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Bruce Esinem
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Shibari teacher, performer and purveyor of all things rope bondage related
Shibari teacher, performer and purveyor of all things rope bondage related

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A clip from Suspension Techniques: Part XII on ShibariClasses.com

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Our latest in the suspension techniques series on ShibariClasses.com
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Just one example of what you can learn at ShibariClasses.com

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Osada Steve interview
Osada Steve interview
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To think I once imagined I could cover suspension in a DVD series! I dread to think how many DVDs we'd be up to by now as they is a hell a lot of content.

I've just uploaded the twelfth part of this ever-growing course. Now on-line here

You can see a few screen grabs from it on my profile.

In Part XII, we will cover a sequence of transitions and further explore transferring suspension load. In this case. I will be using Nina's technique of connecting into a gun-slinger style harness to achieve a user-friendly inverted one-leg suspension. To reach this position, you will learn a transition from gyaku-ebi zuri (a demanding face-down) in to a side suspension (yoko zuri). I will show you two ways to move into gyaku-ebi zuri. The spectacular way is a lightning fast transition from an M-shape suspension which is perfect for performances. I also take you through a more basic version which simply requires the legs to be lifted into position.

Gyaku ebi zuri (a face-down suspension)
One-leg inversion
Yoko zuri variant (side suspension)
M-shape suspension
Transitions
If you skipped some of the earlier parts in the series, I strongly recommend studying them before going further. Part IV is particularly relevant as it covers the M-shape suspension in detail. In any case, an understanding of suspension basics and the ability to tie a suspension capable gote (TK) is a minimum requirement.

In addition to the main tutorials, we include:

X-friction tutorial
Vital information on gote tension
Performance example
One-handed suspension line pass-through
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