Friday March 23 Edition:
Guest Presenter TBA
Rope skills + Rope Play = Ropes U
NYC's finest Rope salon.
Now in our 8th(!) year.
Dedicated to refining the shades of contrast.
Exploring liminal spaces.
Facilitating transformation and growth.
An elegant space where artists may explore their more primal creative instincts in a civilized manner.
Infinite hardpoints, hashira, horizontal bar, among other unique devices...
Chill out in Elysium, get bent in Infernum.
a full spread of Soft drinks and snacks will be served.
$35 per person,$60 per couple, or $40 per person cash at the door
7:30pm - Doors open for a bit of awkward small talk
8:00pm - Demo/performance/skillshare
Play Party starts at 9pm and winds down at 2am (-ish...)
The iron gates will be closed to revelers at 11pm.
you'll be very sad if you try to come after 11.
Sorry (not sorry)
Previous attendees who know the way are always welcome. Kindly RSVP.
Admission to Ropes U is by invitation:
- This is Due to space constraints, and to preserve our safe, friendly, polite, gentle, yet devilishly erotic, decadently uncrowded atmosphere, so we only invite a limited number of guests for each session.
- It’s not difficult to get an invitation, just please demonstrate that you’re on board with our expectations for how we create a safe space.
- This is an exercise in intentional community-- come with a purpose, we’re not interested in casual consumers.
- It's not that we want to be assholes, really, it's that we prefer to know with whom we are sharing space. Accountability is a thing.
- So, if we're not already acquainted, send us a private message so that we may become so. It will be glaringly obvious to us if you’ve not read thru the event listing
- You’re welcome.
- Advance Ticket Link Here
Ropes U works well because everyone who attends is is on the same page about how to treat one another.
There are no passive consumers here, everyone is an active participant.
Top, bottom, observer... Equals
The magic only happens when everyone in the room feels empowered.
Take a minute to read, and to think about where we're coming from: