Kanna & Kagura

26feb13:4515:45Kanna & KaguraAccessible Chair Suspension ClassVirtual Event13:45 - 15:45 FacilitatorAkechi Kanna & Akechi KaguraCategoryDay 4,Queerope 2022


(Saturday) 13:45 - 15:45 CET





Event Details

Adaptive Suspension & Semenawa for people with disabilities and everyone else with ease!

This class will guide you to develop a supported and adaptive chair-based semenawa & suspension. If you or your partner has some kind of disability for suspension or floorwork, this is good for you to discover something fun! ♬︎♡ Even if you have a non-disabled body, this class is also for you!

Especially for suspension beginners, bigger bodies and self-suspensioners, or people who want to take pictures, this seated adaptive class is gentle and suitable! We don’t want to exclude or discriminate against anyone in rope. Rope has no gender or borders, and Rope should be for Every Bodies! Kanna-ryu has many shibari patterns, but it’s all about adaptation to your partner’s body and limitations, your own tastes, and moods.

Shibari/Kinbaku is not all about suspension, but suspension is possible for anybody who wants it☆

Come sit with us and explore rope practice with the chair♪♪



Format: hands-on workshop/demonstration

Minimum Knowledge Level: Basic body harness (or TK) and upline skills

What to Bring: ropes, safety gear, and a chair, if you want to tie along

Solo or Partnered: all constellations welcome

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.



Akechi Kanna & Akechi Kagura

縄師 神凪 Akechi Kanna(X-gender) and 神楽 Akechi Kagura are Japanese queer rope couple that have been together for 14 years. They have traveled around the world to teach and perform Japanese Kinbaku Kanna succeeded from 明智伝鬼 Akechi Denki and has developed. Kanna style is semenawa style which draws inspiration from Hojojutsu 捕縄術, is very restrictive and includes complete control of the body and often plays with the breath. “We believe that rope has no gender or borders, and rope should be for everyone, and could be fun for both the rigger and the model.”

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