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6431 Milner Blvd. Suite 4
Orlando, Fl 32809
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Upcoming Events

06Dec
Orlando Rope Bite
Fri Dec 06, 2019 @ 7:00PM - 11:00PM

06Dec
Dungeon Open
Fri Dec 06, 2019 @ 8:00PM -

07Dec
Holiday Vending & Sensation Stations!
Sat Dec 07, 2019 @ 3:00PM - 07:00PM

07Dec
Dungeon Open
Sat Dec 07, 2019 @ 8:00PM -

08Dec
Kyoujin Baku Bondage Dojo
Sun Dec 08, 2019 @ 4:00PM - 07:00PM

12Dec
Kyoujin Baku Bondage Dojo
Thu Dec 12, 2019 @ 7:00PM - 10:00PM

13Dec
Dungeon Open
Fri Dec 13, 2019 @ 8:00PM -

13Dec
Photography Group
Fri Dec 13, 2019 @ 8:00PM - 11:00PM

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Orlando Rope Bite
Friday, December 06, 2019, 07:00pm - 11:00pm
This repeat is an exception to the normal repeat pattern

Interested in learning how to self tie or growing your self tie skills?

Have something new you'd like to share?

Join @kawaii_sadist and @xLUMENx as they lead a self-tie skill share.

 

Join us before class for tea time!

We will be meeting at 7pm at the Shed to have tea and social time. We will have some teas and one electric kettle but anyone is welcomed (and encouraged) to bring teas, teapots, teacups (especially cups!) or anything else.

 

Tea at 7pm
Class at 8pm
Rope Jam after class

 

Open to everyone interested in rope bondage, Rope Bite is a munch, class, open discussion and play session all rolled into one welcoming and open environment. It is our hope that rope tops, bottoms, and switches of all skill levels come together as a community and have the opportunity to share and develop their skills. Come when you can to what you can. It's going to kick ass!

 

The Orlando Rope Bite meets the first Friday of every month and is open to both members and non-members of The Woodshed!

 

What to expect at Rope Bite:

Welcome! Whether you're new to the scene or you've been around for a while, anyone can be nervous walking into a new space. Here is what to expect if you walk in to ours.

 

Rope Bite is an all inclusive rope class. Anyone of any skill level is welcomed. We ask that you respect a few norms:

 

  • Respect everyone's time
    Class starts at 8. If you come in late, please come in quietly.
    Please keep your voices down during class. Asking for quietness and respect takes time from the class. We'd love to chat and have tea time and the rope jam after class to do so.

 

  • Respect everyone's opinions
    We are all on our own rope journey. It's always acceptable to ask questions and ask "why" but if you'd like to go into deeper conversations about a specific choice, please ask during lab time.

 

  • Respect your current skill level
    It's ok to be new or be a little rusty! Tying or bottoming outside of your skill level can set you up for failure and/or injury. Please know what you can and can't do and feel free to ask for help or a spot, especially if you're trying something new or a little unsure. Never be embarrassed of your skill; all of us were new!

 

  • Respect everyone's space
    Don't touch people or things without explicit permission

 

What should I bring?
A notebook, pen, and rope (if you have it). You might want to bring a blanket to tie on.

 

Do I need to bring a partner?
Nope! Some tops and bottoms come alone, meet, and partner in class. Self-tiers are also welcomed.

 

Can I just watch?
Anyone is welcomed to respectfully watch and learn. You do not have to tie or be tied.

 

Do you have rope I can use?
Yep! We have loaner jute that anyone is welcomed to use.

 

What is tea?
We were once told to "never skip the tea."

Tea time is a time to talk about rope beyond the ties. It's a social time to discuss anything but conversation usually leans towards rope, why we tie, what we are working on, struggling with, and other rope adjacent conversations. Sometimes we just talk about our day.

There will be some teas for anyone to use. We also have one electric kettle to heat water in. Bringing your own cup is encouraged (but we will have some you can borrow too!)

Anyone is welcome to come to tea.

If you'd like to help, please feel free to bring tea, tea pots, electric kettles, or cups.

