M0co and Beemo


Moco (he/him) and Beemo (she/her) hail from Baltimore’s booming rope community. Having found one another in late 2010, when Japanese-inspired rope bondage was a desolate wasteland of false facts, this duo has been honing their skills as rope top and bottom together.

Both Moco and Beemo have a passion for dynamic and challenging rope work as well as the exploring the connection and energy exchange they share. As natural born story-tellers and entertainers (#StoryTimeWithBeemo) they take pride in their performances, from music choice, to props, to just being out and out ridiculous.

When they aren’t performing or teaching, you can see them at The Krakens’ Lair, a monthly play party that’s been going strong for over 5 years. Come check out these old bondage fossils and let ‘em learn ya a thing or two!

Classes and Events

Futomomo variations
Oct 27 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Futomomo variations

Intermediate Level Class. Hands on class
A futomomo (or ‘fat leg’) is a great way to bind the ankle to thigh to limit mobility for playing. During this hands-on class, M0co and Beemo go over various types of futomomos and show how these ties can be incorporated into your everyday play.
Requirements: 3-8 ropes, 26 to 30 ft in length. The class will need to know how to quickly and safely tie a single column tie.

Class Type: Tie-along floorwork
Participation: Pairs or groups

Masterclass: Jazz Tying Transition Suspensions
Oct 27 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Masterclass: Jazz Tying Transition Suspensions

Advanced Students for hands on, auditing all levels

There is limited participation space available in this class.

One of the most difficult parts of learning dynamic transition suspensions is learning to think freely about where and how to manipulate the body. In this masterclass, students will be forced to think outside of the box and not follow a pattern when executing transitions during a suspension. This class will have a limited number of hands on participants.
Requirements: 8-12 ropes of at least 26 ft in length and proper suspension equipment. Tops must know how to tie a secure chest harness, hip, harness, and a safe single column tie. Tops must have a good understanding of upline management and must have done suspensions before in the past. Bottoms must have suspension experience and must be able to communicate effectively and efficiently with their top. Bottoms must have a good understanding of their own body.

Class Type: Tie-along suspension
Participation: Pairs or groups