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You don't have to be Dom, sub, kinky, or experienced for this beginner level class. As adults, we won't often get permission to roughhouse as we once did in our youths. Wrestling or Playfighting is a way of taking this fun sport to a safe and sexy place.
This special edition of Wrestling for Lovers will focus on the popular fetish of Asphyxiation. There's no denying porn has made choking seemingly ubiquitous and normalized in a sexual setting. That doesn't mean that everyone desires this, but if you do, you should learn to do so properly! In an effort to teach individuals safe and sexy ways to execute this without hurting your lover. Knowledge is power, don't attempt anything unsafe without proper knowledge and especially without consent!
With a very heavy focus on safety, there will be much to learn to understand the mechanics of the body as well as how to utilize your own to administer chokes and holds. Tapping out is EXTRA important with this focus. We will discuss why individuals may find this desireable and distinguish the difference between the phsyicality versus the fantasy approach. Prepare to be educated on common mistakes individuals make. We always err on the side of caution for our classes.
In this class you will learn basic Jui Jitsu inspired manuevers to properly control and contain your partner. We put an erotic twist on physical techniques for Foreplay and Coitus. Switch roles and take turns as top. With the assistance of trained MMA professionals you will learn takedowns, holds, and strategies to overpower your partner.
What should I wear/bring?
Gym or activewear is enourage but not neccesary. Please remove any jewelry or sharp objects on your person. We ask that you remove your shoes once you enter the gym space. Bring a water bottle, and if you're prone to sweating - a change of clothes. This is a low impact class but there is physical exertion involved.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
You must be at least 18 to take this class. You will be asked to sign a waiver at the start of the class.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please direct any questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Nope! Isn't technology great?