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Thursday
Nov202014

Shibari show at Aust Power Exchange Contest

Hi A/all,

As promised, I'm dedicating a post here to My most recent shibari rope bondage show at the Australian Power Exchange Title Contest on Oct 19th...

It was definitely My very best show to date!

I tied My co-performer Shuga with My ubiquitous red rope into what is called a Tippy Lyra. This is a device used by aerialists clearly shown in the shots - a hoop like device that hangs parallel to the floor. (It weighs about 10kgs!)

We then raised her in the air and she worked the lyra, spinning and twisting through the hoop using the rope to hang in the middle of the circle...

It was magic!

Shuga was even able to hang straight off the lyra, making her look like she was hanging in the air supported by nothing at all! (I'd used black ropes on the suspension line, so it didn't read as clearly as the red ropes, from a distance...)

The thing I really loved about this show was that, as Shuga informed Me later, all her moves were determined by the random and arbitrary arrangements of the rope and the hoop together. This meant that she could not decide where she was going to move to or land, meaning every movement she made and shape she created was totally spontaneous!

It was rope and aerials magic!

I'm proud to say we've already had inquiries about a repeat show next January...

Best, on land or air!

MT

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