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Full Circle Kink Bio

Full Circle Kink is a Seattle-based kink education group known for high-quality classes on a wide range of topics. Our classes span the spectrum from beginner topics to deep dives on highly technical subjects. Regardless of the topic, our expert instructors combine deep subject matter expertise with a relentless focus on teaching practical, real-world skills.

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Bondage for Beginners

Interested in adding some bondage to your life but not sure where to start? This fun and accessible introductory class will introduce you to the basics of kink and rope bondage. By the time you’re done you’ll have all the skills you need to safely and confidently start exploring bondage on your own.

This is a bondage class rather than a knots class, so our focus is on teaching a small number of versatile techniques that you can use in all kinds of ways. All the ties in the class are easy to learn and can be used for many different play styles.

The point of bondage is to connect with your partner, so we’ll also cover fundamental kink concepts like consent, safewords, negotiation, and aftercare. To help you put it all together, we’ll have fun demos of the techniques in action, along with suggestions for how to figure out what kind of kink works best for you.

The 38 page color handout includes all the class material as well as additional ties to practice at home.

A person in a white bodysuit kneeling with their hands bound behind their back, inside a blue circle.
Two hands in a white bodysuit tied together with blue rope.
A close-up rear view of a person in a white bodysuit with their hands tied behind their head with blue rope and a green rope leading down their body.
Two wrists tied together but separated by a six inch long bar tie consisting of rope wound around itself.

Bondage for Sex

Sex and bondage are two of our favorite things, and they’re even better together. In this class we’ll show you how to use bondage to create intimacy and make your sex hotter and more connective.

Of course we’ll cover plenty of ties that work well for sex. The futomomo is a classic bondage technique that lets you control and spread your partner’s legs, and the piledriver is an excellent position for penetrative sex. We’ll also look at how to use crotch rope to stimulate your partner’s naughty bits, and learn rope harnesses for strap-on dildos and vibrators.

Beyond specific ties, this class focuses on building fundamental skills. We’ll take a deep look at the versatile spiral wrapping technique and work on rope handling skills that will make all your bondage smoother and better. Throughout the class we’ll talk about how to use touch, pacing, and intention to build intimacy and connection.

The 34 page color handout includes all the class material as well as additional ties to practice at home.

A person in a white bodysuit lying on their back with their ankles tied to their wrists and pulled apart by ropes. They are framed by a blue circle.
A leg in a white bodysuit with blue rope tied around the ankle and making two wide bands that bind the leg into a bent position.
A closeup view of a blue dildo tied onto a person’s crotch using blue rope.
A person in a white bodysuit lying on their back with their legs opened and their wrists tied to their ankles with blue rope.

Bondage for Immobilization

If you fantasize about watching your partner squirm helplessly in your rope, you’ve come to the right place. This class will give you a comprehensive set of techniques for putting your partner exactly where you want them and keeping them there.

Secure bondage is about good technique rather than tightness, so we’ll focus on ties that are secure without being dangerously tight. We’ll start with our favorite ties for securely binding limbs together: the square and parallel lashings. Moving on, we’ll talk about how to use beds and other furniture to immobilize your partner and leave them deliciously helpless.

For times when you don’t have furniture to tie to, the hogtie is a great choice. It’s a physically demanding tie, but we’ll look at options for making it more comfortable—or more challenging, if you prefer that. We’ll also talk about how to adapt it to different body types and physical limitations.

The 38 page color handout includes all the class material as well as additional ties to practice at home.

A person in a white bodysuit lying facedown in a hogtie. Their hands are tied behind their back and their ankles are tied to their wrists.
A closeup of an ankle in a white bodysuit tied to a thigh with a square lashing in blue rope.
A blue rope that goes around a gray pole, over itself, and then under the pole.
A person in a white bodysuit lying facedown in a hogtie position, with their hands tied behind their back and attached to their ankles with blue rope. They are gagged with a green rope tied to their ankles.

Bondage for Pain

Bondage doesn’t have to be comfortable! This class will teach you versatile and safer techniques for hurting your partner with rope and using bondage to enhance any kind of pain play.

Painful bondage should reliably produce the right amount of sensation without causing damage, so we’ve chosen techniques that work with almost any body type and can be adjusted to whatever intensity level you’re looking for. Whether you’re a serious sadomasochist or just want to add some discomfort to your play, you’ll find techniques that work well for your play style.

To help you stay safe, we’ll talk about the anatomy of pain play and how to tell the difference between safe pain and dangerous pain. We’ll also cover some great techniques for processing pain and moving in rope to improve your ability to handle and enjoy challenging ties. And to make sure you have fun, we’ll teach you a versatile set of skills for improving any kind of pain play.

The extensive color handout includes all the class material as well as additional ties to practice at home.

A foot in a white bodysuit with blue rope tied around the ankle and threaded between the toes, framed by a blue circle.
A blue rope tied around a calf in a white bodysuit. The rope spirals up the calf.
A rear view of a person in a white body suit with a tengu harness tied in blue rope. Their arms are bent at the elbow and held out sideways and the rope crosses their back and goes around their waist.
Close-up view of tying a hojo cuff around a limb. The rope has been grayed out where it goes around the limb but is blue where it makes a half hitch around itself.
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