Erotic Rope Bondage

Erotic Rope Bondage

Erotic Rope Bondage is a very powerful way to create intimacy between people. The concept of the Sydney Rope Festival is to make available a diversity of approaches to erotic rope bondage, and also show how these approaches intersect with other forms like massage, yoga and dance. Very often rope is taught as the learning of pre-given patterns of tying. In other words it is purely technical, and technical understood in a very narrow sense.  Our wish is to expand your understanding of what technique is and can be and what tools you can use to cultivate the experience and the narratives we weave with rope.

Sharing Ourselves and Our Beloveds

Sharing Ourselves and Our Beloveds

Sex positive spaces can provide you with opportunities for deep opening and emotional transformation, but they can also bring up your insecurities, your fears and other challenges,

I've been corresponding recently with couples who are curious about attending our events. Several have said is that while one partner may be interested to play with other people, the other may not be, or is unsure. Personally, we think it's a big mistake to try to push your partner into anything. To open up in any genuine way, it is better to feel that one has permission to go at one's own pace without pressure or expectation. That one has the ability just to be oneself. Some couples may agree to not playing outside the couple. Some may choose to be intimate in public together or try something new.

Erotic Yoga

Erotic Yoga

As you know, everybody today has to market themselves, including us. You can fight against it, but one way or another you have to submit to this imperative. The question is only how to do it without losing your integrity? One day when we were deciding to make a promotional video, I sat down with the team at the School of Really Good Sex, Sarah Roffey, Oliver Damian and Ira Zev, and I asked each of them what their stand-out experiences were at the Festival. What I really wanted to know was why they were working with me, what is it that had made them so passionate about the School?

I would prefer not to

I would prefer not to

A common misconception about our festivals is that it is just about going and having a lot of sex with strangers. This is not true. The purpose of our festivals is to create a sex-positive space, where, on the one hand, yes, people have permission to explore sexuality and eroticism in safety and security, but, on the other hand, it also means that people have the permission not to, ​if they so wish.