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'Shibari Suspensions 2019: A Step by Step Guide'

'Shibari Suspensions 2019: A Step by Step Guide'

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Delve into the intricate world of shibari suspension techniques with this comprehensive guide.

As the art of Japanese-style rope bondage gains popularity for its visual allure and the intimate connection it fosters between partners, this book serves as a detailed reference for fundamental suspension techniques. Offering insights into both the ties and the bound body, its user-friendly structure encourages creative thinking and adaptation to individual preferences. Emphasizing learning for both riggers and models, it provides a dual perspective on rope dynamics. While it introduces simple partial suspensions, it also lays the groundwork for mastering more advanced full suspensions.

Please note: shibari suspension involves inherent risks, and attempting to learn it without in-person tuition is strongly discouraged. This book is best utilised as supplementary material to support hands-on learning.


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Teun Ruiter

'Shibari Suspensions 2019: A Step by Step Guide'

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Brent CG
A good recommended book

Its a great book for wo want to know some tings before starting suspensions and it teach u about nerve locations. I would recommend it to read the book and then lern suspensions from a real teacher

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Joel Simpson
Beautiful, comprehensive and detailed

The book contains a surprising amount of information and it is presented in a well organized and easy to understand manner. Every page is packed with full color photographs, it's a work of art.

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Kinbaku_Kookaburra
Great intermediate book but a little short

Delivery from the rope shop was super quick and discrete. The book itself is excellent as an entry point into Shibari and basic suspensions, but it's quite short. It goes through a few key harnesses like the TK and Futo, and the principles of locking off, but that's about it. I guess I was hoping for more harnesses (e.g. an Agura) and more discussion of things like transitioning and how to judge the correct tension of uplines given that it's a book about suspensions. Perhaps it would be too dangerous to write a book about that staff rather than ask people to take tutoring. I did learn a lot of little tips and tricks from reading through the book carefully. The section on carabiners, for example, was fantastic - better than anything else out there I'd say. Absolutely worth the price.

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Sara

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