Frequently Asked Questions
The free trial for a Shibari Study membership is 7 days. On the 8th day, you will be charged your monthly fee of $25 (or other fee applying to the selected Membership Plan). Then, your monthly payments will recur on the same day of every month.
For example, if your first payment is on the 22nd of the month, your auto-renewal will remain on the 22nd for every subsequent billing. If you do not cancel your free trial, you will be charged on the 8th day of your membership and will be able to cancel your payment for the following month. The same applies to semi-annual and annual subscription plans.
The price for a Shibari Study membership is $25 (USD) per month - see our different plans for the semester and annual discounts - this payment will recur monthly on the same day.
To check what day you will be billed on, head to your Profile's "Billing" section.
Unfortunately, coupon codes cannot be redeemed via in-app purchases as these payments are processed by a different system. However, your coupon code should still be redeemable via desktop or mobile browser.
No worries! You can cancel your membership at any time in your profile's "Billing" settings on the website when clicking on "Change Plan". Your credit card will not be charged for the upcoming monthly fee. You can change or cancel your membership anytime.
After canceling your account, you will be able to access Shibari Study until the last day of your billing cycle, and will not receive a refund for the current month. For example,if your billing was on the 22nd of every month, and you chose to cancel your subscription on the 12th, you will have access to Shibari Study through the 21st of the following month.
Between live classes and regular video tutorials, you can expect to see new content on Shibari Study every week. At present, we stream two live classes per week with replays available for a month – you can find the live class schedule here and all our latest tutorial releases here.
We do not have a lot of content dedicated specifically to self-tying or self-suspension at the moment. However, most of our content can be adapted to solo practice.
All harnesses tied on the lower body or arms-free can be self-tied with a few modifications to simplify the back (you can find an example in the self-tied variation of the "Xana Harness"). You can learn all the techniques used for suspensions (solo or partnered) in our "Suspension Lines" series. All of our Beginner Course can be practiced solo, except for the very last section. All of our Floor Play or Suspension classes can be used as inspiration for your solo practice.
Sometimes the video player can get stuck on one language and doesn't switch automatically between languages. Try refreshing the page after selecting the language you want for the captions, and it should work fine!
We are currently working on resolving this issue with our video player.
There is an “Add to favorites” button below the video on the left underneath the video screen for each tutorial. Click this or, alternatively, tap the heart on the app to add a class to your favorites and a new section called “Favorites” will be generated on your Shibari Study home screen for easy access to all your saved classes.
Next to the ‘About’ tab for each tutorial (above the class description), you will see a ‘Comment’ tab – simply click through and join the discussion.
We are very happy to be able to offer offline functionality via the Shibari Study app. The app can be used to download specific classes in order to be able to access them offline at a later stage, making tying anywhere that much easier.
After purchasing your new beautiful set of Shibari ropes, you may want to learn how to take care of them so that they stay pleasant to use for both you and your partner(s). Here you can find a guide to treating your ropes in 6 easy steps and some tips about caring for and maintaining your Anatomie ropes.
The most common thickness for Shibari rope is 6mm and the minimum we would advise to use for suspensions. In some cases, 5mm or even 4mm can be a good choice, for example if using rope for accents (like hair, toes, hands, face, or intricate lacing) if the partner/model is petite or if you are using rope for floor-play only.
Please consult our free General Rope Safety course for an overview. An understanding of these safety aspects is essential before starting your Shibari practice.
Visit our ‘Rope Shop’ page to learn more about our partnership with Anatomie Studio.
Yes, follow the ‘Beginner’ course in the order it is displayed.
As part of our mission to make Shibari more accessible, all our live classes are streamed for free at the time of the events, with replays available for members only unless the class is specified as ‘Free’.
Live class replays are available on the site for 30 days after airing. All available replays can be found here .
If you’re watching the class using a desktop browser, simply, use the chat box.
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