 

What is a rope jam?
It's time to practice what you learned in class or to just practice. A lot of rope-y folks hang out and skill share and there are DMs to offer advice.

 

What does this cost?
Rope bite is all by donation and all donations go directly to The Woodshed. They let us use this space and their AC for no cost at all. If you are able to donate, we ask that you please do. It tells the Shed that you appreciate this space and class and that you want it to keep going.

Orlando Rope Bite

Friday, December 06, 2019 07:00pm - 11:00pm
This repeat is an exception to the normal repeat pattern

Interested in learning how to self tie or growing your self tie skills?

Have something new you'd like to share?

Join @kawaii_sadist and @xLUMENx as they lead a self-tie skill share.

 

Join us before class for tea time!

We will be meeting at 7pm at the Shed to have tea and social time. We will have some teas and one electric kettle but anyone is welcomed (and encouraged) to bring teas, teapots, teacups (especially cups!) or anything else.

 

Tea at 7pm
Class at 8pm
Rope Jam after class

 

Open to everyone interested in rope bondage, Rope Bite is a munch, class, open discussion and play session all rolled into one welcoming and open environment. It is our hope that rope tops, bottoms, and switches of all skill levels come together as a community and have the opportunity to share and develop their skills. Come when you can to what you can. It's going to kick ass!

 

The Orlando Rope Bite meets the first Friday of every month and is open to both members and non-members of The Woodshed!

 

What to expect at Rope Bite:

Welcome! Whether you're new to the scene or you've been around for a while, anyone can be nervous walking into a new space. Here is what to expect if you walk in to ours.

 

Rope Bite is an all inclusive rope class. Anyone of any skill level is welcomed. We ask that you respect a few norms:

 

  • Respect everyone's time
    Class starts at 8. If you come in late, please come in quietly.
    Please keep your voices down during class. Asking for quietness and respect takes time from the class. We'd love to chat and have tea time and the rope jam after class to do so.

 

  • Respect everyone's opinions
    We are all on our own rope journey. It's always acceptable to ask questions and ask "why" but if you'd like to go into deeper conversations about a specific choice, please ask during lab time.

 

  • Respect your current skill level
    It's ok to be new or be a little rusty! Tying or bottoming outside of your skill level can set you up for failure and/or injury. Please know what you can and can't do and feel free to ask for help or a spot, especially if you're trying something new or a little unsure. Never be embarrassed of your skill; all of us were new!

 

  • Respect everyone's space
    Don't touch people or things without explicit permission

 

What should I bring?
A notebook, pen, and rope (if you have it). You might want to bring a blanket to tie on.

 

Do I need to bring a partner?
Nope! Some tops and bottoms come alone, meet, and partner in class. Self-tiers are also welcomed.

 

Can I just watch?
Anyone is welcomed to respectfully watch and learn. You do not have to tie or be tied.

 

Do you have rope I can use?
Yep! We have loaner jute that anyone is welcomed to use.

 

What is tea?
We were once told to "never skip the tea."

Tea time is a time to talk about rope beyond the ties. It's a social time to discuss anything but conversation usually leans towards rope, why we tie, what we are working on, struggling with, and other rope adjacent conversations. Sometimes we just talk about our day.

There will be some teas for anyone to use. We also have one electric kettle to heat water in. Bringing your own cup is encouraged (but we will have some you can borrow too!)

Anyone is welcome to come to tea.

If you'd like to help, please feel free to bring tea, tea pots, electric kettles, or cups.

 

What is a rope jam?
It's time to practice what you learned in class or to just practice. A lot of rope-y folks hang out and skill share and there are DMs to offer advice.

 

What does this cost?
Rope bite is all by donation and all donations go directly to The Woodshed. They let us use this space and their AC for no cost at all. If you are able to donate, we ask that you please do. It tells the Shed that you appreciate this space and class and that you want it to keep going.

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The Woodshed Orlando

Located at: 6431 Milner Boulevard Suite 4, Orlando, Fl 32809
Email: contact@thewoodshedorlando.com
Call us at: 407-293-7474
Mailing Address: PO Box 568292, Orlando, Fl 32856

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