The 910Rope class is geared for beginners who have never handled rope before and intermediates that want to work on their basic rope bondage skills. At the beginning of the class we will go over safety and the different types of rope used for bondage. Next part of the class we will teach you how to tie a single column cuff. A single column cuff is the first tie everyone needs to learn to be able to advance to all other types of rope bondage.
After you learn the cuff we will teach a basic decorative tie that will be the foundation for almost all types of decorative rope bondage. From there we will teach a simple chest harness. You do not need a partner for this class because we will teach you how to tie the cuff and the decorative tie on yourself. For the chest harness we have mannequins on hand to learn with or we encourage you to partner with another attendee to accomplish the harness.
For this class there may be times when we will be sitting on the floor so yoga mats are recommended, but not necessary. If you do not have your own rope there will be loaner rope available for everyone. There will be three teachers on hand so that attendees get plenty of one on one attention.
The goal of this rope class is to teach you the foundations of rope bondage to get you on the right path to learn a more advanced style of rope art.
About the Instructors
Chris started with rope in early 2015 at Lair De Sade's Wednesday night class and began volunteering at Club Awakening teaching basic rope bondage in late 2017. He has a passion for showing people how rope play works.
Fin began his rope bondage journey in 2006 (before Google was a thing and before YouTube even existed) the same way as everyone else in those days: Learning everything on the playground.
Today, after extensive training, many photo shoots and public performances, and several professional credits including a 10 page spread in Hustlers Taboo magazine, Fin loves teaching kinbaku almost as much as he loves doing it.
When do the doors open?
Guest will be allowed to enter at 7:45 PM. Doors will close at 9:30 PM.
Can I purchase tickets at the door?
Yes, you can buy tickets at the door. However, please note that there's a $5 flat upcharge on all tickets purchased at the door in addition to the standard processing fee. We highly recommend buying your tickets online in advance. This way, you'll avoid the extra charge but also ensure your spot at the event, as door tickets are subject to availability.
How much do tickets cost?
Tickets cost $35 for in-person! In-person tickets are first come, first serve and are non-transferable: they must match the name on our guest list at the door.
Where is 910 WeHo?
910 N La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles 90069
Where can I park?
There is street parking, meter parking, and even parking structures within walking distance. We recommend using the residential side streets for free parking, as there are many near our building. If you need special arrangements due to a disability, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can help accommodate you!
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910 WeHo will refund the cost of your ticket in credit form that will be sent to your email (not the fee) if a refund is requested for an event or class. Once the event or class has begun, 910 WeHo does not guarantee refunds, although you may still request a refund, and we may choose to grant it at our discretion. If you know you will not be able to attend, please request a refund early by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Thank you!