Agura Shibari Tie

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Before learning about the agora shibari tie, know that rope bondage can be dangerous and you should not attempt it without proper training.

Agura Shibari Tie – the Principle

The Agura Shibari tie (Yukawaza) is a folded leg tie in which the person is in a folded-leg position in the style of a lotus flower. You achieve it by making a single column tie around the ankles and folded legs. The closeness of the ankles or legs depends on the flexibility of the tied person. Keeping this in mind, try and make it as comfortable as possible. The cuff must be fairly snug by not leaving excess room in the cuff.

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The Position

Shibari Agura ties start on one side of the leg, going underneath the feet and right against the legs. This will look like a ladder tie. After you set the first tie on one leg, start to do the other one. You should center the patterns. In addition, the distance between each leg should be the same. At last, tighten the remaining rope.

Shibari Agura Tie: Conclusions

These kinds of Agura ties also have some variations that comply with the same principle. However, there may have more reinforcements points to lock friction off. Finally, some other versions capture the feet in different ways and can provide pressure more pressure points.

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