Self Suspension Skill Share: All About Uplines

Date(s) - 11/10/2017
10:00 PM - 11:55 PM



Rope is for every body type and self-suspension can build skills for tops, bottoms and everyone in between. Come to GD2 for a skill-share on techniques and tips to help manage the safety and the dual mindset needed to be your own rigger and rope bottom at the same time.

All About Uplines

Let’s dive deep on different mainline materials, experiment with some practice drills to make raising and lowering easier and incorporating hardware like swivels and carabiners.

This skill-share encourages a learning mindset. Everyone has something to share and everyone has something to learn. We will use the Open space principles and Law of mobility to guide our discussions.

Please come into this skill share with some basic self tying competencies. These are some recommended components to have in your muscle memory:
*Single Column tie: Locking Larks Head
*Chest harness Shinju
*Hip Harness Swiss Seat

We also welcome newcomers. If you are interested in tying along, you should have at least basic familiarity with rope.

Basic Rope Handling
*Some Rope Vocabulary basics compiled by the amazing Ebi McKnotty…
*How to tie a Lark’s Head:…
*Half Hitching:…
*Twisted Monk demonstrates how to joining rope:…

This is a space that is welcoming and inclusive of all. If we do not meet this goal, please mention it to GD2 Staff or your host, so that we can do better.

Contact me, WhiskyTangoFoxy if you are interested in being my guest!


Friday, November 10, 2017

10 P.M. -12 A.M

Gather under the main suspension frame in Serenity. Other hardpoints will be available throughout the club for play

Galleria Domain 2 (GD2)
Chicago, Illinois

Open to Members and Their Invited Guests


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