Rope Jam with Reversing Tension TK Community Class

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The Rope Jam is an open practice and rope play session for all riggers, bottoms and self-suspenders to make use of the studio, floor space, suspension points and hashira.

Come and enjoy tying in our calm and beautiful space and chill in our break out area. We have a small kinbaku book library to feed inspiration and rope you can borrow if you need it.

When: 8th February from 2-8pm.

What is the dress code?: Our dress code is pretty flexible, we recommend comfortable clothes to tie in, or if you like to dress up, feel free to come as comfy or sexy as you desire. Please note the studio is a shoe free space.

How much is it? The rope jam is £8.00 prepaid or £10 on the door, we can take cash or card on the door.

Community Class: Every month we have a community class as part of our Rope Jam. This month is Reversing TK with WykD_Dave and Clover

This class is suitable for all levels and is practical application so bring your rope and a partner. We will do our best to pair people if you do not have a partner.

What you will learn* We will go through a floorwork reversing TK with adaptions, if applicable, for all flexibilities. While this tie is not for suspension, it will open your rope play to include an arms behind the back harness. We will cover some points on aesthetics, tension, placement and cover rope bottoming elements.

You are welcome to bring a notebook to make notes if that is helpful.

Come and enjoy tying in our calm and beautiful space!!

Tea and Coffee is available.

Tickets available here

More details about the studio can be found at
Our studio can be found in Mansfield just a stones throw from the local Train and Bus stations and 10 minutes from J28 of the M1 Motorway.

Purchase your ticket/s here

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Studio Kokoro is really easy to get too by public transport, being only a stones throw from the local bus and train station – follow this link for transport options If you drive we have lot’s of parking, see here for Parking information