The Wrap Up: RVA Rope Monthly News (Feb 2019)

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This is our monthly announcement about what’s happening this coming month with RVA Rope!

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Upcoming Events

For all events, please check the calendar or Fetlife for more details and RSVP options! Contact us through our website, Twitter, or Fetlife with questions.

Feb 7: Rope Bite – Bedroom Bondage

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’ll be taking a look at some simple ties to make your bedroom bondage a bit safer and less complicated. We’ll start with an introduction of basic principles, safety considerations, and a variety of options for having fun in the bedroom. After that, we’ll break off into groups to focus on specific variations, after which there should be plenty of time to practice what we’ve covered.

Feb 12: Rope + More

Acro, Rope + More from 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. at Fallout. Come practice rope or combine it with other skills like acro-yoga, lyra, and more!

Feb 21: Rope Bite – Skill Share

Rope Bite Skill Share is a time for local rope enthusiasts of all skill levels and styles of rope to come together to socialize, share what they know, seek help from others, and/or tie together in a shared space.

Feb 22: All Tied Up

Come out and meet the local rope community, see all kinds of rope work, and maybe even get tied up yourself! All night long, different areas of the club will be blocked off to let members of the larger Fallout community see and experience different types of rope play.

If you’d like to work a shift in the new experiences room, be an “official welcomer” to answer questions, or would just like to help out with setup, please let us know!

Feb 26: Rope Lab

Rope Lab is an advanced practice and skill share opportunity where experienced rope practitioners can come together to work with and learn from each other in a private space.

Feb 28: Female Rope Top Skill Share

This is a time for local female rope tops of all skill levels and styles of rope to come together to socialize, share what they know, seek help from others, and/or tie together in a shared space.

The Tail End of the Rope

We really value feedback related to all things RVA Rope because it helps us to identify and meet the needs of the local community. And that community includes you. If you haven’t already, please be sure to fill out the RVA Rope survey. This is your last chance to provide the kind of input that will help shape what the coming year looks like for RVA Rope!

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