Category: Getting Started

Things People Love About Shibari

Shibari comes from the Japanese word that means “binding” or “tying”. It is a Japanese style of bondage. There are many things people love about Shibari. A lot of people who come across Shibari or Kinbaku end up mesmerized by the detailed knotwork. Additionally, they find in Shibari a way to communicate their feelings with…
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BDSM For Beginners

What is the true BDSM meaning? with so many dating apps around and a rise in popularity of bondage sex, you’ll likely have heard about it. To get the best out of BDSM you’ll have to know what you’re doing and how to do it safely. BDSM is an umbrella term, which describes several practices,…
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Health Considerations for Shibari

Before you do a Shibari session, it is important to ask your partner some questions abouth their health. These considerations must be taken seriously whether you are a top or a bottom. This is because both roles can be physically and psychologically exhausting. Health considerations for Shibari are mandatory.A good way to start is to…
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Recommendations For Your Shibari Experience

Shibari can be a great experience, but it involves mental and physical preparation in order to enjoy it. Here are some recommendations for your Shibari experience. No matter if you are an expert or a beginner, you will definitely appreciate them. Stretching is the first recommendation for Shibari. Although Shibari not always requires flexibility, doing…
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Wrists in Shibari

Practising Shibari has its risks, and there are some vulnerable areas that you need to be aware of.  Wrists are some of the vulnerable areas while practicing Shibari, particularly the inside part of the wrist and the valley between the hand and the wrist bone. This is because the nerves and the veins are more…
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Adding New Sensations

Adding new sensations in Shibari requires previous consent and negotiation between partners in order to have a successful scene. Consent and Negotiation is something very important in Shibari. Since Shibari has its dangers, you cannot rely on reading your partner’s mind and assume things. Communications is very important, it is a must to know your…
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The Language of Rope

Shibari is not only a matter of tying and knots. Shibari has to do with the feeling and the energy flow with your partner. Most people think that learning elaborated knots and elaborated ways of tying is what Shibari is about. Although safety, a good technique and the appropriate equipment are vital, Shibari is more…
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Practicing Shibari without a partner

It’s fascinating to learn the intricate art of shibari (Japanese rope bondage). But a common challenge beginners face is practicing whithout a partner. Don’t worry – you can still develop key skills solo. Solo Practice Tips While solo, studying resources and reviewing your own work allows you to build knowledge without a partner present. Hands-On…
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Shibari for Beginners: Introduction to Japanese Rope Bondage

Are you curious about exploring shibari with your partner? This ancient Japanese art of rope bondage has gained popularity in recent years. Let’s dive into the basics of shibari for beginners, covering essential aspects to help you start your journey safely and enjoyably. In this guide, we’ll explore: Understanding Shibari Shibari, also known as Japanese…
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The Double Column Tie

The double column tie is probably the most classic way of tying in shibari. You will often see it in movies, photographs, and scenes. It is one of the most useful ties. Participants use it for tying any tow columns: wrists, ankles, wrist to ankles, thighs, calves, a wrist to a thigh, and a wrist…
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