New clients

 

Hello and welcome!

 

Whether you are an experience player or new to domination sessions, I’m yet again offering sessions to new clients both in London and The North East!

 

DEPOSITS:

You will have to pay a deposit to book your first session with me. No deposits will be reuqired for return visits.

I use PayPal (alternative arrangements can be made if needed – Amazon or cash). The transaction will display on your statement as R2348.

The deposit is £50/1h, £60/90min and £80/2h.

Please do NOT pay until asked to do so.

 

How will it work?

  • Have a look at my website, the services I offer etc.
  • Drop me an email, briefly explaining your interests (I need this to know which room to book but don’t worry if you’re not sure 100% what you want to do, we can discuss that on the day) and what days/times you would like to book your session for
  • Once we have found a mutually agreeable time for your session, I will then ask you to pay the deposit – please do NOT pay anything beforehand! (I don’t use this email address on PayPal)
  • Once I receive the deposit, your session will be confirmed

 

Please make sure to BOOK IN ADVANCE. At least 2-3 days’ notice is appreciated.

 

In an unlikely event I have to cancel your session, you will have an option of a full refund or to reschedule – it’s up to you.

If you can’t make your session and contact me at least 2 days in advance, we can reschedule and transfer your deposit (once only!).

If you don’t show up on the day, you lose your deposit.

 

If you have any questions, please drop me an email!

North East premises and availability

 

It has been quite a while now since I stopped using the old premises and unfortuantely a number of  delays occured since that that were equally outside of my control and frustrating to everyone involved.

I apologies to all those that were used to the old place, its location and the ease of me having my own place to offer sessions from. I wish I had known back in February about all the delays as I would have tried to solve the things differently.

I am sorry for all the unfulfilled fantasies and lack of escapism that followed. I hope we can make up for it in the future.

I wish I could say there will be a quick fix to the situation, but at this stage I am unable to predict when I will have a use of my own premises again. I am looking for something that will be highly suitable in a good location as obviously I would like to settle down for longer without a need for more changes in the future.

 

While I am still on the lookout for my own place for the time being the premises near Chester-le-Street will be the place that I use.

 

So far the use of the premises went very well and smooth as they are mananged by super friendly people so I hope it will all continue equally well.

 

Due to other commitements my availability in the North East is:

  • Monday until 5pm
  • Tuesday* and Friday until 6pm
  • Wednesday and Thursday* until 4pm
  • Premises are not available weekends

*occassionally I will be able to offer Tuesday/Thursday evening sessions. If evenings are your only option feel free to enquire.

 

All availability is subject of course to the venue being available so advance booking is recommended.

 

With the winter approaching please consider that the temperature and the snowfall is often worse where the premises are located than it is in/near Newcastle. The premises are off a main road so unless we experience a very heavy snow it should be all fine but mornings after night snowfall can be tricky so if you worry please keep checking weather forecast.

 

New clients:

Please note that I am unable to offer sessions to new clients in the North East at this stage. No exception.

I am looking for a way to be able to change that, hopefully from next year. Please note, if possible it will involve a non-refundable deposit (payable most likely via a bank transfer) for the first session at all times. I will update my website when I have more information/can offer sessions to new clients.

 

 

North East – bad news and delays

 

Unfortunately there will be delays in me being able to resume offering sessions in North East.

The owner of the new place had a few little job he wanted to do in the place to freshen it up after previous occupants moved out. During those works they discovered some damage to the roof/wall in one of the corners.

The extend of the damage is unknown at this stage so the owner can’t get a quote and move on with the repairs. I have been told that depending on the extend of the damage it is possible that they may not be able to fix the place up straight away. I will possibly be looking for a new place.

I’ve been ressured they will have more definite answer for me within the next couple of weeks. I will update then.

 

Please don’t send me email asking when you can book a session. Obviously, right now I will not be taking any bookings. If I have any other information I will be posting it here.

North East Sessions

 

 

Dear North Easterners and those who travel for a session to North East,

 

I have been looking recently for a bigger place to offer sessions from. It looks like I will be moving much sooner than expected.

Bad news, after my return mid-March I will no longer be able to offer sessions in North East in the old place as I have to fold down and tidy the old place up before my holidays in April.

Good new, I should be getting the keys for the new place in May and will hopefully be up and running shortly after that.

 

I apologise to all of you that has hoped for a session in the next couple of month after my return to North East. I was hoping for a smoother transition later in the year, from the old to the new place, but given that I’m now away and will be going away again in April this is the best I can do.

 

I will keep you updated of any changes.

Road works at Heworth Roundabout

 

If you travel for a session via A184, Heworth Roundabout or A194(M) you may find this useful.

 

Roadworks have started on Heworth Roundabout and are expected to last 6-7months – don’t panic going around is not that tricky!

Currently A184 Felling Bypass near Heworth Roundabout is limited to one lane both directions.

There is no access to Heworth Roundabout from A185 Shields Road (from the North) or from Sunderland Road (from the South).

 

Delays on A184 are significant in rush hours and worth avoiding whenever possible. Outside of rush hours the delays are minimal and should add no more than 5-10min to your journey time.

Below I have made a few suggestions for alternative routes you may find useful.

 

Travelling from Newcastle/Gateshead/West via A184

Although the road works seems significant there is a very easy and quick detour that adds only a few minutes to the journey

Your best bet at this stage is to take Sunderland Road, turn left into Stoneygate Lane and then first left after bridge into Abbotsford Road to rejoin the A184 just before the Heworth Roundabout.

Detour via Leam Lane to A194(M) is not recommended due to the Northbound rush hour traffic on A194(M)

 

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Travelling from the South/A1

Westbound traffic on A184 towards Newcastle is affecting the Northbound traffic on A194(M). You may want to use A19 to travel North whenever possible instead of A1/A194(M).

