A tied rope is physical, emotional and mental dialogue between people, and ones own body, mind and heart. A yurt is an Mongolian round mobile structure built in wood and canvas. Together they fuse tranquillity and a zen-like experience.
I want to bring my 12 feet/10^m2 yurt to offer a tranquil and zen-like space for body therapy. I'm teach and practice the Japanese rope art kinbaku/shibari so that would be my main focus as a session giver. I'm open for other body therapist and rope folks that wish to join. It's best if you also work directly on the floor/futon. The space will be tranquil and zen-like. An oasis outside the wild parties. Soft and warm. And hopefully a part of Federation Heart Glow.
So far its just me, and probably a body therapist friend if she can get a ticket.
The yurt need transportation from Stockholm (or Ängsbacka/Karlstad) and back to Stockholm. And it needs other body therapist, session givers and rope people.
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