You need to learn how to walk

before you can run


In the case of Shibari (縛り), that means you need to learn the basics. Once learned, keep repeating. Like that world-famous trumpet player who is said to have practiced scales daily for hours all throughout his professional career.


Learn the alphabet before writing words, then sentences, then poetry with your rope.




In this first in a series of six workshops . . .


. . . we will cover the basic building blocks of kinbaku (緊縛), starting with the iconic aisatsunawa (greeting shibari, 挨拶縄) techniques.
You will learn the secrets of connective tying while simultaneously acquiring muscle memory and finger dexterity that will help you become a solid rope artist.
This series of six workshops covers the first three Kyu () levels (A + B) of the Osada-ryu kinbaku school system brought to you by the Kinbaku Academy.


Front version


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Diamond version

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Strappado version

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$45/month

Ninth Kyu A Workshop

You have to learn how to walk before you can run