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The Little Guide to Getting Tied Up by Evie Vane Miumi-U Teaches Japanese Shibari Bondage Basics: Naughty Knots and Risque Restraints You Need to Know by Lord Morpheus

This and *Better Bondage for Every Body* are the only two
books on getting tied up, from bedroom play to advanced suspensions. You'll
learn all about finding the right rope partner, types of rope scenes, avoiding
injuries, pain processing, and the 7 Helpful Skills of Rope Bottoming,
including Mindfulness, Being Prepared, and Communicating With Your Rope Top.
You'll also learn how to evaluate a suspension hardpoint for safety and much
more! Sprinkled throughout are photos plus true stories of scenes that went
wrong and scenes that went right. You'll also find a list of valuable rope
bottoming resources. If you're interested in rope bondage of any kind, whether
in the bedroom, at a BDSM club or dungeon, or even in front of an audience,
this guide is a must-read.

This book shows you HOW TO DO Japanese Rope Bondage.

Rope bondage has been practised in Japan since ancient times times andis becoming more popular in the rest of the world. This book sets out to show how you can tie your partner in the way it is taught by a Japanese mistress, Miumi-U.

The book starts with the basic ties and goes on to use them in more sophisticated play sessions. Miumi-U prepared these lessons with Kao, her bondage partner, who has performed with her many times in Tokyo Shibari clubs.

You will learn to:
  • Make single and double column ties
  • Make quick release versions
  • Tie a chest harness, with and without crossovers
  • Tie legs in different ways
  • Dress your model in a Japanese crotch cloth
  • Combine the various ties
  • Play with your model
  • Suspend your model and play with hot wax
Bondage Basics: Naughty Knots and Risque Restraints You Need to Know
By Lord Morpheus

Perfect for the bondage beginner or enthusiasts who wants more practice or new ideas, this book will show you bondage ties for many purposes and effects. Whether you're the top or bottom, dominant or submissive, male or female, this is an essential reference for your bedside table.

Lord Morpheous will take you through the basics of BDSM, including the vocabulary, pop culture references, understanding types of participants, and the basics of kink culture. Once you've got that knot tied, you'll quickly learn about both Eastern and Western styles of knot-tying, and receive step-by-step guidance and full color photos so tying knots becomes quick, easy, and fun. This handy guide to bondage also covers safety considerations, how to communicate with your lover, and how to take bondage to the next level.

Lord Morpheous (Hons B.A., B.Ed) is a sex educator/author, photographer and kink consultant for all media, based in Toronto, Canada. He is the author of two books: How to Be Kinky: A Beginner's Guide to BDSM (2008, Green Candy Press) and of volume 2 in the series: How to Be Kinkier: More Adventures in Adult Playtime (2012, Green Candy Press).His work is archived at the Sexual Representation Collection at the Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto, The Leather Archives of Chicago and the National Archives of Canada. He travels and presents across the Americas, Europe, and Asia doing outreach to both academic and kink aware safer sex organizations. He is also the host of the world's largest single night public erotic Japanese Rope Bondage event during Nuit Blanche every year in Toronto, Canada.
More Shibari You Can Use by Lee Harrington Shibari You Can Use by Lee Harrington ARCHAEOLOGY OF PERSONALITIES: a linguistic approach to erotic rope bondage
More Shibari You Can Use: Passionate Rope Bondage and Intimate Connection by Lee Harrington

Sexually curious adults can learn how to enjoy bedroom bondage in an easy step-by-step fashion while still being tasteful, playful, and authentic

Rope bondage is not just about tying someone up; it is an opportunity for sensuality, creativity, playfulness, connection, and passion. Bondage artist and educator Lee Harrington takes you on a journey through easy step-by-step ties and exercises for bringing you and your partner closer together through this beautiful art form. The second book in the Shibari You Can Use series, More Shibari You Can Use picks up where the first book left off, with all new ties in a playful, down-to-earth, and engaging voice. But it's about more than the bondage. This time you also get a chance to connect more with your partner through a variety of exercises that explore touch, dominance and submission, intimacy, and trust. With beautifully shot images by RiggerJay, this guide offers intermediate techniques for those ready for a challenge, broken down into clear directions for new and experienced "riggers" alike. Find techniques for learning rope bondage negotiation, speed restraint (Texas handcuffs and speed-release corsets), intricate confinement (the reverse box tie and the woven head cage), beautiful erotic rope (from the Triskelion crotch rope to the floral chest harness), and much more. Are you ready to have fun? To deepen your connection with your partner? To create beautiful artwork woven on the human form? To add some spice to your erotic life? Now is your chance. Set aside your concerns about tying someone up, grab this book and some rope, and learn passionate rope bondage for an intimate connection.
Japanese rope bondage and erotic macramé look complicated and intimidating, but you can learn the basics of this beautiful and sexy art form today. Bondage artist and educator Lee "Bridgett" Harrington takes you step-by-step through a variety of concepts and ties, giving you the tools to make aesthetically rewarding rope work. Each tutorial is broken down into easy to follow photographs by Circle23 with detailed descriptions, including how to tie all those knots (first secret of Japanese bondage revealed- there are only a few simple knots). From restrictive poses that limit movement to decorative rope work that accentuates the human form, Shibari You Can Use includes instruction on creating: - Shinju (Chest Harnesses) - Gyakuebi (Asian Style Hogtie) - Ebi or Kuri (Shrimp or Ball ties) - Rope Corsets - Strap-on Harnesses and Crotch Ropes - .and much more! Shake off your fears of looking silly the first time you tie someone up, get some rope, and you too can learn Japanese rope bondage.

