sobota 25. června 2011

Japanese Bondage Tutorials

There is a wonderful collection of Japanese Bondage tutorials on my blog. However it is important to know, that I am not a tutor,  just a amateur that describes my own ties, how to tie them. There is many things about safety and performance that have to be tested and described later. That this blog rather as demonstration of my Japanese style ties then as educational web!

Japanese Bondage Tutorials/demonstrations of my ties



And its main purpose is to capture my own ties to learn them and evolve them for myself. And to encourage to make similar webs or to support beginners on using figurine to memorize ties before going on first real bondage session.

On the same site you can find a section that is devoted to anatomy. Study of anatomy (arteries, veins, nerves) can help you to understand vulnerable places on human body, that could be damaged with improper bondage techniques. Of sure with connection to your interest of bondage safety information.


Next site of mine shows some real Japanese bondage, Pseudo Shibari as tying that should be close to shibari as much as possible. These site is in my native language Czech:

Pseudo Shibari - as close as possible to Shibari




I hope this sites can be inspiration for you and start learning process, which will result in some exiting experiences.

Note, that not all ties are correctly made and hence must not be as good example of practice! I hope, that I will repair my ties by time as I will learn more.

pátek 24. června 2011

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čtvrtek 18. listopadu 2010

Water Caltrop - Nawa Shibari tutorial

Nawa Shibari tutorials


This and more Shibari or Neo Shibari tutorials you can find here:

See my blog my-knots.blogspot.com for more information on this tie.



















 









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pondělí 11. října 2010

Agony & Ecstasy resurrection

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All stuff on this blog is from perished site called Agony & Ecstasy - Erotic spanking & punishments. www dot ecstagony dot com
This site can be made due to credit of http://web.archive.org
Where you can find original texts if you find address
Archive references (Jul 07 2008):
What is goal of this site?
Agony & Ecstasy was a good site with a serie of articles and tutorials about bondage etc. I want to republish this stuff for all who start with a bondage or want to improve basic knowledge about knots and so on.
You can involve
If you find some articles on archive, that would be good to republish. Let me know. I can give you rights as an editor. You just need to become Google and/or blogspot member.
Editors & translaters
I you want to be editors here, write your text or format it in MS Word, with Arial Font size 10 and then copy and place. That's all! Simple! There could rise new blogs like this, but now this blog is devoted to bondage. I also need some corrector. Translates can help translate a site on a new blog, but this is a tip: first make a content schema and then save all articles from the last (chapter 5) to the first (1.1) because the first edited post (5) will be the last. Create all articles at one day, or in one month, not two be in archive divided on two months.
Contents of this blog
See this site (or go on the end of blog):
Content here
October 201
See also Bondage beauty blog with beautiful photos from Denis Chepigo.
See also My knots and ties tutorials.

My recommendations
forumbondage - how to tie knots, ties and much more information about bondage...
bondage-tutorials  - basic knots and ties for beginners
my-knots  - side with inspiration and tutorials for riggers



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Bondage tutorial for beginners - Agony & Ecstasy intro


Content of this blog:


Part 1: Extended
New posts here... Here is space for tutorials if somebody want one to be presented here. Here could be good place for karadas.

Part 2: Bondage safety
1. General considerations
2.1 falling
            2.2 fainting
2.3 blood circulation and nerves
            2.4 cramps and joints pain
3. Suspension

            3.1 asphyxia
            3.2 using ropes
4. Equipment and self-bondage

4.1 metal handcuffs
4.2 chains and padlocks
            4.3 self-bondage



Part 3:Knots and bindings
 Chapter 1: knots
1.1 larks head (the most simple and most basic knot)
1.2 square knot (double crossing ends of rope)
1.4 French bowline (used as cuffs for hands or feet)
1.5 buntline hitch (fast tie used for tying a rope to a fixed object)
1.6 prusik (more complicated knot but well tightening rope)
1.7 figure eight knot (ending knot)

Chapter 2: bindings
2.4 hobble
2.5 bar

Chapter 3: using a cable (dangerous!)

Chapter 4: tips

Chapter 5: ropes

1. Bondage safety: General considerations


Bondage is the name of the game of tying the other in different ways, leaving him/her at your mercy. It is a lot more dangerous than a simple spanking, as you will see.

We are not trying to scare you out of bondage with this publication. Being totally defenseless and in the hands of the other feels good. It is wonderful to have the other bound and at your mercy. We only want you to know the risks, and to be prepared, for avoiding problems.

As the German philosopher Michael Schumacher (the one with Ferrari) said, “Shit happens”. And it happens especially if you are not ready for it. Be aware that we can’t anticipate everything. A lot of things can go wrong that we have not mentioned here. So, be careful, keep it safe, sane and consensual, be ready to react fast if “shit happens”, and enjoy the game..

We will, then, talk about the risks of bondage, dividing them in:



General considerations
*         Never use alcohol or drugs when playing any BDSM game. They reduce the judgment, and make everything dangerous.
*         Be sure that both of you are aware of the limits, have discussed and agreed on the rules of the scene, and know the hard limits (limits which, as the ones related to medical conditions, cannot be passed at all).
*         Never let somebody bound without supervision. A bound person is defenseless, and is totally dependent on the top (of course, that's the fun of it). You are responsible for your partner if you have him/her bound.
*         Don’t experiment when playing. The time for research is before or after the session. During it, use only techniques that you master and can safely manage.
*         Never tie somebody for very long, half an hour to one hour at most. If using longer-term bondage, change positions regularly.
*         Check periodically that the bindings do not interfere with blood circulation (cold, purple or numb limbs) or put undue pressure on soft tissue.
*         Double check all the equipment you will use. Be sure that it is strong enough, that it is in good condition, and that you are familiar with its functioning, its possibilities and its shortcomings. You must know how to lock it, how to unlock it, how to use it and how to set it in position. And think about how to take it out fast, even with the locks or knots under tension, if you get in trouble.
*         Have an alternative plan (the famous “plan B”) for releasing your sub if something goes wrong. Think about it in advance and be ready, and you will save yourself from having to think fast and under pressure, and your sub a lot of anguish (or worse).
*         Be alert and check with your sub continually that there are no problems, that s/he is ok, and that everything is going as planned

Don´t trust in your dexterity. Have at hand appropriate scissors or EMT shears,



a serrated blade knife with a round point



and, when possible, use quick release hardware of the type that can be opened under tension. (Look for mountaineering or sailing equipment).



If you are using metal restraints, (chains, for instance) have also a hacksaw with a set of good quality blades and a bolt cutter in your safety bag. (But don’t think that you can cut thru police handcuffs, you’ll better find those %&$@ keys). And have the safety bag with the rescue implements at hand during the session. If “shit happens”, maybe you don’t have the time to look for it.

Most locks come with a set of two or more keys. Use one key for playing, and save another in a safe and known place. Before beginning the session, check that it is still there. Just in case, be sure that your sub also knows where the duplicate keys are.

Keep all locks and padlocks closed and open them just for the game, so you know that you have the keys, and that the lock is functioning.

As the old sailors used to say, hope for the best, but be ready for the worst.


Published: 02/12/04
Source: Agony & Ecstasy

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