February, 2021

25feb13:4515:45Event OverVirtual EventRopespacedStriking a Nerve: Anatomy for Rope Bondage13:45 - 15:45 CET(GMT+01:00) View in my timeCategory:Day 2,Queerope 2021Format:conference


  • Cait/Ropespaced (they/them, she/her)

    Cait/Ropespaced (they/them, she/her)

    ropespaced is a switchy, kinky nurse with a passion for rope education. They have been active in the community since 2014 as a bottom, top, and self-tyer. They have been teaching since 2017 and joined Maine's Black Knot Rope Group as a leader in 2018. Their primary focuses at this time are bringing more health and safety, intermediate-level, and bottom-focused education to the rope community. photo: Griffin 207


(Thursday) 13:45 - 15:45 CET(GMT+01:00) View in my time



Event Details

In this class, Ropespaced will go in-depth on nerve safety for rope bondage. They will discuss and demonstrate basic anatomy and physiology, with a focus on the nerves most affected in bondage. They’ll talk about the most common injuries seen and the mechanisms that cause them. We will discuss ways to reduce the risk of injury, ways to monitor your body during and after rope, and how to deal with and take care of an injury. There will be time for Q&A and, time allowing, a round-table discussion with participants sharing their personal experiences with nerve injuries.



Format: Lecture/Presentation

Minimum Knowledge Level: all levels

What to Bring: paper and pen to take notes

Solo or Partnered: both, partnered if you want to tie along

Class recording: yes

This class will be recorded (only the facilitator, not the participants) and is available for ticket holders for 30 days after the event.


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The login details for this class will be sent to you via email shortly before the event.



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