Fetish Fair Fleamarket

Date: 
Friday, February 15, 2013 - 5:00pm - Sunday, February 17, 2013 - 5:00pm
Venue Details: 

One West Exchange Street, Providence , RI 02903

Reserve your room via the NELA web site: https://mmxreservations.com/NELA/reservations/Events.asp

Cost: 

You must register for the Flea to attend these workshops.

Please refer to the Flea's web site for information about registration and fees.

Max will be teaching four workshops at the New England Leather Alliance's signature event - the Winter Fetish Fair Fleamarket.

Giving and Accepting Service

Many kinksters love the idea of service, but struggle to make it work. That's not surprising - giving and accepting service requires a different toolset than sensation-based S/M or power-based D/S.

Service can be deep, quiet and profound - or it can be challenging for the top and the bottom.

This workshop will help tops receive service gracefully and bottoms who wish to offer service.

Max will present several models for service and service relationships, and will provide specific techniques you can use to define and nurture your own service dynamic.

Because there's so much information to cover, the workshop time is dedicated to demos and a formal presentation. There's no need to bring a practice partner, although this material is as valuable to bottoms as it is to tops.

Bondage from the Bottom's Perspective

This workshop introduces a model for categorizing bondage bottoms, and includes demonstrations showing how specific bondage elements impact a bottom physically, mentally and emotionally.

If you are looking for a "beyond technique" bondage workshop, this is for you.

Hearing what's going on in someone's head when they're bound will make you a more capable bottom and a more creative top.

Caning for the Curious: An Introduction

Canes are delicate little things.

They're slender, lightweight, and deceptively simple.

They are also amazingly intense - many people view them as a particularly "heavy" toy.

This workshop helps you deliver a caning scene. We'll discuss types of canes, types of strikes, where to hit, and safety considerations. We'll also discuss the softer skills required to manage your bottom's experience.

When Things Go Wrong: What To Do and What To Learn

Things can go wrong in a scene.

Sometimes it's a small problem. Sometimes it's not. Either way, your level of preparedness can determine whether it's a little bump or a calamity.

This workshop helps prevent and manage bad situations, and discusses rebuilding trust when problems occur.

It's applicable to any type of BDSM play, and both tops and bottoms are encouraged to attend.

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