Class: Body Manipulation and Flow Management in Connective Kink
Jiffy Kink Education Series presented by Wolfram
This class (suitable for kinksters of all experience levels), will offer a series of techniques and principles that can be used to safely and efficiently increase the Top’s control over the bottoms movement and to more fluidly manipulate their position within a dynamic scene. We’ll learn some cool ways to easily and smoothly make our bottoms move the way we want them to and to keep them from moving the ways we don’t want them to. Efficient body manipulation in a scene is less tiring for the Top, more engaging for the bottom, and much much more entertaining to watch.
We’re going to learn about fluid movement, safety, transitions, kinesiology, and how to use your environment to your advantage when tying your partner. We will also demo some adaptations for various body types including situations where the bottom is larger than the Top. These techniques can be applied to any type of scene but we will be demoing the concepts in the context of a floor rope scene. It will be mostly lecturing and demonstration style with questions allowed throughout and some practice allowed at the end for those who are interested.
$10 (and separate from the cover charge for the following play party)
Luke Wolfram is a shibari rigger, Kenpo blackbelt, and the leathersmith behind House Of Wolfram leather bondage gear. Luke has spent the last decade traveling to kink, BDSM, and fetish events across the country studying the broad spectrum of bondage and safety techniques offered by the community. He teaches under the philosophy that there is not one way to practice kink as they are all different facets of the same stone and that every class is merely an example of the subjective experiences of the teacher and not intended to be taken as universal practice but rather as lessons to draw experience from.
Kinky perverts, exhibitionists, and voyeurs of all types are welcome. This is a BIPOC, queer, and trans inclusive space.
COVID NOTE: At present, it is our intention to require 1) proof of vaccination, 2) masks (except when actively eating, drinking or scening), and 3) if you are unmasked (when drinking/eating/playing) only do so with people you can contact in the event of subsequently discovered COVID exposure.
We understand that this does not eliminate risk but we believe it is reasonable mitigation and minimizes the risk of community spread while allowing people to operate within their risk tolerance. We’ll try our best to make it worth it!