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Isabella RossStaff Writer December 12, Many minds jump to climbing; the sport involving scaling walls and boulders.
Shibari: Japanese Rope Bondage is not for learning proper belay techniques, although both activities use suspension. Originating in s Japan to bind and torture captives of war, Shibari has evolved into an art form where a rigger uses thin rope to artfully bind a rope bunny: someone who enjoys being tied up.
The first and third Tuesday of every month, Innovative Fiber Arts holds a rigging class from to p. Attendees go by aliases. ESox, an instructor of japanese rope tie years and IFA founder, begins every meeting by reviewing safety and consent. Participants first learn column ties, which are ties around any cylindrical object, before the group moves into complex ties such as a hip harnesses. When there is a fifth Tuesday, IFA holds an open night called rope lounge.
StarStamped recounted some of their experiences with Shibari. ESox said the class is a great opportunity to learn rope bondage techniques in a judgement free and safe space. ESox emphasized that healthy atmospheres require consent. Consent can be taken away anytime. For beginners, Esox stressed the importance of not rushing. Group goer Anichia expressed reassurance in realizing others had similar interests and emphasized accessibility.
Lessons themselves are devoid of sex, what attendees use their new knowledge for outside of the class is their own accord. Rope is more than just a way to connect to the community.
StarStamped said the practice brings them to a clear hepace when they are stressed. For some, part of the connection is rope. While plastic rope exists for Shibari, ESox brings hemp-based rope, which he prepares himself. An outlet, a class for improvement, a safe place, an exploration; Innovative Fiber Arts offers a multitude of experiences.
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