Lee Harrington is an internationally known spiritual and erotic authenticity educator, gender explorer, eclectic artist and award-winning author and editor on human erotic and sacred experience. He is a nice guy with a disarmingly down to earth approach to the fact that we are each beautifully complex ecosystems, and we deserve to examine the human experience from that lens. He's been traveling the globe (from Seattle to Sydney, Berlin to Boston), teaching and talking about sexuality, psychology, faith, desire and more, and is grateful for the journeys and love he has found along the way. He has been an academic and a female adult film performer, a world class sexual adventurer, an outspoken philosopher, is a kink/bondage expert, and has been blogging about sex and spirituality since 1998. Read more about Lee at PassionAndSoul.com.
In "Archaeology of Personalities", the author tries to fill the gap of a philosophical interpretation of erotic rope bondage. Starting from the vague perspective of bondage as some kind of communication, the study develops step by step a broad basis for an understanding of the power structures with a specific communication discourse. By deconstructing the contexts it ends up at erotic rope bondage being described through the metaphor of an interview. This image not only helps understanding existing ways of practicing erotic rope bondage but it enables to use erotic rope bondage itself as a tool for exploring each others personalities. The book also contains some personal approaches of Georg Barkas to the world of erotic rope bondage.
He himself dedicated his life to Kinbaku, to practice it, to teach it and to celebrate it as something that is at once eroticism, art, engineering, and impactful human interaction.
Essence of Shibari: Kinbaku and Japanese Rope Bondage The Seductive Art of Japanese Bondage by Midori Jyowa by Pedro
Jyowa by Pedro
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The art of kinbaku, also known as shibari, is an elegant way to connect with a partner or add erotic spice in your life. Japanese-style bondage artist Shin Nawakiri shares his safe, sexy, and beautiful techniques in this newly-translated book, which contains numerous ties for the beginner artist and for intermediate or advanced players, including: sensual body wrapping without knots, binding one wrist or body column, body harnesses, futomomo (thigh ties), and takate kote (chest and arm binding). Explore the history of kinbaku, practical shibari for graceful and steamy play, the psychology of bondage (for those tying and those being bound), and more. Now is your time to enjoy this delicious form—learning from a renowned rope artist in the privacy of your home.
From ornately decorative to excruciatingly stringent, Japanese rope bondage is an art which has developed over centuries of martial and erotic practice. Now, accomplished Japanese-born educator and bondage practitioner, Midori shows step by step how to achieve beautiful and exciting Japanese bondage on a variety of genders and body types.

Each chapter starts with a spectacular, tasteful full-color photo of the finished bondage pose - harnesses, hogties, standing and bent-over poses, and more - then goes back and explains with text and line art how each rope and knot is placed to achieve the final result. Readers can use the detailed instructions to experiment safely and erotically with their own partners - or simply enjoy viewing the pictures of Midori's expertise.

Acclaimed writer, teacher and workshop facilitator on a wide range of sexual topics, Midori has a degree in Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley, and vast indispensable experience as a pioneering San Francisco sex educator. A regular advice columnist for Men's Health, Midori has appeared on HBO and BBC, and has been featured in Vogue, Playboy, Der Spiegel, Cosmo and more. Multifaceted, she is a skilled photographer, artist in Japanese rope, presenting to art institutions such as Tanzquartier, Vienna and Das Arts in Amsterdam. She's the author of bestselling books "The Seductive Art of Japanese Bondage" and "Wild Side Sex." Learn more about her projects at PlanetMidori.com
Jyowa is a made-up word created by Yukimura Sensei which merges the characters for “rope” and for “speaking or communicating”, hence it can be translated as “communicating through ropes” or “rope stories”. This project was started in Tokyo in 2011 as a documentary film, yet it ended up becoming more of an aesthetic experience that takes the viewer into the unique universe of five of Japan’s top rope artists (by order of appearance): Naka Akira, Yukimura Haruki, Nawashi Kanna, Urado Hiroshi and Hajime Kinoko. In each of the the five chapters we can see two people taking a journey into a deep and profound level of communication in which rope takes a very special place

