IKS 4th Friday Impact play Class – Ramping, May 27

Indianapolis Kink Society for Social, IKSINDIANAPOLIS — It’s been a little while since I have touched on this topic, so I figured it was a good time to have this discussion again.

One of the most common responses I hear from a new bottom is that they love to watch me play with others, but feel they could never be on the receiving end themselves because they don’t like pain or they think their pain tolerance is too low. Well, guess what? Most people don’t like pain, at least, not in its raw form.

To help combat this rather common response from potential bottoms, I’ve decided that this month I’d like to teach the subject of Ramping.

So what is ramping?

Ramping is essentially the gradual transition from light impact play to heavy impact play, which induces a rise in endorphin levels in the bottom, thus increasing their pain tolerance. It’s really cool stuff. I want to teach you how to exploit the body’s natural chemical response to pain. If you do it right, the Top will feel like a rock star and the bottom will be sent flying!

This class will discuss the following:

– – General Safety (as always)

– – Extending a scene with Ramping – Why – What kind of results you should expect

– – A very non-medical explanation of endorphin’s and Adrenaline and how they work together

– – The importance Rhythm and patterning

– – Avoiding outside noises and getting into the right headspace

– – Crashing and the importance of aftercare

After the discussion, I will provide a demo which breaks down the ramping process so you can see and understand this process in an actual scene. As always, I encourage those of you with some experience to participate along with me. We will have more experienced members present to assist with any questions you might have at any point during or after the discussion.

See you there!

Fetlife event page: https://fetlife.com/events/452593

Date & Time: Friday, May 27, 2016 · 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM  
501 Tavern

501 N College Ave.   @ map

Cost: No cost, but if you drink, tip the bartender!
Dress code: Standard slosh attire.