Impact 101 Hosted By Mr. Eagle NYC 2018 Joseph
Wednesday March 28 2018, 7:00pm
Impact play is an SM practice in which one person (the bottom) is struck (usually repeatedly) by another person (the top) for the gratification of either or both parties. Extensive or high-intensity impact play may be considered edge play.
We will go over the various instruments that can be used for impact, safety, aftercare, live demonstrations and class participation wrapping with an open table for questions.
Master Joshua is a sex-positive New York City-based pansexual Pro Dom with over ten years’ experience in the bdsm lifestyle. He is a life-coach and teacher for people from all walks of life seeking personal development and alternative ways to feel better about themselves.
Master Joshua takes his responsibility as a Dominant is the D/s power exchange very seriously, believing that any submissive must feel secure, safe, and confident to gain the maximum benefit from the bdsm experience. While treating submissives with the utmost respect and consideration, he enjoys taking them on an intense journey that can be felt mentally, emotionally, physically, and sexually – conveying them to a place of fulfilling enlightenment beneath his hand. Through skillful control a submissive feels arousal and anticipation beforehand, a sense of excitement and pleasure during the encounter, followed by a wave of deep connection to their Dominant afterward, The submissive enters a different altered state of consciousness known as sub-space—a pleasurable and timeless, almost floating feeling. Aftercare provides reassurance, leaving the submissive with a stronger sense of self-empowerment and authenticity.
In the hands of a teacher like Master Joshua bdsm can be a therapeutic experience that helps people deal with deep emotional issues they may be facing. In an authoritative Psychology Today article, sex therapist Dr. Michael Aaron explains that “BDSM may serve as both a healing and harm reduction approach to trauma and emotional pain.” Aaron reports that BDSM is not pathological, but it “can also be used in a therapeutic sense, both in trauma healing and for some, as a harm reduction approach.”
Master Joshua also contributes to growing and maintaining a strong sense of community within the bdsm scene/lifestyle. He co-hosts parties that help people learn more about the bdsm/kink community. He creates a welcoming and intimate venue for those wanting to explore their personal desires safely and honestly face their vulnerabilities.