Denver [Thunder in the Mountains]

Thunder in the Mountains, Denver, CO

Thunder in the Mountains is a premiere educational BDSM event in its 20th year of production.

Midori will be presenting 2 classes at this year's event:

Saturday, July 22nd
11:30 AM - 01:00 PM

How to Create Amazing Scenes - Get into Their Heads

Want to create mind-blowing scenes that leave you and your partner in a state of bliss and pleasure?

Do you want to feel confident in knowing what to do next in a scene?

Feeling like you might be missing the mark on full satisfaction with your play?

Come to this class to find out what’s between the lines and under the skin, the anatomy of a truly hot experience. There’s so much more to amazing scenes than just knowing how to use the tools.

Whether you are a seasoned top, experienced bottom, novice to topping or new to bottoming, this class will share with you what you can do before the scene to maximize scene success and increase confidence. Learn about the 5 essential questions the top should ask the bottom. Find out the 5 questions the bottoms should ask the top to prepare for a great scene.

For all levels of experience, orientation, gender, and relationship status. Bring note taking materials and your questions!

Sunday, July 23rd
02:00 PM - 03:30 PM

Rope Bondage: Speed & Flow (a Rope Dojo® Elective )

Increase your speed, flow, confidence & connection in your rope bondage play!

Whether you're an expert or have only taken one rope bondage class, this experience will help to make your rope play more confident, smoother and intuitive.

This class concentrates on a method of essential structured drill set to build your fluid, effective and graceful motion in tying.

Great flow and speed skills add to dynamic scenes with powerful emotional and play potential, increases confidence, allows for more intuitive creative process, and connection with your partner.

Start Date:
Friday, July 21, 2017 - 12:00 to Sunday, July 23, 2017 - 18:00

Start Date: 
Friday, July 21, 2017 - 12:00 to Sunday, July 23, 2017 - 18:00