wax play 101 workshop
Interested in Wax Play but don’t know where to start?
Why not join us for a round table Wax Play Workshop?
If you're new to, or just curious about it - Wax Play is the process of
sensually dripping, pouring, or brushing hot wax onto a partner's bare
skin. Next to a little light spanking, we can’t think of a better way to
test the waters of dom-sub dynamics and heat up your next date night!
Wax Play is a simple process that's amazingly intense, a type of
temperature play that falls under the BDSM umbrella. Wax play is a
popular form of kink play that requires some understanding of the
process and potential risks before the fun can really begin!
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Excellent workshop! The environment is great and the instructors are super informative and relaxed.
"This is a great class - excellent learning environment with informative and relaxed instructors"
About the Wax Play 101 Workshop
The Wax Play 101 workshop will discuss the different types
of wax that are acceptable for wax play, the varying methods of
application to explore, and other sensation techniques to enhance the
wax play experience.
You will also learn appropriate After Care with
various wax removal methods and post wax skin treatment.
Safety considerations will feature prominently in the discussions as
well a thorough understanding of the skin and how heat affects it. We
will also cover emergency burn care so that you know what to do when
things go wrong.
Not only is this sweet-scented paraffin wax candle the perfect way to add a sexy glow to your play space of choice, it also happens to be perfect for partners indulging in a little - or a lot - of hot wax play.
Light it up, then carefully drip and drizzle the warm wax over desired body parts. The Wax Play Candle was specifically formulated to burn at a low temperature (118.4 Fahrenheit/48 Celsius) for everyone's safety and comfort.
Classically tapered, the scented Ouch! Wax Play Candle is approximately 4.7"/12cm long and 1.4"/3.6cm wide.
Available in Chocolate or Rose.
- Skin comfort: 9/10
- Easy to use: 7/10
- Sex Appeal: 9/10
Q: Do I need Proof of Vaccination to attend?
A: Yes - you will need to have proof of 2 vaccinations and 1 government issued ID to attend.
Q: Are the instructors and staff double vaccinated?
A: Yes - all staff and instructors have received both vaccines.
Q: Do I need a partner for this workshop or can I arrive solo?
A: Solos and pairs are both welcome (everyone needs a ticket), we will
have an experienced "wax buddy" for the hands on portion of the workshop
if you come solo.
Q: Will I be getting wax on me?
A: Yes. If you feel comfortable doing so and want to.
Q: What should I wear?
A: Comfortable clothes that you can move around in and also won't mind
getting accidental wax on. Ladies, remember you may be exposing your
back or upper shoulders - if you want to - so please don't wear a
fancy/expensive bra that you don't want to get wax on. ( Feel free to
bring a robe :)
Q: Do I have to have wax poured on me?
A: Nope! You can totally just watch and learn.
Q: Will I be able to pour wax on someone else?
A: Yes, if you want to! We will be providing wax and you can either
bring a partner who would like to have wax dripped on them or drip wax
on our of our presenters.
You have the wax, now get the right skin aftercare!
Treat your skin with some soothing, skin loving oil after any wax play. Not only does it feel great having it rubbed in, these oils hydrate and rejuvenate your skin. And they smell incredible!
1. The basics of wax play and why people enjoy it.
2. The two main types of wax play - poured wax versus candle wax.
3. The three popular types of wax, different types of candles and
4. Safety tips for wax play.