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Called Ushirode-gasso shibari, or reverse Buddhist prayer tie, the arm binder is the most common upper body rope bondage shape in the western style, and a very common shape in Japanese rope bondage, second only to the box tie. It is the reverse of this Buddhist prayer position, the same shape, but behind the back, that I call an armbinder. Sweet Gwendoline, a character by American bondage art pioneer John Willie, was frequently shown restrained in an arm binder. While it does appear in mid century Japanese bondage art, it does so less than the box tie. In American bondage art of the same period however, the arm binder shape dominates.

From the back, the elongated V shape created by the arms enhances the appearance of the shoulder to waist ratio, which in turn indirectly enhances the appearance of the hip to waist ratio. It makes butts look good from the back, where all the interesting rope is in an armbinder tie. One line of thinking about rope bondage traces the history of shibari to an anachronistic rope-based martial art called hojojitsu.

This style was used in Edo Japan to both to subdue opponents on a sword based battlefield, and restrain civilian prisoners. Most of the hojojitsu ties we still know about feature the box tie shape: arms behind the back, with each elbow bent at a 90 degree ankle inward. In modern shibari style rope bondage, the box tie shape is primarily achieved through a tie called a takate kote, or gote, I abbreviate this to TK.

There are numerous variations of the TK tie, the best of which are the result of talented bondage artists learning from their mentors, and passing on their own enhancements. The TK tie includes a bunch of technical rope in the back and the opportunity for unique third rope patterns in the front. Like an armbinder, it also forces external rotation, providing both a photogenic pose and interesting rope from the front and back. The traditional, Christian, palms pressed together under the chin prayer position makes for a useful and fairly comfortable bondage shape.

I call this same position, but with the hands behind the back, reverse prayer. Clearly more challenging for the model, this position also creates external rotation at the shoulder, pushing the chest up and forward.

A favorite upper body position bdsm rope positions mine, wrists-behind-head, or koutoubu ryo-tekubi in Japanese, this shape is made by tying the hands together in a prayer position in front of the body, and then lifting them over and behind the head, tying them down to wraps around the torso.

Reversing an armbinder, to place the arms in front of the body creates what I call a front armbinder. In Japanese, this is called enchou ude mae te shibari. One of the models elbows is over their head, as in the wrists-behind-the-head tie, and the other is by their side, in a position similar to reverse prayer. Their two hands meet in the middle of their back. These are used either for decorative purposes or suspensions.

Bdsm rope positions of the most comfortable suspension positions are based off a hip harness, of which there are many modern variations. The version I use is called a peach tie. Positions where both legs are tied together are known in Japanese as ryo-ashi, I call them mermaid. This is the most commonly seen lower body tie used when a model is not kneeling, in both mid century Japanese and Western bondage media. Most folks tied to train tracks find themselves in a mermaid position.

In Shibari, the cross-legged position is called agura. I prefer to emphasize strong lines and soft curves, so this position is not one my go to shapes, but it is very useful to create slow burn, challenging positions like ebi. While many floor shapes are great for beginning rope bdsm rope positions and models, there are a of very challenging ties that can be done without a hard point. The damsel tie is not a very complex tie, with the model wrapped in both parallel and crossing ropes, up and down their entire body. Probably the most well known bondage position, particularly in western media.

The hog tie shape is made by tying the models upper body to their lower body, behind their back. Based on an Edo period Japanese interrogation method, the ebi shape folds the model in half, forcing their upper body towards their crossed legs. As with the strappado, the intensity of the tie can be modulated for specific models, but unlike the powerful lines drawn by a strappado, the ebi shape squishes the model into a small space.

Given enough time in this position, positional asphyxia will start to set in and the model will find it hard to breathe. Like all bondage, this shape can be dangerous. Their upper body can be left untied, or tied in any upper body shape.

The most approachable partial, a tk-to-point face up partial happens when the model is attached, via a box tie to the hard point and their legs are pulled up in front of them. This can easily happen with very small models.

A much more challenging face up partial variation is when a strappado is used, rather than a box tie. This like all bondage is dangerous, and requires a great deal of flexibility and aestheticism on the part of the model. I find the strappado shape to be useful here, as it does not require the an extreme back bend or upward torque on the shoulders, and it creates an awesome-looking shape.

Once all the onbody rope is applied, the model is left standing on one leg, with their hands free. There are more challenging kinds of side suspensions, including single point versions. A favorite facedown suspension, called utsubuse tsui in Japanese, of mine is based on a a wrists-behind-the-head tie, combined with a hip harness. This is a dramatic shape that seems to be more comfortable than it may look for some models.

There are a bunch of ways to do an inverted suspension, sakasa tsuri in Japanese, but one of the most common ways I do it, is off from the front of a hip harness. Another dramatic looking shape that many models report as most comfortable than it appears. As a general rule although there are exceptions more uplines from the model to the hardpoint means a more comfortable suspension, as the forces are distributed across multiple places.

Being suspended by a single ankle, arm or leg is generally much more challenging. I've already ed the 75 best photos from and you'll get instant access to those when you up. Once we reach 1, subscribers, I'll start posting every day again. We're at so far. Spread the word and let's get sinning again. Close Menu Home. Armbinder Called Ushirode-gasso shibari, or reverse Buddhist prayer tie, the arm binder is the most common upper body rope bondage shape in the western style, and a very common shape in Japanese rope bondage, second only to the box tie.

Prayer and Reverse Prayer The traditional, Christian, palms pressed together under the chin prayer position makes for a useful and fairly comfortable bondage shape. Wrists-behind-the-Head A favorite upper body position of mine, wrists-behind-head, or koutoubu ryo-tekubi in Japanese, this shape is made by tying the hands together in a prayer position in front of the body, and then lifting them over and behind the head, tying them down to wraps around the torso. Front Armbinder Reversing an armbinder, to place the arms in front of the body creates what I call a front armbinder. Hip Harness Some of the most comfortable suspension positions are based off a hip harness, of which there are many modern variations.

Mermaid Positions where both legs are tied together are known in Japanese as ryo-ashi, I call them mermaid. Agura In Shibari, the cross-legged position is called agura. Hog Tie Probably the most well known bondage position, particularly in western media. Ebi Based on an Edo period Japanese interrogation method, the ebi shape folds the model in half, forcing their upper body towards their crossed legs.

Face Up, TK to Point The most approachable partial, a tk-to-point face up partial happens when the model is attached, via a box bdsm rope positions to the hard point and their legs are pulled up in front of them. Face up, Strappado to Point A much more challenging face up partial variation is when a strappado is used, rather than a box tie.

Facedown A favorite facedown suspension, called bdsm rope positions tsui in Japanese, of mine is based on a a wrists-behind-the-head tie, combined with a hip harness. Inversion There are a bunch of ways to do bdsm rope positions inverted suspension, sakasa tsuri in Japanese, but one of the most common ways I do it, is off from the front of a hip harness. Single Leg or Arm As a general rule although there are exceptions more uplines from the model to the hardpoint means a more comfortable suspension, as the forces are distributed across multiple places.

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