Kinkerbelle

Bio

Education tops the list of Kinkerbelle’s kinks. While learning on its own is fun, for them, being able to help someone else learn is beyond words amazing. The smile on their face when they talk about teaching says it all – they just want our brains to do things together! Kink has given them a place in the world: their tribe; their chosen family; a place where they are no longer the weird token friend. They’ve had kinky inclinations since they were itty-bitty. As a child Kinkerbelle used to take out their shoelaces, tie themselves, and watch their body turn colors. As an adult, they’ve found fulfillment, determination and a sense of self. Dollification, rope and rough body play are currently at the center of Kinkerbelle’s self-exploration. Whether playing or teaching, they’re easily recognized by their adorable chronic hiccups.  Outside of kink, they practice yoga, are obsessed with food, and love getting lost on adventures. They’re often found trying to play with their cat, whose insistence in biting them reminds them that even their cat is a little bit twisted.

Classes and Events

Oct
27
Sat
Begining Suspension @ Williamson 3
Oct 27 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Begining Suspension @ Williamson 3

You’ve decided that you’re ready to learn suspension? Great! This is the class for you. We are going to teach you to get your bottom in the air with a couple of basic suspension positions but also allowing you some creative license in where you put the rope and how you get them there. We will discuss the positions on a conceptual level and then give them a go.

Class Type: Tie-along suspension
Participation: Pairs or groups

RopEmotions
Oct 27 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
RopEmotions

Touch is one of the main ways we communicate in our daily interactions and it is especially important in our play. With touch, you can convey both simple and complex messages. You can make someone feel warm and fuzzy, scared out of their minds, or confused. In this class, we will break down the many aspects of this powerful tool through rope and the various ways you can use them together. Through discussion and practice we will explore the who, what, when, where, why, and how of touch in play.

Class Type: Tie-along floorwork
Participation: Pairs or groups

Oct
28
Sun
Dynamic Suspension
Oct 28 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Dynamic Suspension

If you’ve been doing suspension for a while, you’ve certainly run into a bottom who has to come down due to pain or numbness. We’re going to use this class to look at ways to move our bottom and change their position without having to bring them down. Dynamic suspension can significantly increase the length of your scenes. It is also the basis for rope performance. And most importantly, its fun! We will look at a few basic transitions while maintaining a strong focus on safety and sustainability.

Class Type: Tie-along suspension
Participation: Pairs or groups