For a Master Class in Kinbaku
2019's Modular Kinbaku (MOD Class) series of five events is starting April 14th.
I am very pleased to announce the latest series of Spring Tiger Ryu's "Modular Kinbaku" classes beginning Sunday, April 14, 2019.
Tickets can be purchased for separate events or the full series. To get tickets visit SpringTigerRyu.com
"Our MOD Classes are designed for couples who are interested in learning how to incorporate “kinbaku adjacent” skills into their erotic rope tying.
Classes are taught by Master “K” who will introduce the topic putting it into a cultural and historical perspective. With the help of a professional kinbaku model, he will demonstrate the ties and students will be given time to recreate them with their partner.
Master “K” and zElement will be available for one-on-one help and to answer specific questions. Classes last approximately 2 to 2.5 hours."
2019 MOD Class Topics
Ticket prices include the items you’ll use in class and are yours to keep (excluding rope – see below). Tickets can be purchased as a series or individually. Attendance is limited to five couples/class and students who purchase a series are will have priority for spaces.
Kinbaku + Bamboo
Kinbaku + Candles
Kinbaku + Tables/Chairs
Kinbaku + Pressure for Pleasure
Kinbaku + Fingers, Toes, and Face
Series of Five: $300
Individual Classes: $75/class
Current Private Students: $200/series $50/class (contact zElement for the code)
One artist will be permitted to attend each class for a fee of $25
No photographs or photographers are allowed. Phones must be turned off in the dojo
Please bring four hanks of rope to each class. We recommended 6mm x 8M jute or cotton bondage rope (sold on Amazon and locally at the Stockroom). Nylon rope is not recommended for these classes.
Our Modular Kinbaku (MOD Class) series of five events is starting April 14th. Tickets can be purchased for separate events or the full series. Act fast, there are only three spots left in each.
One artist will be allowed to attend each Modular Kinbaku class for a fee of $25. Artists are allowed to sketch throughout the event. Reference photos will be allowed on a case-by-case basis.