Lexa Grace

Lexa Grace is a weirdo, switchy, kinktatsic tattoo artist from Austin, Tx who loves all things awkward, silly, messy and gross. Though she is most known for teaching rope these days, that is by no means her only kink! Lexa likes to toe the edge of the extremes on both the top and bottom side, exploring the boundaries of human psychology. Come join this silly sadistic lady for a class or say hello to her in person or on her Instagram @IAmLexaGrace

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Lexa Grace's Workshops

Futomomo’s and Futonono’s: A class on bent leg ties - Lexa Grace

In this class Lexa will teach about bent leg ties, often heard of, by their Japanese name, Futomomo. Whereas, a lot of riggers think a “futomomo” is a set pattern, in reality, it is simply the name of the position the leg is tied in and translates directly to "fat leg" in Japanese. We will discuss what makes a bent leg tie best suited for specific situations, like floor play vs suspension worthy, different body types and all sorts of details in between. We will practice the concepts, possibilities and variations, to build off of and create a ton of different options for play. This class is suitable for all levels. Students should be able to tie a non collapsible single column tie, and have 2-4 hanks of rope and a cutting tool.

Mess Hysteria - Lexa Grace

Sploshing is the kinky art of getting Wet & Messy. This demo-heavy class will reframe the recent explosion of sploshing in kink and mainstream culture to design more dynamic messy scenes. We will explore modern psychological dynamics that may arise, as well as the potential for integrating darker desires. Along the way, expect practical tips for creating safe & consensual environments amid even the filthiest disarray.

Up UP Upline - Lexa Grace

In this class we will start at the beginning and go as deep into the depths as we can together! There are so many choices we can make with our uplines, and this will be all about delving into the why’s. We will begin with traditional upline attachments, like the "y hanger" or epsilon, the side suspension "y hanger", as well as a simple single column and then we will look into other ways you might want to attach to something depending on the situation. We will discuss things like, when and why you might want or need to "collapse" a hanger and look at how doing so affects our rope. You will have the opportunity to explore upline flow and direction, how to make a decision on which way to move your rope and lock off choices (as well as the reasons behind them). Finally, we will go over line management/possibilities for how to get rid of your extra rope as neatly and safely as possible! This class is meant to dig into as many ways and whys as we can! There will be time for questions, practice and discussion! Students should know how to tie a non collapsible single column tie and should have at least 2 lengths of rope with them as well as a cutting tool.