Single channel HD video; NTSC (1080p); 16:9; Color; Stereo sound;
Runtime 01 hour 50 minutes 40 seconds

Directed by: Pedro Diniz Reis and Daniel Costa Neves

Actors (by order of appearance):
Naka Akira & Mashiro Nozomi
Yukimura Haruki & Sanae
Nawashi Kanna & Kagura
Urado Hiroshi & Nakamura Kazuki
Hajime Kinoko & Jhenna Hana

Music performed by: Sérgio Nascimento
Music recorded by: Tiago de Sousa

Translations and Japanese guidance by: Alice Liddell

Additional interpretation by: Nuit de Tokyo

Interview transcription by: Sugimoto Takashi

Calligraphy by: Ebato Gen

Supported by:
Irma Lucia VFX
Nuit de Tokyo
Nuno Cera

Recorded in Tokyo, February 2011.
Bondage for Sex by Chanta Rose Kinkbaku: The Art of Rope Bondage Better Bondage for Every Body by Evie Vane

Bondage for Sex: Volume 1

By Chanta Rose

"Adult ed" has an entirely new meaning, thanks to this first-of-its-kind guide to bondage in consensual relationships. Authored by renowned bondage expert Chanta Rose, Bondage for Sex: Vol. I corrects the many misconceptions about bondage and introduces readers to the intensely stimulating world of kinky sex.

With professional, step-by-step instruction and graphic, full color photography, the book allows Chanta Rose to escort her readers to a world of dominance, submission and ultimate sexual pleasure.

So if you're curious about bondage, or are seriously fantasizing about trying it, don't miss out on one of lovemakings kinkiest turn-ons. Chanta Rose wants to show you the ropes!

Chanta Rose began her career as a bondage model. She is an experienced rigger in all types of bondage and has tied professionally, on a full-time basis, for more than four years. She has created and managed bondage websites and is well-known in the "fetish" world. Chanta has written a regular sex column for Fiesta Magazine, among others. Born in Melbourne, Australia, the author currently resides in San Francisco where she teaches sex bondage to sold-out classes of couples and groups. She believes that Bondage is ultimately all about sex and hopes to aid in others discovery of such wonderful love-making.

Kinkbaku: The Art of Rope Bondage

Kinbaku is the Japanese word for rope bondage: In the west it is often referred to as Shibari. Although it originated in Japan as a means of restraint and torture, during the last hundred years it has also been used as an activity which gives emotional, physical, and visual pleasure for the participants. Nawashi Murakawa, the Artistic Director of the annual London festival of the Art of Japanese Rope Bondage provides the historical context for the practice which goes back 12000 years. He also explains how Kinbaku has developed as a dramatic art form which is performed in front of audiences in many countries. This series of ten chapters demonstrates how the art of rope bondage has developed in the UK, Russia, Canada and the USA as well as presenting a modern day live performance in Tokyo. The final section shows more traditional Japanese techniques. Chapters with Japanese contributors provide the text in Japanese as well as in English. The stunning and surprising photographs reveal the beauty and daring of the models, and their written accounts together with those of the photographers and rope experts give an insight into the lifestyle of those who practice this particular fetish.
Love getting tied up for fun? Just curious? This extraordinary celebration of rope bondage combines glorious full-color photos, groundbreaking research, and tips found nowhere else in one must-read book. You’ll get insightful writings by bondage experts worldwide on topics like pain processing, anatomy, and rope relationships—plus the stretching warm-up you’ve been waiting for. And if you’re a rope bottom who’s curvy, male, 40+, or gender-nonconforming, or you have a special physical condition like fibromyalgia, you’ll get helpful ideas tailored just for you, gathered from bondage lovers spanning the globe. Those who love to tie haven’t been left out, either! You’ll learn ties for partners with limited range of motion, along with tips for guerrilla bondage (aka rope bombing) from one of its pioneers. And an entire chapter is devoted to self-tying, written by a professional international performer and longtime instructor. As for that groundbreaking research, put your thinking cap on. For the first time publicly, a 15-year neuroscientist shares his insights developed over four years—including through his own case studies—as to why rope bondage makes us feel as amazing as it does. Inspirational essays and a list of resources round out this remarkable volume, which comes on the heels of the popular Little Guide to Getting Tied Up. A heartfelt tribute to community and the beauty of rope bondage lovers in all their diversity, it belongs in the libraries of rope bondage lovers everywhere.