A private lesson is an important moment of study for who wants to improve his/her technique.
You can do private lessons of any level, from basic to advanced. With a private lesson you can actually take the first steps in shibari, make progresses in your preparation or deepen specific topics. In a private lesson there’s a more personal contact with the teacher, there’s more time to talk, discuss and understand the details which we have no time to talk about during a group course, focusing on the communication through ropes, on the aesthetics and on technical variations.
In a private lesson you can be personally attended and you can understand well every single tie, as well as you can personalize your course of study and the topics discussed.
The advantages of a private lesson:
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An intensive weekend is an experience of study that allows you to take an important step forward in your technique.
For two (or even more) days you’ll have various hours of classes, focusing on some topics depending on your needs and on the advice of the teacher.
The aim is to be able to deepen your learning like in a private lesson but also with the possibility of facing more topics and, above all, understanding better the style of La Quarta Corda.
An intensive weekend is also an immersive experience since in addition to the lessons you can practice privately and revise what you have just learned or you can watch one of the DVDs or the books present in the study or discuss and ask the teacher some questions. The study is actually at the disposal of the students during the breaks between the classes.
It is possible to do an intensive weekend of any level, from the basic to advanced.
It is possible to have lessons for two or more days defining the hours of the lesson depending on the needs of the students. The days of the classes can be fixed also during the week.
La quarta corda offers a clear method where the various techniques, from the basic to the more complicated ones, are explained slowly and precisely, step by step, allowing to understand all the mechanisms which stand behind the outcome of a correct tie.
During a course you not only learn “how” but also “why”, in order to acquire a system which will ensure the safety and the fluidity in the practice of ropes and which will enable us to express ourselves in a personal way and not simply copying someone else’s ties.
The style I teach is the Japanese bondage in the style of La quarta corda, a style inspired to the traditional Japanese bondage and mainly influenced by two important nawashi, Akira Naka and Haruki Yukimura, with which I had the opportunity to have lessons during his journeys to Tokyo.
Technical tradition and innovation melt in an original system, an extremely empathic style where technique, aesthetics and communication go in hand.
La quarta corda’s style is a personal, original and innovative elaboration of traditional kinbaku techniques where tradition and technical development melt in order to create a system of elegant and functional ties.