For the first hour we will learn the Front Hands Chest Harness. This front hands chest harness is extremely sustainable for bigger bodies and prevents shoulder strain and possible exhaustion as seen in a traditional TK. Personally this harness saved me as a bottom, I don’t know what I would do without it. Don’t focus on the patterns! Modify placements and chest straps to make this harness your own. Load from any angle with options to create all the shapes.
Often times we find classes centered around a pattern rather than the needs of our bodies and mind. Instead, let’s look at the strengths of the bottom and top and come together to make a sequence that fits what you are wanting out of your time together.
Cynna will pass out note cards and pens. We will take 5-10 minutes to write down our strengths, favorite ties and positions, and what you want/ are needing from the rope today.
Tops will write down the same. Trade cards and talk about what you two as a team want to tie. See how you can incorporate the chest harness we learned in this class.
During this time the space is open. Tie like it’s only two of you in the room, ask questions, lab out position placement for bands. How can I make this tie better? What do I need to work on outside of class?
Feel free to do ground work, partials, or suspension (if experienced in suspension safety and has safety tools present).
Class Type: Tie-along suspension
Participation: Pairs or groups
/wp-content/uploads/Gypsy21.jpg36002400Graydancer/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/RCCsiteHeaderName-1-300x36.pngGraydancer2018-09-20 23:19:362018-10-27 09:55:57Make It Your Own featuring the Front Hands Chest Harness