We were inspired to make this tutorial after the earlier version had around 150,000 views on YouTube and elsewhere. Surprisingly,the largest proportion by population of views were from Japan. After this success, Nina was keen to make sure potential students had the best possible information. The latest YouTube update didn't even have audio instructions so it left a lot to be desired. So we have worked hard to build this new comprehensive tutorial which offers all the advantages of an e-learning environment, some of which I have highlighted below..
This is the extended and far more in-depth tutorial for Nina's hip harness, an extremely stable and versatile suspension tie.It addresses the tendency of the more simple hip harnesses for the frictions to slip causing the leg loops to tighten and provides additional suspension points whilst still maintaining the Japanese aesthetic and structural integrity
This tutorial enhances the free version with:
You get all this for a whole month for only $5 including Nina's personal advice. That wouldn't even cover the hourly rate of a Japanese master (10,00JPY/$85 ph) while you said "Konichiwa" and took off your shoes, never mind unpacking your ropes or getting some tuition!