This harness is best when tied on men because the lack of curves on their chest helps keep the ropes flat.
Start by mastering the basics.
A simple chest harness to jump-start your imagination
This is very similar to the Bikini Harness, except you can use this tie for suspensions because, unlike the Bikini Harness, all the sections are locked
Immobilize your partner's arms and make a beautiful chest harness in the process.
A simple and elegant way to immobilize your partner's hands
Complete the half diamond and get full points!
A decorative and rope-consuming way to finish a diamond chest harness.
A great introductory tie to the chain-loop technique.
Great to attach ropes that are in a T shape
Great to attach ropes that are perpendicular to each other
A basic chest harness that will serve as a canvas for all kinds of decorative endings.
Start with a Gote Shibari and add a third rope in order to tie this decorative ending.
Start with a Gote Shibari, but instead of tying the rope twice around your partner's upper chest, go three times around. This will give you enough horizontal ropes to weave the rope through and create weaved flowers as a decorative twist to the simple chest harness.
We've already gone over how to tie the Star Harness, in this lesson, we will incorporate the immobilization of the arms behind the back.
Hishi means diamond in Japanese. Karada means full body. So basically, this is a full body(torso) diamond harness. The "Hishi" technique is widely used in many different ties. This is its most basic application, and a beautiful one.
This harness is one of my favorites. You start out with placing a slip-knot around your partner's neck. I know this goes against all safety rules, but you will make it safe in no time. It's also different from other ties we have gone over because you do not start by folding the rope in half. All in all, it's a great way to shake things up.