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New Mexico Rope Bite

Rope Bite is a safe and welcoming place for those who are interested in rope bondage. It is the perfect place to explore, learn, practice, innovate and share knowledge about rope in a social, non-judgmental environment. New Mexico Rope Bite is a community of rope bondage enthusiasts in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and throughout New Mexico.…
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The importance of Stretching

The importance of stretching before a Shibari scene cannot be overemphasized. It is very helpful and prevents injuries. Stretching is something very important, especially if you are going to practice any activity that requires your muscles to be flexible, strong and healthy. Stretching is very important for the body. It keeps the muscles flexible, strong…
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How to control the Emotions in Shibari

Shibari is a bondage practice. Therefore, it is good to know how to control emotions in Shibari, since it can be stressing for some people. There are many people with great skills and talents. However, although technique is very important, it is not everything you need for a succesful Shibari scene. Emotions play an important…
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Practicing Shibari when you have kids

Practicing Shibari when you have kids is not impossible. You don’t have to quit Shibari just because you are a parent. Shibari lovers and practitioners come in every age, every weight, and every size. Some are doctors, some are teachers, some are lawyers, some care policemen, and some can be parents. So, here are some…
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How to Practice Shibari

Shibari is a BDSM practice, also known as Japanese Rope Bondage or Kinbaku, which means tying. It is a sexual practice which provides a great opportunity for healthy communication, trust, and spice with your partner, or a better self-awareness if you do it without a partner. Shibari began as a military restraint technique, but it…
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Kinbaku Sitting positions in Japanese

If you like Kinbaku or Shibari, you will be taking lessons or practicing with people that use the Japanese vocabulary for it. So, it is very helpful to know the Japanese words for the sitting positions. Especially, the words for the Kinbaku sitting positions in Japanese – 正座  Seiza, pronounced “say-zah” is the position where…
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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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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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