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In this writing we will examine the different kinds of postures or poses used in typical training scenarios and why we use them. As is usually the case in my posts, this is not meant to be fully comprehensive or definitive, but to provide some clarity and food for thought to aid your own exploration.

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A posture is, essentially, the act or state of holding the body in a position in space. This includes holding the body in a certain way, such as in sitting or standing, and the positional relationship of limbs, carriage, and frame.

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Everyday postures include those used in prayer or meditation, military postures such as holding a salute or standing at attention, elements of forms or katas in the martial arts, etc. Each of these are meant to guide mind through the use of body awareness, alignment, and relationship to itself and others. Some are used to deliver a message or project an image to the viewer, such as the executive sitting behind a bdsm submissive poses desk, or the shape of the body a good photographer will carefully direct to capture an element of personality.

In BDSM, and most often in power exchange relationships, the use of postures is trained to help develop the habits and conditioning to further the relationship between the Dominant and the submissive or slave. Not unlike how one might use various positional commands when training a puppy, the use of postures reinforces the dynamic through non-verbal positional relationships.

The use of postures is a combination of how those involved relate to non-verbal communication and cues. While many are common and work on a subconscious level across cultures, many are highly subjective due to personal experience, familial and regional cultures, religious association, and other factors. The first rule of thumb to remember is that your use of poses and postures will need to be individualized based on how people experience and relate to the postures. The second rule of thumb is that we need to be realistic and adapt according to our bodily limitations, which may change over time.

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Training is always stronger when combined with multiple elements that involve different senses thus recruiting other areas of the brain. The third rule of thumb is to plan and be aware of the potential impacts of postures and related commands, especially to minimize contradiction, confusion, or distress unless intended.

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Here are some very basic postures which are used in many power exchange relationships and in submission training. Again, these are not definitive, but are a place to consider how you might use them or want to use them. An example of a template might look like this:. Description : Stand with legs hip width apart; head upright; eyes down ; arms at side or behind back.

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Description : on knees; feet together; sitting on heels; legs closed; back straight; hands face down on thighs; head up and attentive; eyes lowered. Description : deep bow — legs folded beneath belly; knees spread; feet together; head down; eyes down; hands on floor outstretched forward past head; i. First go to things that resonates or are already a subconscious act.

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If you are inventing your postures, assume the positions yourself if possible to feel the transitions and ability to hold the body in that position. For more details you can catch me at events teaching this workshop in detail, or to present for your group.

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