Wildties (Kinbaku Luxuria) Two day workshop tickets on sale.

You can now buy tickets for the two day Kinbaku Luxuria workshop with Wildties and Redsabbath.

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LuXuria London Intensive

An intense two days class with Kinbaku Luxuria to show and explain all the ground work of or style.

We will be showing all Naka Ryu’s main patterns and ties, including Wildties’ own variations on the engineering, as well as our own original ties. Focus will be put on achieving that traditional aesthetics, beautiful and dramatic, that is so typical of this style. The main concepts of Japanese traditional aesthetics will be explained and applied to the bondage to exalt the model’s beauty rather than to hide it with rope. Advanced communication techniques as well as model’s body handling will be covered in detail. Techniques to improve rope control and flow will be fully covered.

Below is a short list of the elements covered. Do to the interconnected nature of the topics, we will not follow a linear scheme. Things will naturally flow one in the other to allow the student to understand the system as a whole.

Technical: Naka Akira’s gote and takatekote as tied by Wildties Tk third rope and variations. Main patterns and suspensions of Naka Ryu Wildties’ Naka Ryu derived ties (including the infamous “fucked up” gyaku ebi)

Aesthetics: Kazushi Nawa, apparently casual rope, that is one of the keys to the great aesthetics achieved by the masters of this art. Main concepts of Japanese aesthetics applied to rope (wabisabi, kanso, yugen). Using volumes and ropes to exalt the models beauty.

Communication: The use of Ma and Jo-ha-kyū as tools of communication. Advanced model handling. Intention and intensity. Speed, flow, control how and why. Best training methods.

Students Requirements: To participate riggers must have some acquaintance with suspensions. Must be able to tie a good gote in any style of choice. Do to the stress of some of the ties it is advisable that models should already have a fairly good experience in suspension.

What to bring: Clothes comfortable for tying. Safety sheers. At least 10 ropes (5-6 mm, 7-8 meters long, 7m to 7,30 is the best advisable length for this style), natural fiber only, best if single ply loose lay. Carabiners and rings will Not be used but consider extra rope for multiple suspension points. Snacks (possibly slow sugars) and water are strongly advised.

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