I currently run in person classes on the fundamentals of rope play at Bristol Rope Space (POC friendly).
Over 3 classes, I cover health and safety, consent and negotiations, and how to develop rope scenes and relationships. I have now added a class on the healing properties of rope play.
Bristol Rope Space aims to provide a safe inclusive environment for all people to access rope education and to practice their rope skills. The focus is on building fundamental skills and the development of safe, sane and consensual rope practice. This is a space to develop self awareness and express ourselves in rope in its many forms, in accordance with the rules. Bristol Rope Space welcomes people of colour, LGBTQ+ people, people with visible or hidden disabilities and anyone otherwise marginalised from society.
The evening will consist of a class on the fundamentals of rope play, a Q&A, followed by a demonstration of a popular tie, and time to practice. Classes take place in a well lit studio space near Central Bristol, that is accessible and well resourced. Details shared of precise location on purchase of your ticket.
In 2023, I’ll be teaching the following 3 rope fundamental classes. It’s encouraged to attend all three if possible. I will also be fascilitating a somatic healing with rope workshop, amd celebratingmy 50th Birthday.
Session One: Saturday 8th April 7pm to 9pm SOLD OUT
Theme: Flower Power 🌼 – Wear flowers, bring flowers to decorate your tie, or just show us your unique style.
Class Safety First: Your Body and Mind in Rope Exploring basic anatomy knowledge for Rope and how to create your own personal risk profile.
Demo: Corset Tie
Session two: Saturday 3rd June 7pm to 9pm SOLD OUT
New Theme: Celebrations!🎉 It’s Bristol Rope Space ‘s 3rd anniversary and we are going to celebrate the milestone! So get your glam on and bring a (chilled) party vibe to our class!
Class: Consent and Negotiations: Delving into the structure of consent and how to make your negotiation process useful to you.
Demo: Spiral futomono
Session three: Saturday 5th August 7pm to 9pm
Theme: Alter Egos 🦸♀️- an opportunity to dress up in your favourite outfit or costume, harness your inner alter ego/super hero/true selves.
Class: Developing Rope Scenes and Healthy Rope Relationships: How to make your rope play times fun, meaningful and free from abuse.
Demo: Gunslinger harness
Somatic Healing With Rope Workshop: Saturday 1st September 2023 7pm to 9pm
A class to explore the healing properties of rope play for self tiers, rope tops, and bottoms. We will look at how different bodies, neurodiversity, queerness and trauma affect our rope play and relationships. We will then discover ways to safely and ethically reconnect with our bodies and our tying partners.
Demo: using single columns and freestyle approaches for somatic healing.
Dea Nexa’s 50th Birthday Rope Party 🥳 4th November 2023, 7pm to 9pm
A private social for friends and previous attendees. Usual rules apply. No drugs or alcohol. Bring party snacks. Suggested donation £5 each.
7pm – Doors open
7.05 – prompt start of class
7.40 – Q&A
7.45 – Demo
8.00 – rope practice
9pm – end of event
£10 per person, £5 concessions – please ask. Pay online quoting the date of the event you are attending and the name you would like me to use in my files (if you wish it to be different to your legal name) via PayPal firstname.lastname@example.org or CashApp £DeaNexaShibari
Refunds are only permitted before 48 hours before the event. You can transfer your spot to someone else should you miss the window, but you must inform me of whom and provide contact details.
Alternatively, pay by cash at door. Spots cannot be booked in advance for cash payers. So, please check for availability of spaces before coming to the event by contacting me via email email@example.com or on Instagram dea_nexa. You will be placed on a reserve list and offered a place if it becomes available.
Sold out events hold a reserve list, should there be any unavoidable cancellations. Please enquire via email firstname.lastname@example.org you wish to be added to the reserve list. Thank you.
On purchase of your ticket, all attendees are subject to the following:Only 12 attendees. Please only attend if you have received all Covid19 vaccinations that are available to you. Please take a lateral flow test up to 24 hours before the event if they are free to you. Do not attend if the test is positive or if you are unwell. I will refund your ticket (minus any transaction costs). Keep 1m apart from other attendees whenever possible. If you choose to tie with someone not from your household, then the risk and responsibilities are yours not the host’s. Face masks are optional and may be worn when moving around or mingling with others.
What to Bring
Wear comfortable clothes. You’re welcome to dress up, but be mindful of how this may impact your ability to tie or be tied.Bring your own rope. There will be some old community rope if you need it, but you will be required to clean them with the Clinell wipes provided before returning them.Bring your own floor mat/rug/blanket if you can. There will be some mats available, but you will be required to clean these with the Clinell wipes provided after use.
Please bring your own water bottle. This will save plastic waste. There is a kitchen to use and some snacks will be provided. Remember to bring your own after care resources and any emergency medication you use.
No racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, ableism, anti-Semitic, Islamophobic or any bigoted language or behaviour. Any such behaviour will result in being asked to leave from the venue immediately
.During rope practice: No nudity, sex nor bodily fluids. No neck rope, or any additional play beyond rope. No consensual non-consent play. If you would like to go beyond rope practice, you must seek consent from the host and all attendees.
Have safety scissors if doing rope. Make sure you have any emergency medication with you. You must be willing to call 111 or 999 if there is a medical problem.
Be respectful – do not harass or flirt with people during the event. This is not a dating event. Do not touch people nor their belonging without explicit consent.
Please use scene names and any pronouns explicitly mentioned when interacting with others. We will be operating a colour wristband system. Blue to indicate you are a top, green a bottom. Please be respectful when approaching others to tie with.Photos are only allowed if no one else is visible in the photo and consent is sought from the host.
All these rules will be enforced.The host’s word is final. Do not argue. Repeat offenses or a history of problems in any setting will result in a ban. Bristol Rope Space will cooperate with any law enforcement investigations, should any alleged criminality take place.For policy information, please see here https://www.deanexa.com/home/
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2 replies on “Bristol Rope Space (POC friendly)”
Hi , I’m know nothing about rope play but curious to learn more. I would be attending alone – is this unusual? And when would be a good session for a beginner? Many thanks ! Pete.
Thank you for your query. Yes, it’s suitable for beginners and more experienced alike. We have beginners join us all the time. You are welcome to attend any of our events. There’s one spot left, so book soon!