Important information | Shibari lessons

Attention! Important!

Please read this text carefully and make sure that you and your partner understand everything correctly before you start using the materials published on this site. All the participants regardless of their positioning should be conscious of all that is written below.

Shibari as any other rope bondage carries the risks of both physical and psychological harm.

People taking part in bondage must be of legal age and be able to give informed and clearly interpreted consent to the actions included in bondage. They should also be able to stop the process immediately upon request. Do not take part in rope bondage (as well as in any other BDSM-related practices) under the influence of mind-altering drugs (alcohol, drugs, psychostimulants, etc.).

This video course is intended for physically fit adults. Remember that shibari carries potential health risks, especially taking into account the individual characteristics of each person. Be aware of your individual characteristics when passing this video course. Do not do what you are unsure about. Be sure to consult a doctor in case of injury and/or even suspected injury. Do not take part in bondage if you feel unwell and stop the process if your state deteriorates.

The video course is provided on an «as is» basis and reflects the instructor’s personal view on the correctness of certain exercises. This means that the content provider is not responsible for any possible risks of health damage, damage to property or any other problems resulting from the use of the course materials, regardless of the source and legality of obtaining materials for use.

Control all your tools (ropes, carabiner, rings, etc.), mounting points of the suspension, the conditions and equipment of the room, its environment.

Remember that the correct understanding and learning of the proposed material can not be assessed and / or controlled without an instructor. Only the instructor is able to give feedback, correct mistakes and run supporting actions in a difficult situation. Treat it as a manual, but not a complete substitution for instructor-led training.

If you are not confident in your abilities and knowledge that are necessary to perform the exercise, practice other lessons, try to get advice from an experienced colleague, ask someone from experienced colleagues to personally insure you at the first performance of complex exercises.

Best whishes.

Boris Mosafir.