Ojipan & Good Most Times
May 25, 2019 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Ojipan and GoodMostTimes

Patterns in rope are beautiful and are the main things taught to beginners so they have a benchmark to show progress. But patterns can also be time-consuming and tedious to complete leaving both partners bored and frustrated. In this 90 minute class, you’ll learn some tips and techniques for moving your rope fluidly and efficiently. Walk away with several new methods for practicing your new handling skills. And bottoms, your participation, and feedback are vital!

Format: tie-along

Materials: 1 length of rope, 7-8 meters (20-25 feet). (Loaner rope will be available for those who do not have their own on hand.)

Note: Working with a partner you know is ideal for these exercises. The presenters will do our best to pair those students who attend without a tying partner.

Tops: Ability to tie a stable single- and double-column tie.
Bottoms: Ability to give verbal and non-verbal feedback.
Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Type: Hands-On




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