Bound♥ is proud to invite and present Ceci Ferox and their amazing perspective and skills in rope as well as education!
This workshop is designed to give you insight into the very basics of rope bondage.
We focus on why we do what we do, both technically as well as in our communication before, while and after tying.
Tension and rope flow
Larkshead, the single column tie and basic frictions
Body mechanics, movement and emotional response to body positions
Creating structures and patterns with rope
Negotiation, safety and communication basics
- No prior knowledge needed. (This workshops is just as good for beginners as to intermediate and advanced to wants a new perspective on fundamentals.)
- No physical requirements for participants.
- Exercises are done in pairs, you can either register together or find a partner at the workshop.
Include your Full name as well as nick (+ your partners nick and name.)
If applied alone, please say if you have any preferences regarding role.
1000 per couple
Doors open at appr. 10.30 and will be closed as the workshop starts.
Please be on time.
We will have a 1 hour lunch break.
What to bring
Food for lunch (possibility to go buy food is also possible.)
Snacks and waterbottle
Ceci Ferox is a sexologist, kink activist, and rope nerd from Helsinki, Finland. They have been organizing rope events and teaching shibari since 2014.
Ceci teaches japanese rope bondage from top, bottom and switch perspectives. They like to focus on elements of technique and communication rather than patterns and sequences. When teaching and organizing events, they draw on their expertise as a community educator to bring people together.
"My goal is to create safer spaces for people to communicate through rope."
Ceci fluctuates between hyper-technical and chaotic tying, but has a constant focus on connection and communication. Their tying is created in the moment, inspired by each situation and partner.
"Rope for me is a medium for meditation, empowerment, intimacy, and sexy times. It is also about continuous learning and wonder."