I think this was the first thing we did that was rope related beyond our front door in 2016 and the first time we’d returned to London since the success of the LFRA in 2015.
One of the things that Clover cares very much about is information on rope bottoming. This has led to the creation of The Rope Bottom Guide inspired originally for models and those new to rope to give them some reliable information to help keep them safe when starting out with rope bondage. This has been updated over the last few years and is available in multiple languages.
She’s been asked to teach about rope bondage all over the world and despite really not liking teaching she has taught on rope bottoming around the world and always for free believing so strongly that this fundamental information about bottoming should be shared as far and wide as possible. I’ve always been very proud of her for doing this.
Anatomie studio provided a great venue with an excellent atmosphere for the event. We stayed with the studios organisers Miss Bones and Fred Hatt over night and we thank them for their hospitality and having us to stay again.
Often when we go to do workshops we’re so busy with the event itself that we don’t get time to tie. Happily this time we did some rope for ourselves in the corner of the studio before going home.
We’d like to thank Anatomie studio, Fred Hatt & Miss Bones for inviting us and for their promotion & distribution of Clover’s rope bottom guide & their commitment to rope bottom education as a whole. We were very glad to come.