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Toronto Workshop – BDSM Basics
May 27, 2018 @ 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM EDT$35
BDSM Basics Workshop Description
Brand new to BDSM, but don’t know where to start?
The BDSM Basics Workshop gives you an overview of what’s involved in the exciting world of kink. Begin by learning some basic terminology about the different types of dynamics. Find out how to explore your options and discover what appeals to you. Get some tips and tricks on incorporating BDSM into your already existing relationship(s) or find an already kinky partner.
Next, we start some hands-on learning about play. Discover common desires with your partner(s) through a short BDSM checklist. We will discuss the basics of negotiation and the importance of informed consent so that you and your partner(s) feel more comfortable talking about kink.
Prepare to get your hands “dirty” as we learn some valuable sensual spanking techniques and how to structure a scene.
Finally, it’s time to break out the rope! Learn a few practical, simple bondage techniques that anyone can do. Of course, bondage safety is an important part of learning BDSM and participants will gain a solid understanding of basic bondage & rope safety.
After this action packed 3 hours, you will have a good foundation to practice and continue exploring BDSM!
Looking for something a bit different? Check out the BDSM 101 Presentation
BDSM Basics Workshop Length
This workshop runs 2.5-3 hours in length (usually closer to 3 hours). It is divided into 3 segments of 45 minutes each, with a short break between.
- BDSM Terminology & Introducing Kink to Relationships
- Basics of Play
- Basic Bondage
There is also 30 minutes at the end of the workshop for questions and practice.
BDSM Basics Workshop Details
This class is best suited to groups of 10 – 25 people.
The BDSM Basics Workshop is hands-on. Attendees are encouraged to participate as much as they feel comfortable. They are also encouraged to bring a partner, if possible. Single or solo attendees are always welcome and will be able to participate in the class as well.
The Workshop is presented in gender-neutral terms. This class is a safe space for LGBTQA people, attendees are expected to respect that. Disrespectful behaviour will not be tolerated.