We all know about candles and BDSM. Hot wax on bare flesh gets a lot of juices flowing. So we’d like to invite you to Moon who will introduce you to waxplay and its creative possibilities.
|Theorie + Oefenen||Theory + Practice|
|Beginners en Gevorderden||Beginners and Advanced|
Candles and wax are very versatile and can be used in many different ways.
This waxplay workshop is al about having responsible and creative fun with them.
– basic safety rules
– theory about different sorts of wax and candles
– preparation and clean up tips
– a few tips and tricks on how to use wax during different scenes
– what (not) to buy or use (and yes, I will let you feel why….)
– trying out the above on yourself and/or partner in between the theory. And yes…that might hurt a bit
We’ll address practical issues like safety, preparation and clean-up but there will also be plenty of time to try different candles and techniques for yourself.
Of course I will tell you (almost…) all I know about different sorts of wax and how (not) to use them, before we get hands-on. I’ll share some om my tips and tricks on both creative waxing and how to combine candles with other forms of play.
Please bring a towel and make sure your clothing (and hair) isn’t flammable!
The workshop is suitable for everyone, couples and singles, regardless of experience level or role.
Moon (D_Moon on FL) has been described as a bratty but strict and playful Domina. I like to have fun with my playpartners and do things a bit differently than “da Rules” might define. Communication and safety being the foundation of every scene I engage in.
One of my biggest loves is playing with wax and turn my partners into colorful works of art (mostly abstract, because I am actually a shitty artist). Even as a child I enjoyed playing with colored candles on the dinner table, watching the wax drip down and make streams while I tipped them… I also learned to respect the fire as well as the wax itself back then 😉
Both that knowledge and love stuck with me through the years, so when I first heard about waxplay there was no turning back and my collection of candles grew rapidly. After playing with with them at a few parties, I noticed there was always an audience and people who wanted to try which inspired me to create a workshop and a demo. And so…here we are 🙂