Advantages and Disadvantages of Rope Suspension

Suspension is frequent in Rope Bondage. Some Rope Bondage practitioners don’t do suspension, but others feel a strong interest in it and want to practice. Suspension is the practice of tying a person in such a way as to support their weight with rope. Suspension involves risk. That is why you should know the advantages and disadvantages of rope suspension. Participants must undergo training, so that they can process all the intensity of the scene. Suspension always requires a level of trust in the rigger as well as physical, mental, and emotional control.

Some people might find suspension easy, while for others it will be very difficult. Some of the disadvantages of Suspension include sore or strained muscles, lingering marks, and sometimes emotional or physiological exhaustion. The suspension also has a significantly increased risk of injury, like nerve damage, circulation issues, or strained muscles. Suspension is also very draining for both bottom and rigger, the emotions, the stress, the technique and all the attention for a suspension scene required eaves both practitioners very tired and sometimes even stressed out after the scene. The suspension also requires a big amount of learning and practice in order to be able to practice suspension, the path through suspension is not short nor easy.

On the Contrary, the Advantages of suspension are more emotional. The things you enjoy during suspension and the intense, sexy, aesthetic, erotic, and beautiful pictures or performances you can achieve are immensely gratifying. The memories, the connection, the amazing work of art, the strength and the feeling you will enjoy are definitely worth all the disadvantages suspension has.

Now you know the advantages and disadvantages of rope suspension.

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