Yagami Ryu – Sekibaku Shibari in Sofia

Yagami Ryu - Sekibaku Shibari

Yagami Ryu -Sekibaku style is  founded by the Japanese shibari master Ren Yagami. In addition to tying technique and rope skills, emphasis is placed on:

  • the study of the biomechanics of the body;
  • body control capabilities;
  • ways to achieve sexual arousal and pleasure in the tying process;
  • ways of creating associations between the act of tying and its sexual equivalent.

Yagami Ryu Basics:

Yagami Ryu Basics - Koden Shibari

Koden Shibari

This is the first basic Yagami Ryu technique. It consists of Honmosubi on the wrists and two Hojo wraps around the armpits. It is performed with one rope. Optional with the left ower rope - wrap around the neck. Be careful with that!

Yagami Ryu Basics - Kaeshi Nawa Shibari

Kaeshi Nawa Shibari

This is the second basic Yagami Ryu technique. It consists of Honmosubi on the wrists and two reverse wraps over the chest. It is performed with one rope. Kaeshi – change of direction; Nawa – rope; Shibari - tying.

Yagami Ryu Basics - Ippon Shibari

Ippon Shibari

This is the third basic Yagami Ryu technique. The hands are tied behind the back to each other, with the elbow joints "locked". It is performed with one rope. Ippon – one; Shibari - tying.

Yagami Ryu Basics - Waki Zarashi Shibari

Waki Zarashi

This is the fourth basic Yagami Ryu technique. The rope fixes the hands behind the head, bent at the elbows. It is performed with one rope.
Waki - armpits; Zarashi - display.

Yagami Ryu Basics - Kannuki Shibari

Kannuki Shibari

This is the fifth basic Yagami Ryu technique. It consists of Honmosubi on the wrists, three coils above the chest, and two below the chest. It is performed with two ropes.
Kannuki – tightening of two coils to each other; Shibari - tying.