There are particular skills that all accomplished bottoms possess, regardless of their body type, physical strength, or level of flexibility. We have been working on identifying these skills for over a decade and we’d love to share our findings with you.
If someone can do the splits, or do a back bend where their head touches their feet, it means they can help create cool pictures. Does that mean the gymnasts and contortionists can be great bottoms from the first day they try rope? We think not.
Becoming a better bottom takes work. Just like tops practice, bottoms must practice too. The question always is: practice what?
In this class, we attempt to answer that question. We get into skills that are specific to contributing to safer and more rewarding rope scenes. Skills like:
Understanding your body
Developing your risk profile
Effective pain and anxiety processing
Knowing your timer
Practical verbal and non-verbal communication
Affecting play mood
We will also cover essential safety topics and common causes of safety-related incidents in bondage.
For this class, you will need a top to tie you. The prerequisites for that top are as follows:
Single column tie
Slipped single column tie
Ability to tie a chest harness
What to bring
3-5 pieces of 25’-30’ 5-6mm natural fibre rope.
1-2 pieces of 10’-15’ 5-6mm natural fibre rope (optional).
A yoga mat or something else soft to tie on. The floor is hard and might be uncomfortable for tying.
A small blanket for warmth.
All sexes, genders, ethnicities, sexual orientations, relationship orientations welcome and celebrated.
Purchase Advance Tickets Here!
Cost at the door: $85 (Duo) Advance: $70 (duo) $90 (Pay It Forward Donor & Duo attendance)
No late entry will be allowed due to the intimate nature of this workshop. Doors will be locked at 10 minutes after the start time.
Open to all 18+
When: 12PM to 3PM
Where: Gallery Erato- Seattle, WA 98104
Attendance is limited to 10 duos.
Questions may be directed to: [email protected]
About the Educators:
KinkRx is Dani, Juni, Ronnie, and Tango. They are a group of Seattle-based kinksters who are interested in various aspects of BDSM as a way of building connection and intimacy. They are active in the Seattle kink community and can be found, either playing or socializing, at many local events. You can reach them at kinkrx.com
This event is presented by the Pan Eros Foundation. Please go to TheFSPC.org for more information.