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    Bruce Esinem & Nina Russ Workshop in Buenos Aires

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  • Since long time ago many things have been said about the actual process Japanese nawashis use to prepare their ropes before they start to tie. Many people have written, spoken or even posted videos on this subject, and so did I devote lots of time trying to find the origins and fundamentals of many of the process I’ve heard and I’ve been told about. There are those people who wash their ropes (even in laundry machines or dish washers machines), those who boil them, who let them dry at the sun, those who dry them in tension, those who cook...

    Getting ropes ready

    Since long time ago many things have been said about the actual process Japanese nawashis use to prepare their ropes before they start to tie. Many people have written, spoken or even posted videos on this subject, and so did I devote lots of time trying to find the origins and fundamentals of many of the process I’ve heard and I’ve been told about. There are those people who wash their ropes (even in laundry machines or dish washers machines), those who boil them, who let them dry at the sun, those who dry them in tension, those who cook...

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  • “Each soul looks after what its inner essence asks for” On these days were shibari has become so popular and there are so many people interested on learning, practicing and enjoying it , I wanted to meditate about what drives us to shibari, and why we do love ropes. Rope community offers a variety of riggers nowadays.  They not only differ in how much they learned, the techniques they master, or their style, but mostly and more importantly in that inner fire that drives them to pick up the ropes.  Not all of them have the same motivation to tie....

    What drives us to shibari

    “Each soul looks after what its inner essence asks for” On these days were shibari has become so popular and there are so many people interested on learning, practicing and enjoying it , I wanted to meditate about what drives us to shibari, and why we do love ropes. Rope community offers a variety of riggers nowadays.  They not only differ in how much they learned, the techniques they master, or their style, but mostly and more importantly in that inner fire that drives them to pick up the ropes.  Not all of them have the same motivation to tie....

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