues to focus on the fundamentals no matter how far her rope journey takes her, because she wants to understand the how and the why behind the structure of each tie. Once she feels she understands the purpose of each part, she is able to use them to transition and contort her bottom with the right ties for that sequence. She is frequently brainstorming with fellow rope enthusiasts to improve harnesses and make the most sustainable ties for her bottoms. In teaching, she focuses on making sure that bottoms and tops both grasp what the rope should look and feel like. She teaches for understanding of how each part and pattern works instead of memorizing patterns so that her students are better equipped to continue their education.