Personal training

Kinbaku-Samanawa gives personal Kinbaku training so that each student responds to his unique needs. The study materials are varied when an emphasis is placed on nonverbal communication as is customary in Japan, the components of the Kinbaku connect together to the largest sum of its parts to form an emotional connection which turns Shibari (縛 り) to Kinbaku ( 緊 縛) on the floor (newaza, 寝 技) and in suspension (tsuri, 吊 り).

  • Prices

    400 NIS per hour
    100 NIS per hour for a model – or bring the model with you
    A minimum of two hours, it is strongly recommended to take three consecutive hours

    Why personal training

    Group training is more suitable for beginners who want to experiment with basic structures and get a general idea. In group workshops we touch the various elements but we do not have time to delve into them. It is only in personal training that one can relate specifically to the student – both at the technical level and at the Kinabaku level – and reach the depths required for a significant Kinabaku.

    The basics

    in group workshops we usually do not have the time and resources to work with each rigger personally over time and according to his unique needs, therefore many basic elements are misunderstood or distorted. In person we have the time to rebuild the whole base if necessary – and it is usually the case. Mastering the basics is essential to enable safe and flowing Kinbaku. You should not experience more advanced materials before full control is achieved because it would endanger the model.

    Newaza

    Depending on the student’s needs: posture appeal, communication exercises, macrame, timing, location, tensions, personal signature, how not to tie, maximum effect – improvisations, symbols in shibari and their meaning in Japanese culture and in Kinabaku and many other shibari constructions.

    Tsuri

    We will learn all the changes in the air that are appropriate for each type of suspensions and suspension progressions: when to suspend and why, what qualities should be included, when to not suspend, how fast to go down and when, how to deal with problems in the air, limitations and so forth.

    We will learn what type of TK to construct for each type of progression and why, in fact, the student will be inventing new TKs for specific needs so that the suspension becomes safer and more convenient.

    The types of suspension progressions taught in private lessons are: Aomuke zuri, Sakasa tsuri, Yoko zuri, Hashirazuri 柱 吊 り, Teppo, Ebi zuri, Fotomomo-tsuri, Gyaku Ebi Tsuri, and more.