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    June Beginner 2 Rope classes - Peer Rope Melbourne

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    Peer Rope Melbourne is starting a new Beginner 2 course. 

    It will run for four weeks, on Thursday nights from June 6, from 7 pm to 9 pm.

    This course is designed for people who already have basic shibari skills. It is important to have done the beginner PRM course in the past or one of the intensive or have already shibari knowledge from other rope schools. You need to know at least how to perform well a single column tie, and half hitch and have good knowledge of tensions and frictions.

    During the course, you will learn different chest harnesses, hands-free and in a box tie, such as the two ropes TK, different rope play positions, and combinations of previous ties learnt in Beginner 1 (don't worry if you don't remember all the ties or if you come from a different rope school, we will review everything at the beginning of each class to be sure everyone is at the same skill level before to progress into something more complicate). Also, we will start to play with movements, positions and connections between the rigger and the bunny. Shibari is not only knots and ties.

    The classes are $80 per person, for all four classes, with limited numbers.

    Please book your ticket here

    Peer Rope Melbourne is set up to offer quality Shibari / Kinbaku tuition to the Australian Rope community.

    Peer Rope Melbourne is an inclusive, safe space for LGBTIQ + and welcomes anyone interested in learning about Japanese rope ( 18+ ).

    The door opens at 6.45 pm and the class starts at 7 pm sharp and runs for 2 hours.

    Elisa is managing Peer Rope Melbourne

    Elisa's bio: Hailing from Rome, Elisa became interested in alternative sexuality early in life. Elisa has been a linchpin of the growing polyamory community since 2012 in Rome before moving to Sydney in 2015.
    An experienced kinkster, Elisa has worked as a pro-domme in both her old home and new. Since moving to Sydney, she has opened new avenues into tantra and body awareness practices. She has been involved as a helper and presenter at Xplore Rome, Really Good Sex Festival, Love and Lust Festival, Eros Festival, OZ Kink, Burning Man Community, MindBodySpirit Festival, and more.

    Teaching since 2017 in Australia, mainly in Sydney and Melbourne, but also in Newcastle, Canberra and Brisbane, and since 2019 in the US (San Francisco, Las Vegas and Oakland) and Europe (Berlin, Wien, Rome). She opened her school of sexuality in 2018, Intimate Horizons. 
    Elisa started her journey into the rope scene in 2013, before as a bunny and 3 years later as a rigger. She uses ropes as a form of communication between her and the bottom. She loves sensual and erotic rope play, alternating pleasure and pain during the scene.

    Instagram/Facebook @intimatehorizons @peerropemelb

    Facebook group "Peer Rope Melbourne"



    Jess Bio
    : Jess began exploring Shibari in Brisbane in 2016. She continues to learn the art form while delivering the Shibari Experience for clients. They enjoy the physical exercise aspect that comes with tying different body types and the creativity of pretty patterns on a person's body. Their life journey includes a history of performance arts, embodying spiritual practices and now providing bodywork for clients across Australia.

    You may see her performing at Polyfinda Shibari Lounge occasionally. They remain humble to the art and continue to grow and learn from peers and clients respectively.

    Instragram @starlove_shibari


    FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions):

    Q. What should I wear?

    A. We suggest you wear something comfortable, ensuring ease of movement. For anyone wearing a bra, we recommend to wear one without the metal wire (like a sports bra). It could be painful if we practice a chest harness and you are the model.

    Q. Do I need a partner for these classes?

    A. We highly suggest you join the classes with someone happy to be your rope model. Said that, if you can't find one or one class your model is sick, come anyway and you will probably be able to practice some ties on you, or a prop (like a chair) or to just watch to practice after at home. Of course, it is not the same but it is an option. Also, remember to join our FB group "Peer Rope Melbourne" the perfect place to find a rigger/rope model and ask any questions.

    Q: Will I need to bring my own ropes?
    A: Yes, for these classes, it's essential to have your own set of ropes. You'll need at least 3-4 pieces, each 8 meters long, along with your safety shears.

    Q. Does my model need to pay? 

    A. Yes. At Peer Rope Melbourne, we've designed our classes to be educational for both top/rigger/giver and bottom/bunny/receiver. This approach ensures fairness, equality, and accessibility for everyone in terms of cost.

    Q. What if I miss one of the classes?

    A. If you miss just one of the other 4 classes, don't worry. Our teachers always review the main ties, taught in the previous session, at the beginning of each class, ensuring you stay on track with the material.

    Q. I just ended my B2 course but I don't feel ready for Intermediate. What are my options?

    A. No worries! Feel free to rejoin B2 next month with one of the other PRM teachers.
    Each course is led by one of our exceptional teachers, and each of them features a unique teaching style and may introduce additional ties and styles, providing you with a well-rounded learning experience.

    Q. Can I get a refund if I miss a class or the entire course?

    A. Unfortunately, tickets are non-refundable however, they can be transferred to another person (not event) for the same event.
    Contact Elisa through @intimatehorizons (on Facebook or Instagram) or send us an email at to facilitate the transfer

    This is a 18+ only event.

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    Tickets are not refundable but can be transferred to an other person. Send an email to the organiser to share the new participant details