Shibari Workshop Floorwork Toolkit: Fast & Effective Ties

Workshop Floorwork Toolkit

If you have started with shibari and want to get some ideas of what to tie and how to do it properly, then this course is for you! First, you will get familiar with several quick and efficient rope ties (1-2 ropes), which you can then adapt for your partner.

We will discover the intricacies of body and rope handling, learning how to apply the pattern to a specific person in a safe, comfortable and pleasant way!

In the second part of the course we will learn a restrictive choker tie, which can be adjusted to be less choking though. It’s one of my favourite ties, which brings a lot of fun into the session!

All this will become one of your toolkits to use for tying: either as is or combining some ties together.

It would be helpful for you to know shibari basics: consent, safety aspects, essential knots, rope handling at bare minimum. Active partner should be able to tie hands using single or double column tie. It's possible to refresh the knowledge at the beginning of the course.

Ticket price is 210 CHF per couple. See also the studio location and parking possibilities.

Workshop dates:

  • 17.03.2024 / 14:00 - 18:30 — Sold out. Next date will be in October 2024!

Additional information

This workshop is for couples. Max. 5 couples. If less than 3 have registered, the workshop may be cancelled.

Language: English and German — mixed or one of the languages, depending on the group.

Bring 5-7 standard 7-8-meter-long shibari ropes. You can buy the ropes at my studio — 25 CHF per piece of the high-quality jute rope.

The workshop is sold out or finished? Look at the other workshops! And don't hesitate to ask questions at any time!


Contact me ! 💬

The fastest way is to drop me a message in telegram, user @bullfinches — I speak German, English, Italian and Russian. Tell me a couple of words about you please! I'll answer as soon as possible and we'll arrange the rest.

Alternatively you can contact me on fetlife | per e-mail info@kinbaku.be | via the messenger on my facebook page | or via instagram.

Kind regards,
Sergey.