Setting Up a Shibari Scene

If you want to bring out all the potential of a Shibari scene for sensuality and fun, you need to know how to set up a Shibari scene. It’s not too complicated. However, it does take planning and thinking. But you can be sure it will be worth it! It’s not a matter of filling out forms, and doing budgets, and plans. Not at all. But it does help to give some thought to what exactly it is that you want to achieve in your scene.

The first step is to decide where the scene is going to take place. If you have the proper equipment and a room big enough at home, you can do it there. If not, you can rent a studio or a room in a hotel specialized in this kind of services.

Next, you should discuss with your partner what you want to achieve with the scene. Your purpose might be overtly sexual, or you may want to emphasize the emotional connection. You might want to achieve something very artistic, or you probably want to have a relaxing experience. It is up to you.

Once you know exactly what you want to achieve, you can agree on a general outline for the scene. Remember that every Shibari scene has three steps: preparation, tying, untying and aftercare. Discuss what you want to include in each of them, and make sure that they are coherent with each other.

Then, make sure you have all the necessary tools, materials, and toys ready in advance. There are few things more frustrating than discovering, when your bottom is half-tied, that you don’t have enough rope to continue. Or to expect a sexy wax game in the scene, only to find that you just have three candles.

Thematic scenes are a popular choice these days. If that’s what you want, make sure that your partner shares the same interest.

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