February, 2022

24feb16:0018:00Virtual EventSoguitaFocus on Hair 16:00 - 18:00 CET(GMT+01:00) View in my time Facilitator: Soguita (all pronouns) Category:Day 2,Queerope 2022Format:conference


Soguita (all pronouns)I was born in 1986, Buenos Aires, Argentina. I studied visual arts and photography, I worked as a photography teacher for teenagers, children and adults. I also worked in film as a camera and art assistant. My interest in rope bondage appeared in 2006, it was not until 2018 that I was able to practice with a friend and colleague Guido Ignatti. Then I started studying with Leo Guga in Buenos Aires and different virtual workshops organized by Karada House. I have been attending Kanna and Kagura's salons regularly for about a year now and I plan to continue studying forever. Currently my job is to tie in private sessions and give a beginner-level workshop in Buenos Aires. I also participate in mixed projects with rope and visual, movement and sound arts as well as a personal research laboratory where we started the project "hair" the year last. Always grateful, curious and insatiable.


(Thursday) 16:00 - 18:00 CET(GMT+01:00) View in my time



Event Details

The approach of tying hair consists of working simple structure ties and exploring the resistance and sensitivity of the scalp to the extent of those who participate in the experience.

It is not the ultimate and only goal to achieve a complete hair suspension, but the nuances of experience and the technical aspects of the discipline.

In this class you will learn about: care in risk practices (body, mind, emotions), uses, and personal concerns. Lark’s head, half hitch, pulley, single and double braid, hairstyle, capillary strength, hair and rope gag, “mummy” and “scarf”. Scalp massages and cervical care exercises.



Format: lecture/discussion

Minimum Knowledge Level: Basic knowledge of rope handling and care for the person being tied. The patterns of the ties are not complex but they do require a lot of attention in the details of tension and physical care.

What to Bring: Hairbrush or comb, Ropes (1 minimum). Ideally a suspension point or some point where a hoist/pulley can be generated to work the tension in the scalp. The strength of the hands can also be used.

Solo or Partnered: The workshop is designed to work with a partner. It is quite difficult to tie your own hair (not impossible), that is why it’s highly recommended (but NOT excluding) to be with someone open to participate and explore this practice.

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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