 

Travelling from the North via Tyne Tunnel

No traffic changes South of the Tunnel.

 

 

 

 

More information about the roadworks here

http://www.gateshead.gov.uk/Parking-roads-and-travel/Heworth-Roundabout.aspx

 

I will update this information when I come back in March.

 

Hope this helps in your travel.

 

Please double check traffic on google maps or similar before setting off and leave early to avoid delays to your session.

Availability in Newcastle

 

As I have posted previously I will be away in London 22nd October till 24th November so will not be available for sessions in Newcastle.

 

Next couple of weeks looks busy as I already have a number of bookings, but I will do my best to fit in anyone who would like a session before I go away.

Advance notice recommended to avoid disappointment!

 

 

 

 

Back and available for sessions!

Hello everyone!

Hope you all had a good Easter (whichever way you chose to celebrate it or not).

 

I have greatly enjoyed my time away and am now fully rested  and buzzing with energy to deal with all the misdemeanours in the most fitting and old fashion manner! And if you have recently behaved well a more sensual or relaxing session might be on offer!

 

As of today I’m now back in Newcastle area available for sessions as normal until 27th Thursday when I will be going away again for the bank holiday weekend.

 

All session strictly require prior appointment. There is no same day appointments for new clients. Regular clients are advised to also contact me in advance to avoid disappointment.

 

 

I look forward to hearing from you,

MissKami

IXU Violet Wand ready for play

While I have been busy in London the IXU Violet Wand has been thoroughly rechecked and IS NOW WAITING AND READY FOR PLAY.

As it is an old (completely rewired) device, it cannot be turned on for long amount of time without shortening its lifetime. Therefore session consisting ONLY of electric play with violet wand will NOT be possible. Play time using this wand is 10-15min followed by 30min break when we can indulge in other type of play.

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Here you can check my previous post about violet wands and their basic use and safety. Violet wands 101

 

SAFETY INORMATION:

Please note I will not, under any circumstances, be using this, or any other, violet wand to brand, burn or cause permanent markings. Please do NOT ask.

 

Just to remind everyone – I will NOT be bringing it to London. I will however be looking to buy (in the next few months) a second violet wand that I will be able to permamently leave in London.

 

 

 

Violet wands 101

 

As promised here is a brief violet wands 101 article explaining how they work without going into too much technical details.

 

Violet wands

Speaking in technical terms a violet wand is a modified Telsa coil-type electrical transformer. In plain words it is an electric apparatus that uses high voltage, low current (low amperage) and high-frequency electricity to provide physical stimulation that can be applied to skin. The electricity is applied in the form of stream of static electrical sparks. It is the low current that makes violet wands a safe choice for electric play in fetish or BDSM setting.

The antique violet wands from early 20th century that are nowadays professionally rewired for fetish play are more correctly referred to as violet rays, however, majority of people still calls them violet wands. I will continue using the term violet wands throughout this post to refer to both.

 

The violet wand apparatus consists of:

  1. a control unit – a box that that has a control dial allowing to increase and decrease output and often a voltage selector allowing wand’s use in America as well as Europe.
  2. a wand – a handheld plastic-encased transformer that supplies the electricity
  3. an electrode – an attachment inserted into the wand that delivers electric spark to the skin

 

The control dial located on the control unit allows for adjustment of output that modulates the sensation from gentle and sensual fizzle or tingle to a painful jolt. Some violet wands allow for a greater range of sensations than others. It is this greatly varying level of sensations and intensity that makes violet wands popular as it caters for a wide variety of tastes – ranging from a very first, gentle and sensual experience to a serious and intense challenge.

Cable joins the control unit with the handheld, about a foot long plastic-encased wand that houses the modified transformer.  On the other end of the wand an electrode of one’s choosing is inserted.

Electrodes come in various shapes. They are what conducts the electricity from the transformer to provide the stimulation to the skin. Each type/shape of electrode allows for different feeling and different type of sensation. Most of the electrodes are hollow glass tubes. It is the properties and shape of the glass tube that modifies and refines the sensation. Generally, the greater the contact surface of the electrode with the skin the milder the sensation.

When connected the electricity passes through gas filled electrode it makes the electrode light up and glow. Most commonly the glass electrodes use inert argon gas and light up purple/violet giving the violet wand its name. Some manufacturers, however, also use different inert gas and make electrodes that light up in different colours, for example orange. It is an aesthetic difference and does not affect the functionality.

The sensation provided by the violet wand can be further modified using different techniques: direct, indirect and reverse violet wand techniques are the three basic techniques that can be used. Direct technique involving direct application of violet wand electrode to the skin is the one used most commonly by majority of players.

 

 

Advice for beginners

Best way to start is a low setting and an electrode with a flat surface like a mushroom to distribute the sensation. If you are nervous this is the best way to reassure yourself that violet wands are not there to give you a dangerous shock but can be so mild and sensuous you can just about feel them.

The violet wand makes a loud buzzing noise when it is connected. It is perfectly normal and nothing to be worried about.

 

Safety note:

Please note that at no point will I be using the violet wand for scarring, branding or with intent to cause any permanent markings. I will also not use it for anything it is not meant to be used or with random attachments you might want to bring with you.

 

What’s new?

I hope you are all enjoying the New Eear and the new opportunities it hopefully brings!

 

I am now back and availble for sessions as normal.

My next trip to London is 23rd-27th January. (I have some limited availability remaining if you are interested in booking a session with me.)

I’m available as normal for sessions in Newcastle area outside of those days.

 

As usual, there is no same day appointments for new clients (especially in Newcastle). Please contact me in advance to book a session.

 

I look forward to hearing from you,

Kami