SF: Caning: From Sensual to Sadistic

  • Hosted by Wicked Grounds
  • San Francisco, CA - address sent to ticket holders
  • 76 people on the list

Curious about caning?

Want to learn some basic theories of caning that will help you get more out of both sensual and sadistic BDSM scenes?

Join us for this fun, hands on workshop!

We will cover:

- Hands on exploration of a wide variety of canes

- How to build your cane collection

- Warm up and sensual play

- Intense cathartic play

- Discipline play

- Using rhythm and cadence to build your caning scene

- Building headspace in a scene

And much more!


Miriam Green has been in the public kink scene for over fifteen years in the Austin, Houston and San Francisco scenes. They teach a series of KINK 101 classes on the SF kink community, BDSM negotiations and dating while kinky. They also are the owner of Wicked Grounds, San Francisco's first and only kink cafe & boutique, and offer private kink consulting which may be booked via Mir is an avid sadist who owns far too many canes for their own good.

Demo bottom & voice-of-the-masochist impossiblepain is a switchy sadomasochist who is amused and thrilled by pain.

For the past several years, Mir and impossiblepain have been teaching caning techniques in this class, through house topping with AfterDark Events, at the Society of Janus BDSM Basics Workshop and now via SpankLab. They also offered the caning sampler workshops for Dark Odyssey Surrender 2018 and 2019.


$30 suggested price, $20-$40 sliding scale. Choose the level you can comfortably afford.

If cost is a barrier at any point on the sliding scale, please use the Volunteer List at the bottom of the listing to request a scholarship seat.


In SF, this class will be held at the Folsom Street Community Center, Floor 2 at 1286 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94103, near 9th and Folsom. This event will be held on the second floor for this date, stairs are the only means of ingress and egress, please plan accordingly.

Please do not attend in person if you have any respiratory symptoms whatsoever. Anyone displaying signs of respiratory symptoms may be asked to leave, regardless of vaccination status.

This event is an inclusive, queer, and sex-positive safe space.

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